Hedrick Brothers Construction
Brian Vanderburgh is an experienced construction executive who has developed properties across Las Vegas, Chicago, and West Palm Beach. Formerly a project manager for the Encore & Wynn Resorts in Las Vegas, Brian Vanderburgh now serves as a senior project manager at Hedrick Brothers Construction.
A property development and construction firm, Hedrick Brothers Construction was founded in 1979 in West Palm Beach, Florida. The firm provides comprehensive services that range from pre-construction and general contracting to management and design-build services that are backed by a commitment to quality and customer service.
Hedrick Brothers’ organizational culture provides the foundation for this high-quality work to occur. The firm has established a culture rooted in three core principles:
1) People – The company focuses on effective leadership that fosters trust and creativity. Open communication and personal and professional development is also emphasized as a means to empower employees.
2) Passion – A culture of passion for the work that is carried out is a tradition of excellence that manifests itself through experienced and high-quality professionals who take pride in the projects they undertake.
3) Performance – Company employees have a commitment to excellence and seek to simplify life for customers. The firm actively seeks to improve efficiency, maintain high levels of performance, and minimize waste.
ACE Mentor Program
Over the span of his career, Brian Vanderburgh has managed commercial building contracts valued at more than $6 billion. His expertise includes governmental code and regulation evaluation, structural and infrastructure oversight, owner and developer advisement, and in-depth project analysis. Having served as supervisor for multiple construction projects in Las Vegas, Nevada, Brian Vanderburgh is now vice president of hospitality and preconstruction for Hedrick Brothers Construction.
Committed to community involvement and corporate philanthropy, Hedrick Brothers Construction supports professional and charitable organizations through monetary contributions and materials, time, and talent. Hedrick Brothers Construction is a sponsor of Southern Florida’s ACE Mentor Program at Delray Beach’s Atlantic High School.
The ACE Mentor Program is comprised of professionals from local building industry firms and high school and university educators with expertise in the fields of architecture, construction, and engineering. Mentors share their knowledge and experience with juniors and seniors in high school, and provide them opportunities to visit construction sites, tour the workplaces of industry professionals, and conduct research on and interact with suppliers.
Hedrick Brothers Construction
Brian Vanderburgh is vice president of hospitality and preconstruction of West Palm Beach, Florida-based Hedrick Brothers Construction, a design-build and general contracting firm. Skilled in leading all phases of construction thanks to completing multiple projects in Las Vegas, Brian Vanderburgh introduces clients of Hedrick Brothers Construction to Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), a novel technological tool that saves time, expense, and problems throughout the entire building process.
VDC brings a unique perspective to each client’s building project by providing a simulated virtual model of the completed structure prior to its construction in reality. The virtual schemes and information models provided by VDC assist owners in making critical decisions regarding their project’s final design early in the building process, rather than after the project has been completed.
The goal of VDC is to identify, analyze, and avert potential problems that may occur during the building process, through the use of virtual modeling and analysis that simulates each element of a project’s design and construction. VDC also promotes information exchange and communication among all stakeholders and project team members throughout each part of the project, helping increase the efficiency of project delivery and potentially reducing costs.
Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce
A construction-industry executive with experience working for companies in Chicago, New York, and Las Vegas, Brian Vanderburgh now serves as vice president of hospitality and preconstruction at Hedrick Brothers Construction in West Palm Beach, Florida. He previously engaged as area project manager for Las Vegas’ Wynn Design & Development. Alongside his day-to-day professional activities, Brian Vanderburgh stays involved in the local business community through membership in the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce.
As part of its efforts to help boost the local economy, the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce offers a variety of programs and activities for area business owners and professionals. Membership in the organization comes with a number of benefits, including access to online marketing programs and in-person events such as monthly breakfast meetings.
Held at The Breakers Palm Beach, the chamber’s monthly breakfast meetings give members the chance to learn about issues and opportunities in the local business community. The events also help attendees improve their understanding of topics relevant to their work. In addition, the meetings, which bring together over 500 people each month, offer attendees plenty of opportunities to build relationships with other business leaders.
Along with monthly business meetings, members of the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce are invited to after-hours networking events throughout the year. Other benefits of joining the chamber include a subscription to a monthly newsletter and access to discounts at local stores. For more information about the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, visit www.palmbeachchamber.com.
Seminole Golf Club
A construction and property development executive with Hedrick Brothers Construction in Florida, Brian Vanderburgh previously served Las Vegas-based companies such as Wynn Design & Development, Perini Building Company, and Marnell Corrao and Associates. His work in Las Vegas included managing projects at the Paris Hotel & Casino, Encore & Wynn Resorts, and the Treasure Island & Bellagio Resort and Casino. Now based in West Palm Beach, Florida, Brian Vanderburgh enjoys spending his free time playing golf.
A warm destination boasting over 245 sunny days each year, Florida is a prime spot for those who like to spend the day out on the golf course. Golfers who visit the Sunshine State can choose from more than 1,250 golf courses–more than any other state in the country. They include several well-known courses designed by greats such as Greg Norman, Rees Jones, and Jack Nicklaus.
One of Florida’s highest-rated courses is Seminole Golf Club, a Juno Beach landmark since the 1920s. Other top picks throughout the state include Streamsong Resort, Palm Beach Gardens, and the Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass.
Designed by Pete Dye, the Stadium Course was built in 1982 to host the Players Championship. The course continues to host the annual PGA event while remaining accessible to golfers outside of the professional circuit. Featuring one of the most recognized holes in all of golf, the Stadium Course consistently ranks among the top courses in the United States.
Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce
With several years of management experience on numerous construction projects in the Las Vegas, Nevada, area, Brian Vanderburgh’s work included serving as area project manager for Wynn Design & Development in Las Vegas. He currently is vice president of hospitality and preconstruction for Hedrick Brothers Construction in West Palm Beach, Florida. As part of his community involvement, Brian Vanderburgh belongs to the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Established more than a century ago as one of the country’s premier tourist destinations, the city of Palm Beach offers citizens and guests from across the globe boutiques, restaurants, hotels, and retail stores. To join, businesses or individuals pay a membership fee, based upon the industry. Membership benefits include:
* Access to monthly breakfasts at The Breakers Palm Beach and after-hours networking events throughout the year.
* Sponsorship opportunities enabling them to distribute materials or sponsor a table at the breakfasts.
* Listing on the Palm Beach Chamber website and in the Palm Beach Guide annual guide book that each Palm Beach household and waterfront residence receives.
* Discounts at local businesses, including Brooks Brothers, Shiny Sheet, and Florida Weekly.
A graduate of Utica College of Syracuse University, Brian Vanderburgh serves as vice president of hospitality and preconstruction with Hedrick Brothers Construction in West Palm Beach, Florida. The projects Brian Vanderburgh has spearheaded include the 3 million-square-foot Treasure Island & Bellagio Resort and Casino as well as the 653,000-square-foot Encore & Wynn Resorts in Las Vegas. To help him remain up-to-date with his industry, Brian Vanderburgh belongs to NAIOP.
Established in 1967, NAIOP began as the National Association of Industrial Parks (NAIP) and later became the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP). Today the organization no longer holds an affiliation with its acronym, but serves as a leading commercial real estate industry provider.
The NAIOP annual conference is scheduled for October 15-17, 2018, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC. Entitled CRE.Converge, the three-day event includes speakers, courses, and committee meetings. Geared as a premier industry event, this convention connects about 1,400 owners, developers, investors, and brokers.