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Hardaway Promotes Staff and Welcomes New Team Members

April 8, 2016




Shaun Dickert, MBC, LEED AP, has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. Shaun has ten years of service with Hardaway, serving most recently as a Project Manager and has successfully completed multiple projects on Vanderbilt University’s campus such as the $25M LEED™ Gold Certified Commons Center Dining Hall and the LEED™ Gold Certified $11.3M Historic Restoration of Alumni Hall. He is currently working on the $35M Eastside Heights Mixed-use project located in East Nashville.






Scott Wilson, a long-tenured employee has been promoted to Project Superintendent. Over his thirty-two years with Hardaway, Scott has been promoted several times, and most recently served as Assistant Project Superintendent. Scott has a strong work history from his involvement on several projects for Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Convention Center, Hilton Garden Inn – Clarksville, Grace Manor Assisted Living Facility, Needmore Place and Concord Gardens Apartments, and is currently leading construction on the $12.5M Solo East Condominiums in East Nashville.





A Tennessee native, Robert Rish comes to Hardaway providing many years of construction experience traveling throughout the Central United States leading various construction projects. Robert has successfully led projects over his thirty-three year career such as the $87M Riverwalk Outlet Mall in New Orleans, LA and the $43M LEED™ Platinum certified MSU Federal Credit Union Corporate Headquarters located in East Lansing, MI. Robert has been hired as the Superintendent to lead field operations for The Tennessee Baptist Convention’s Church Support Center scheduled to begin this month.




Jack Cecil joins Hardaway with over thirty years of experience in the construction industry, with an emphasis in heavy industrial, manufacturing, and institutional buildings.  Jack recently relocated from Virginia and is currently leading field operations as Superintendent for the American Snuff Facility Upgrades project located in Clarksville, Tennessee.







Stanton Zackery joins Hardaway with eleven years of experience and is currently working on the Goodlettsville Middle School Replacement project as Assistant Superintendent. Recently, Stanton successfully completed the NES Operations Fleet Training Facility prior to joining Hardaway.


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