Announcements

Hindt Promoted to Project Manager |

I am pleased to announce the promotion of Matt Hindt to Project Manager.  Matt will be leading our project team on our newly acquired Harvey Parkway project in Kinston, North Carolina. Matt joined Branch in the fall of 2014 as a Project Engineer.  Since joining Branch, Matt has held support and lead management roles on… Read more »

Senior Estimator Joins Team |

Please join me in welcoming Trey Woody, Senior Estimator, to the Branch Civil family. Trey brings with him over 25 years of estimating and project management experience in the heavy highway, industrial, commercial, and residential industries. He earned his B.S. in Building Construction from Virginia Tech. Trey’s extensive operational and estimating experience will be a… Read more »

Cuthrell Takes on New Role |

Del Baker, Director of Operations-East Region announced an exciting change for Branch Civil. Effective immediately, Project Manager Lewis Cuthrell will be transitioning to the role of Senior Project Manager. Lewis has proven himself as a leader and a key performer in our organization. For the last year, he has been working side by side with… Read more »

Vice President of Design-Build/Major Projects Announced |

Jason Hoyle VP of Design-Build/Major Projects

I am very pleased to announce the promotion of Jason Hoyle to Vice President of Design-Build/Major Projects, effective March 1st. Jason has shown his ability to transform our design-build program for the better and we are very pleased to have him leading that department.

The Branch Group Inc., consolidates two subsidiaries into Branch Civil Inc. |

Civil subsidiaries, Branch Highways, Inc., and E.V. Williams, Inc., consolidate as Branch Civil, Inc. A CONSOLIDATION THAT SUPPORTS LONG-RANGE STRATEGIC GROWTH On December 14th, 2016, J. William Karbach, CEO of The Branch Group, Inc., announced the consolidation of its civil subsidiaries, Branch Highways, Inc., and E.V. Williams, Inc. The newly consolidated company will be named Branch Civil,… Read more »