Brian Bollins Promoted to Atlanta Division Manager

April 25, 2023

Choate Construction is pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Bollins to Vice President & Division Manager of Choate’s Atlanta office. Brian has been with Choate for more than 20 years, during which time he has garnered extensive experience building relationships, growing careers, and leading project teams to deliver successful results. In his new role, Brian continues to propel the firm’s growth by establishing and overseeing the execution of Atlanta’s short- and long-term business strategies.

“I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have several remarkable teachers throughout my career with Choate,” says Brian. “The investment this company and its employee-owners have made in me has made a direct and immeasurable impact on my growth – both personally and professionally – and I’m honored by this opportunity to continue investing in the success of our people and business.”

Promoting the legacy of client and trade partnerships that Choate established 34 years ago, Brian maintains his drive to pursue operational excellence on behalf of our clients and their business goals by championing strong relationships and smart strategies across project teams.

“Brian is a strong operational leader, but his passion for investing in our people and building relationships is what makes him an exceptional fit for this important role,” says Matt Brewer, President & CEO. “As we commonly say here at Choate, relationships are the lifeblood of our company and the key to our future, and I’m excited to see Brian’s talents continue to make a positive impact on our company and our community.”

Brian earned his degree in architecture before joining Choate and progressing through multiple roles. Starting as an assistant project manager, Brian quickly refined skills that led him to his most recent former position as Director of Operations in Atlanta.

Brian looks forward to continuing Choate’s commitment to the local community through Choate’s corporate philanthropy initiative and program, Building Up, and its support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Operation Gratitude, The Giving Kitchen, Meals on Wheels, among many other critical nonprofit organizations.