- Construction Management Electrical Quality Assurance
Joined AG|CM in 2017.
Mr. Nuche’s diverse background includes both construction and customer service experience, along with an educational background in Business Administration. Mr. Nuche began his construction career in 2007, working as an electrician in Bryan, TX on projects including residential housing, hospitals, a four story medical office building, and the Olsen Field at Blue Bell park baseball stadium renovation in College Station. His experience in electrical includes work on both commercial and residential projects, eventually working his way up to crew leader, where he lead projects ranging from Habitat for Humanity housing to large custom homes. He is certified in Construction Quality Management for Contractors (CQM-C) through the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
John left the electrical field in 2014 to branch off into retail work, working his way to a management position where he oversaw the lumber/building materials department at Lowe’s. After graduating from Sam Houston State University in December of 2015 with a BS degree in Business Management and Finance, he began working as a Project Manager and Drafter for Jifco Inc. Pipe Fabricators in Kosse, TX in January 2016. There he managed and drafted steel pipe water transportation systems for utility companies and sewage treatment facilities. While managing several small-to-large size projects as a junior project manager, John was able to quickly hone his skills in communication, time management, and project management to become an effective project manager.
John left Jifco in April of 2017 to pursue a career in construction management. His diverse background in residential, commercial construction, customer service, and business/finance management makes him a valuable asset to AG|CM.
As Construction Manager (CM), Mr. Nuche is currently working at San Jac Community College conducting project coordination and documentation, observation of field execution, and management of project controls.