Travis Hendrick

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Travis Hendrick

Travis Hendrick

Travis Hendrick is an experienced construction professional with over 20 years in industry management and leadership roles. Travis has worked in estimating, engineering, project management, finance, and accounting positions. His wide and varied experiences provide him with an understanding of the full cycle of a construction business whether selling work, executing it, or managing risk, people, and finances.

Travis has worked in construction firms both large and small. With a finance degree from Montana State University in Bozeman, he found himself rather quickly leading a Las Vegas trade contractor through a period of rapid growth. Most recently, Travis was the Director of Finance for Goodfellow Brothers, a large west coast heavy/civil contractor.

Travis is originally from the state of Washington and now resides in Raleigh, NC with his wife and three children. When he isn’t working, Travis enjoys coaching and watching basketball, vacationing with his family, playing golf, and fishing. He is a passionate advocate for the construction industry and is an active member of CFMA. Travis’ personal mission is to connect with and positively impact people.

Recent Posts

Attitude and Gratitude

Given a choice, would you want to work around people with great attitudes who also express gratitude, or would you rather work in a company where… well, not so much. The answer is obvious, isn’t it? This week watch Digging Deeper as Dennis talks about the importance...

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Four Habits to Maximize the Effects of Recognition

Many of your employees, as much as we all wish this weren’t the case, take compensation and benefits for granted. After all, they can get competitive pay at any construction company, right? How then do you set yourself apart as a contractor that genuinely values...

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Passing The Torch

No matter how talented the entrepreneur, we all have a “shelf life.” For over 30 years, we at FBI have watched senior construction leaders stick around beyond – some well beyond – their effective leadership shelf lives. Doing so is detrimental in a host of ways, and...

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