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ABOUT US

OUR HISTORY

Our managing partners have over 30 years in combined construction experience. We have actively expanded our operations seeking meaningful opportunities for growth. The company continues its efforts in becoming a leading construction services firm in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.

OUR MISSION

We make a strong commitment to each of our partners in every job we perform. By making it our mission to work at a high level of excellence and fairness with each of our partners, we provide seamless quality from initial proposal and bidding, through every stage of a project.

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To our clients and our partnering architects and engineers, we promise a well-constructed project completed on time, efficiently priced and competently supervised and managed. To our subcontractors and suppliers, we promise a well-organized and timely project, coordination with our in-house forces and other trades, support in relationships with our clients, and timely, regular payment.

MEET THE TEAM

We continue to deliver greater value to our customers through our dedication and ability to self-perform certain critical trades. By performing fundamental scopes of work, such as foundations, drywall and carpentry, we are able to offer more control, as well as set the tone and pace of the project.

BILL GILLETTE

CEO

Mr. Gillette is the CEO and managing partner for WBC Operations LLC. Prior to joining WBC, Bill spent the past 20 years in Commercial Sales and Development, providing equipment, services and supplies to Single Family Builders, Multi Family Developers and Fortune 500 companies.

 

Bill also innovated the first co-branded charitable Gift Card Program for Sears Holdings Corporation benefiting the Susan G. Komen Organization. Bill was honored to speak on behalf of the FBI’s National Child ID Program at the Republican National Convention in NYC in 2004. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of North Texas.

TOM BURNS

PROJECT MANAGER