Specialties

  • Business Development

Austin Anderson, CMIT

Business Development Manager South Texas Region

Joined AG|CM in 2013.

Austin began working for AG|CM as an intern in the Construction Management Department in 2010 where he learned to read construction documents and started getting involved in the AEC industry. Over the next few years, Austin learned about the design and construction process, and in August 2013 he was offered a full-time position as Assistant Construction Manager.

He later worked for the Port of Corpus Christi on a $24M expansion on the Nueces River Rail Yard Project, specifically focusing on managing construction of a new 6-track (24,800 LF) interchange yard and operating railyard totaling 60,000 track feet of new rail, as well as the construction of a new oil dock servicing the Mossi Ghisolfi PTA/PET plant.

Austin worked on the 2013 & 2016 Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Bond Programs. He also previously worked with Manor ISD on the 2014 Bond Program, working on a new Elementary School (CSP contract), a new Middle School (CSP contract), and a new Senior High School under a CMAR contract. Austin also assisted with the construction management on the Island Retreat Condominiums and Mustang Towers. He focused on reviewing pay apps, reviewing Xactimate, estimating insurance claims, daily logs of construction activities and manpower.

Austin is now the Business Development Manager for the South Texas Region. His responsibilities include seeking business opportunities in the South Texas area, managing the development of marketing materials, and implementing AG|CM’s business development strategy. He identifies and develops relationships with potential clients and teaming partners and relies on his experience and creativity to plan and accomplish goals. Furthermore, he assists the Regional Vice President in providing any needed resources and/or support to field personnel. He is certified in Construction Quality Management for Contractors (CQM-C) through the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).