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

Three Tips for Keeping Your Mission Front and Center

It may be fairly simple for very small contractors to communicate their mission among a handful of employees. But what happens when contractors grow and add more – sometimes dozens and even hundreds more – people to their teams over time? Then what? Please tune in...

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Selecting and Winning the Right Work

If you’re like most contractors, even the largest ones, most of your business development effort comes just before your presentation is due or the project nears award. The hurry up and rush nature of BD can easily cause a contractor to develop myopia and miss big...

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The Top Five Reasons People Quit

Both Dennis and Wayne have done blogs concerning “The Great Resignation,” and researchers are still digging into this unprecedented phenomenon. Donald Cooper recently wrote in his blog of an MIT study, and it is pretty eye-popping! Please tune in this week as Wayne...

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