Member Newsmaker: Greg Madrey

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Greg Madrey is the outside sales manager for Builders Post-Tension, an American-owned and Houston-based concrete reinforcement material supplier founded in 2001 with an additional facility in Haltom City, Texas. In his role, Greg’s job is to live the motto of Builders Post-Tension: “BPT is Customer Service.” In fact, customer service has been at the heart of Greg’s work since he began his career in the building material industry in 1992.

Greg has lived in the Houston area since 1998 and has become an active member of the GHBA over the past two decades, serving in many positions, some in leadership and some behind the scenes. Within the GHBA, there isn’t a council or division where Greg hasn’t been involved, from the Bay Area to Montgomery County, and from HomeAid and Adopt-a-Family to the Volume Builders Committee, GHBA Executive Committee, Membership Committee, Custom Builders Council, and Associate Council. Greg also had the privilege of serving as the GHBA Associate Council president in 2019 and the honor of receiving the 2018 C.S. Bud Inscho Associate of the Year Award.

Through his career, Greg has seen the building material industry face and overcome challenge after challenge. The coronavirus pandemic and the recent winter weather event were no exceptions. Through it all, Greg has seen that the GHBA has served as a platform for builders and associates to join together in mutual support. In the words of Theodore Roosevelt, as displayed on the walls of the GHBA, “Every man owes part of his time and money to the business or industry to which he is engaged. No man has a moral right to withhold his support from an organization that is striving to improve conditions within his sphere.” And even in times of challenge, Greg observes, the people of the GHBA support its organization – and the organization supports its people.


“At Builders Post-Tension, we like to say that BPT stands for ‘Bringing People Together’ because it places such an emphasis on serving the people of this industry. And in many ways, that’s what the GHBA does, too. I’ve been very fortunate to be a part of an organization like this. The GHBA has given me the opportunity to serve the people of the industry as well as provided both personal and professional experiences that I would not otherwise have encountered.”

Greg Madrey, Builders Post-Tension

Greg, a graduate of Baylor University, lives in Kingwood with his wife, Alison, and his two daughters, Lauren (14) and Anna (11).