CROCKER CONSTRUCTION TEAM

Hal Crocker - President/CEO
Hal Crocker, President and CEO of Crocker Construction, started his career in the construction business working after school and on weekend for his father's construction business over 40 years ago and with the exception of the years spent attending Tulane University, he has continued there until today. He has performed the role of laborer, heavy equipment operator, draftsman, job superintendent, and project manager before becoming CEO. Founded in 1950 by Morris Crocker, the company focused primarily on multi-residential projects through the 60s and 70s with an occasional commercial or small industrial project. When Hal Crocker reestablished Crocker Construction after his father's retirement in 1986 he changed its focus to commercial and industrial construction with an emphasis on design/build projects. He found this business paradigm to be more rewarding, through the interaction with the client and the design team, participation in the planning process, understanding the needs and goals of the client and seeing each project to a successful completion, fulfilling expectations in quality, function, and value. Mr. Crocker's long and well rounded experience in construction, development and real estate management have provided the leadership and vision to make Crocker Construction Company, Inc. a cornerstone business in the West Tennessee business community.

Mr. Crocker is past President of the Jackson Downtown Development Corporation and remains a board member. He has served on the board of directors for several local organizations including the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce, the Discovery Museum of West Tennessee, Habitat for Humanity, and the Boys and Girls Club of Jackson. Mr. Crocker was the recipient of the Tennessee Preservation Trust Award for the restoration of the New Southern Hotel and received the award again for the restoration of The Neely House in 2007. Hal Crocker is a native of Jackson, TN, grew up attending its public schools and continues to make it his home.

Hal Crocker is also the Owner and President of HCB Corporation, a real estate holding and management company. Properties owned and/or managed by HCB include the New Southern Building, the Historic Neely House (both located in downtown Jackson), and various other commercial properties in Jackson, Tennessee. home. Mr. Crocker continues to focus his work in real estate development in Downtown Jackson.
 
Chris Rice - Project Manager
Chris Rice is a Project Manager and Leader of our Design Build Team. He manages projects from the sale to completion. This includes the conceptual design, contract execution, completion of working design documents, securing sub contracts, material purchasing, construction management, project finals/closeout and warranty period. Projects managed from conception to completion by Chris Rice include:
Love and Truth Church Jackson:
Two projects including a 27,000 sf, 1,500 seat sanctuary & associated spaces, and a Fellowship Hall addition.
New Saint Luke Baptist Church:
A 15,000 sf, 1,200 seat sanctuary & associated spaces
Hillfield Baptist Church:
An addition & remodel of 4,000 sf
East Jackson Church of Christ:
Two projects which included restoration and remodel of a fellowship hall and a new 30,000 sf 950 seat sanctuary, 24 classrooms and office building. Project included insurance negotiation after the original building was destroyed by tornado.
Highland Park Baptist Church:
Four projects including a new 750 seat sanctuary, fellowship hall building, classroom finish out, and tornado insurance negotiation and building repairs.
New Southern Building:
A complex project involving a mixed use, nine story, 80,000 sf facility which was severely damaged in the 2003 tornados. The project included the insurance negotiation, upgrades for code compliance, approval of the National Park Service (the building is on the National Historic Register), and meeting HUD finance requirements.
Other Design Build Projects:
Tec Lab, Butts Foods, Graybar Supply, Madison Lighting, Industrial Rubber, PM Music, City Lumber Company, American Freight Terminal, Baskin Robbins, Subway, Law Offices of T. Verner Smith, Restoration of the Neely House, and Discovery Museum of Tennessee.
 
Josh Allen - Project Manager
Josh Allen is a Project Manager for Crocker Construction. He manages projects from the conceptual phase to the completion of the project. Josh specializes in the construction of industrial buildings, distribution centers, commercial and industrial concrete applications, pre-engineered metal building systems. He has experience with contract execution, completion of working design documents, securing sub contracts, material purchasing, construction management, project finals/closeout and warranty period. Projects Josh has managed for Crocker Construction include:
Milan Express Company, Inc. Distribution Center Expansion
Owner: Milan Express Company, Inc.
Architect: Hilsdon Engineering, Inc.
Contract Amount: $2,565,320.00
Date of Completion: October 3, 2005
Percentage of Work Completed by Own Forces: 55%
City of Jackson Public Works Complex: Division 13 Subcontractor
City of Jackson, TN
Architect: H&M Architects and Engineers
Contract Amount: $950,350.00
Date of Completion: November 30, 2005
Percentage of Work Completed by Own Forces: 100%
New Southern Building Renovation
Owner: HCB Corporation
Architect: TLM Associates
Contract Amount: $6,000,000.00
Date of Completion: December 1, 2005
Percentage of Work Completed by Own Forces: 25%
Gerdau Ameristeel Mega Shredder: Division 3, 4, 5, 8, 13 Subcontractor
Owner: Gerdau Ameristeel
Architect: H&M Architects and Engineers
Contract Amount: $2,267,345.00
Date of Completion: December 15, 2006
Percentage of Work Completed by Own Forces: 100%
Cupples J and J Screw Machine Building Expansion
Owner: Cupples J and J Inc.
Architect: Hilsdon Engineering, Inc.
Contract Amount: $325,700.00
Date of Completion: December 27, 2006
Percentage of Work Completed by Own Forces: 65%
 
Kenneth Ables - Project Design Coordinator
Ken develops design schematics, project scope, and construction documents by bringing clients, design consultants and construction project manager together within the design team. He assists in the formation of design documents by working with consultants and engineers. Ken is responsible for conveying project requirements and the necessary design criteria to all consultants involved. He also assists in developing project cost estimates. Recent projects Ken has worked on:
BlueScope Building
15,400 sf Office Addition in Jackson, TN
J&J Cupples Co.
5,000 sf Machine Shop Expansion in Jackson, TN and Dyersburg, TN
Hillfield Baptist Church
2,200 sf Sanctuary Expansion & 3,200 sf Facility Renovation in Bolivar, TN
Truth Church
27,500 sf New Worship Center in Jackson, TN
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