New Industrial Division vice president supports national build-to-suit demand
DALLAS (October 8, 2021) – Anthony Bollinger joins Arch-Con’s Industrial Division as vice president to better serve our clients throughout the United States. With more than 25 years in the construction industry, Bollinger has expertise working with clients in a variety of geographic locations. Whether it is finding land, estimating or building and completing projects, he understands the lifecycle of a project in numerous locations.
“I’m happy to join Arch-Con to advance the company’s geographic flexibility,” Bollinger said. “I enjoy being nimble for the client and helping diversify Arch-Con’s portfolio.”
Bollinger is well versed in finding the right local design and construction teams and is skillful in pricing projects, recently speaking at the national Advancing Preconstruction conference about forecasting, lead times and construction pricing.
“He is not only a whiz at estimating, he understands the different tax rates and construction costs throughout various parts of the country,” Arch-Con President Jason Cooper said about Bollinger. “We separate ourselves from other general contractors with our ability to provide accurate, preliminary pricing for our clients and with Anthony’s added expertise, he’s making us all better at it.”
Bollinger is currently pricing a number of build-to-suits in Arizona, Alabama, Illinois, North Dakota, throughout Texas and anticipates the pricing of projects in California, Florida, Mississippi, Idaho and Montana.
Arch-Con’s Industrial Division currently has 4.2 million square feet of projects under construction including a 1.5 million-square-foot distribution warehouse for Floor & Décor, a 657,000-square-foot distribution center for Home Depot and a 218,400-square-foot build-to-suit for Elliott Electric developed by Hines. Geographically, Arch-Con has completed industrial projects throughout the state of Texas and California. Click here to learn about our Industrial Division.
Bollinger offices out of Arch-Con’s Dallas office and holds a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Northridge and a master’s degree from Concordia University Texas.