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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

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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Honoring the Late Robert Brindley, Sr.

on Jun 16, 2021 3:54:37 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | 60th Anniversary
As we neared the end of our 60th Anniversary festivities, we thought of no better way to commemorate our six decades of service than to honor the late Robert Brindley, Sr. with a plaque that is located at the front of the office.
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Although Covid Threw Us A Curve Ball, Brindley Is Excited For The Future

on Dec 4, 2020 12:41:00 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Brindley Team 60th Anniversary
Everyone’s lives have changed this year due to COVID. However, here at Brindley Construction, we have had some exciting changes we are excited to share with you!
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Simple Beginnings

on Nov 27, 2020 11:17:00 AM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Brindley Team 60th Anniversary
A loan of $10,000.00 and a small frame home marked the beginning of a 60-year success story evolving into a multifaceted corporation operating throughout the Southeast. Brindley Construction Company was founded in 1960 by my father, Robert Brindley. Over the past 60 years, dedication to quality construction and industrial development, coupled with a foundation built on only the best people, have made Brindley Construction what it is today. As we had planned to celebrate our 60th Anniversary this year, we had big plans...
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Q&A With Lauren Reed, Brindley Construction’s New Marketing Director

on Oct 14, 2020 9:30:44 AM By | Ronnie Brindley | 6 Comments | Brindley Team
We sat down recently with Brindley Construction's new Marketing Director, Lauren Reed, and asked her to tell us about her experience during the first couple of weeks in her new role. Can you tell us a little bit about your education and prior work experience? I am an alumni from Martin Methodist College where I received a B.A in Business Administration and was part of the Student Activities Organization. I started out my career as a Purchasing Intern for Magneti Marelli where I worked my way up to Commodity Buyer and had the opportunity to work with Brindley and other local businesses here in Pulaski. In 2019 I worked for Pulte Homes in Franklin as a Procurement Agent, where I worked with the contractors and the construction crew in the field. The hustle and bustle of the construction industry keeps me on my feet and is an exciting industry to work in!
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Best Made Plans

on Sep 1, 2020 1:26:00 PM By | Ronnie Brindley | 2 Comments | Brindley Team
This year’s plans were big. Really big. For starters, Brindley Construction is celebrating our 60th Anniversary of delivering commercial construction projects to customers throughout the Southeast. We had planned a big party and some local activities in the community to help celebrate our six decades of service. We also completed a project for Clayton Cavalier Homes in Addison, Alabama that won regional awards in both Tennessee and North Alabama and was ultimately recognized at the national level with the coveted Associated Builders and Contractors Eagle Award for Excellence in Construction. We had also planned our annual company outings and activities, something we really enjoy doing with our talented and dedicated team of employees. And then COVID-19 showed up and everything changed.
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College Not Required for Great Construction Careers

on Feb 9, 2019 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? Basically, 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 the university to find themselves forced to work in low-wage jobs and burdened with excessive college loan debt.
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Design-Build Construction: Because Your Budget and Schedule Matter

on Jul 18, 2018 10:12:00 AM By | Ronnie Brindley | 0 Comments | Design-Build
What business wouldn’t choose a building process that offers opportunities to save money, to reduce construction time, to allow customization, to optimize quality, and to streamline the entire experience? No hands raised in the audience? That comes as no surprise to all of us at Brindley Construction. We’ve worked with hundreds of clients since 1960, and those are key advantages that every one of our clients has valued. Today, we’re pleased to be regarded as an expert in a process loaded with many intrinsic benefits. Known as “Design-Build,” its cost efficiency, time savings, and collaborative nature have made it popular among clients for everything from commercial and municipal buildings to sports facilities, churches, manufacturing plants, medical facilities, and more.
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