Math has always come easy for Andy — his instant recall of every iteration of the bid process makes him the go-to guy on bid day. A New York native, he started framing apartments in Houston when Celanese transferred his dad to the Baytown plant. Coincidentally, Andy’s first industrial project was for Celanese (after his dad retired) and, although heavily involved in all of Brookstone’s markets, he continues to satisfy the needs of industrial plants near the Houston Ship Channel.
In the 1970s construction boom, Andy gained extensive experience in commercial projects and cultivated his comprehensive understanding of how to plan and sequence construction. Today, he continues to thrive on the challenges of tough projects. Clients appreciate not only his vast experience, but also his responsiveness, creativity and solution-oriented approach.
Andy serves on the Advisory Council of Aldine Independent School District’s Career and Technical Education program, helping high school students prepare for the workplace.