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Ronnie Brindley

Ronnie earned a Bachelor of Science/Business Administration degree from Auburn University and has more than 30 years of professional experience in general construction. Before assuming responsibility for the overall management and operations at Brindley Construction, he served in various areas on the business side of the corporation. Ronnie’s primary commitment is to direct the company’s management and professional staff in providing complete and comprehensive services to ensure every client’s design needs are met, within their budget and their timeframe. His continued goal is to establish Brindley Construction as a responsible, growing firm, respected in the community and AEC field. He is active in the community and is a member of the Industrial Development Board, and was a former president of the Pulaski Exchange Club and the Giles County Chamber of Commerce.

Recent Posts

Sutton Pharmacy Brings Family Values To Pulaski

on Jan 30, 2023 6:34:05 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | New Construction
The new “forever home” of Sutton Family Pharmacy was recently completed in Pulaski, Tennessee. The Brindley Construction team is thrilled to bring the Suttons’ business dreams to life! Sutton Family Pharmacy, a project that has been a longtime dream of owners Jennie and Kelby Sutton, is now complete! What started as a romance in the Columbia State chemistry lab, the Suttons have built a family and a successful business in Pulaski, Tennessee. The Brindley Construction team was thrilled to help the Suttons bring their business dreams to life!
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Annual Christmas Party Honors Employees’ Service

on Jan 30, 2023 6:29:57 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments |
Charlie Helton was selected as Employee of the Year for Brindley Construction. We celebrated several service anniversaries at this year’s annual Christmas party, including 15-year service anniversaries for Brindley & Associates’ Sherry Barr and Willie Angel. Hope Branch also celebrated her five-year service anniversary. Jacob Thompson was awarded Employee of the Year for Brindley & Associates.
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Tri-Green Equipment Opens In Columbia, Tennessee

on Jan 30, 2023 6:17:16 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 1 Comment | New Construction
Tri-Green Equipment’s new 30,000-square-foot Columbia location will help better serve their clients throughout Alabama and Tennessee. Tri-Green Equipment located at 271 Theta Pike in Columbia, Tennessee, is now open for business! The new 30,000-square-foot sales and service building joins dozens of other Tri-Green locations in Alabama and Tennessee.
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Two Projects Honored With ABC National Awards

on Sep 10, 2022 1:26:42 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | ABC Award
Stephanie Schmidt, ABC National Chair of the Board of Directors, presents Jeff Brindley with the Pyramid Award for National Excellence in Construction for the Legends Restaurant project. Two Brindley Construction projects were honored at the 32nd Annual Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) Excellence in Construction Awards ceremony held at the 2022 ABC National Convention in San Antonio, Texas.
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Dunkin’ Grand Opening Brings Crowds To Pulaski

on Sep 10, 2022 1:19:54 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | New Construction
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by members of the Brindley Construction team, the franchisee group Route 65 LLC, and Cuppy, the Dunkin’ mascot. Dunkin’ has come to Pulaski! Brindley Construction has completed Dunkin’s newest Next Generation restaurant located at 1121 West College Street. A grand opening celebration was held on Saturday, June 4th.
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College Not Required for Great Construction Careers

on Jun 25, 2022 3:03:00 AM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Brindley Team
It comes as no shock to the average person that a ripple effect of recent technological advances and the growth of the internet economy has been a tectonic shift in the labor force. The number of jobs that require sitting behind a desk in a cubicle—or anywhere a computer might be—has risen dramatically over the past 20 years. This shift has transformed our educational system into one that funnels students towards a different set of opportunities. While some of those opportunities offer new and exciting prospects for our economy, the trend has accelerated at the cost of marginalizing vocational and skills-based training—especially in the construction trades. You Can’t Get Everything on Amazon In truth, you can’t buy everything on Amazon. Fundamental aspects of our lives have not changed. We still need homes to live in, new schools and commercial buildings, state-of-the-art hospitals, and improved roads and bridges. Right now, we especially need trained people who know how to construct and renovate these critically important assets in our built environment. What has changed in recent years? Our view of education and job prospects—which pushes the idea that every graduating high schooler should enter a four-year college program. Unfortunately, too many students leave university to find themselves forced to work in low-wage jobs and burdened with excessive college loan debt.
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Project Delivery Systems… Which One is Best for You?

on Feb 11, 2022 7:30:00 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Design-Build
Under the design-build delivery method, construction can begin earlier, with fewer issues because they were addressed earlier during the pre-construction phase where we develop the budget and the schedule. The construction industry is no different than other industries when it comes to having its own set of terms and phrases that sometimes aren’t as obvious to people who don’t work within the industry. Naturally, when we talk about “construction delivery systems,” there can be a lot of confusion. Most people don’t know that there is more than one way to manage a construction project as well as the contractual relationship between the parties. The Project Delivery Institute defines a construction project delivery system as “the structure of the relationships of the parties, the roles and responsibilities of the parties, and the general sequence of activities required to deliver the project.” In the most basic terms, it defines how the parties are related to each other contractually throughout the progress of the project. These “parties” are typically the owner, design team (architects, engineers), and general contractor. It may seem as though the relationships are easy to define, but many projects require these relationships to be adapted or changed to meet the project’s objectives.
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Value Engineering: What Is It and How Can It Benefit You and Your Next Project?

on Oct 18, 2021 6:45:00 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Brindley Team
There is a lot of talk about value engineering. But what exactly is it? And how does it work in your best interests as a buyer of construction services? By definition, value engineering was born at General Electric during World War II. Shortages of skilled labor, raw materials, and parts forced G.E.’s Lawrence Miles—the father of what he termed “value analysis”—to look for acceptable substitutes. Miles and his team noticed that these substitutions often reduced costs, improved the product, or both.
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Wolf Gap Education Center Completed

on Jun 16, 2021 4:15:32 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Wolf Gap
Wolf Gap Education Outreach shares one-of-a-kind learning opportunities to foster a creative community. Their Pulaski, Tennessee campus is a valued community resource, providing memorable experiences in a unique natural setting. Their new Education Center joins two historic log cabins on a lovely 50-acre campus.
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2020 Employees of the Year

on Jun 16, 2021 4:11:19 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Brindley Team
Each year, Employee of the Year recipients are chosen by a vote by their fellow employees. These employees demonstrate the company mission and are held in the highest esteem by their co-workers. It is with much excitement and pleasure that we name Jenny Hobbs the 2020 Employee of the Year!
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