Greg grew up in Houston (Kingwood) and graduated from Kingwood High School in 1984. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he graduated in 1989. Upon graduation he came back to Houston and took a sales job in the post-tension industry. In 2001, Greg founded Builders Post-Tension with his business partners Brian Q. Conley and Rocky Phillips (RIP).
Builders Post-Tension has been a supplier of post-tension cable, rebar, wire mesh and other concrete reinforcement products for 19 years. Builders Post-Tension is dedicated to giving their customers a fair price and un-paralleled customer service. BPT sells to well over 100 home builders and more than 100 concrete contractors in Texas. “Builders Post-Tension is Customer Service” is BPT’s official motto. Builders Post-Tension is located north of Houston and also has an office in DFW. From these two locations BPT is able serve the entire state of Texas and beyond.
“During these trying times,” said Greg, “we are proceeding with an abundance of caution and following all of the CDC guidelines. As a company we are focused on keeping our customers and employees safe. BPT is fully staffed and able to meet your needs. We’re looking forward to building a brighter future together.”
Greg is also past president of the GHBA Associate Council and a member of the 2006, 2007 and 2008 GHBA board of directors. He is currently on the board of the Bay Area Builders Association (since 2006) and also sits on the GHBA Associate Council Leadership Committee. Greg was awarded the GHBA Associate of the Year for 2010 and received the BABA Associate of the Year for 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2019. Greg joined the HomeAid Houston board of directors eight years ago and is honored to be a part of such a wonderful charity where he served as president in 2015. Greg has always been a very active member of the GHBA since 1989 and attributes a large portion of his success to being actively involved in the association.
Greg lives in The Woodlands with his wife of 24 years, Leslie, with whom he has three wonderful girls, Madeline (23), a UCLA Grad going to Baylor College of Medicine; Chloe (19), a sophomore at Tulane; and Emma (17), a junior at The Woodlands High School.
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