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Jeffrey Hall

Managing Director
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Overview

Jeffrey Hall has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry. He has hands-on experience in all phases of construction and has completed projects including office, municipal, hotel, pharmaceutical, research and development, residential, tenant improvement, warehouse/distribution center, power plant, and industrial. He most recently was the president of Paragon Construction Consulting Inc., which managed more the $6 billion of real estate and troubled construction projects since 2007. He was also a principal at a major construction management company, where he was an officer and vice president of Operations for Southern California. His responsibilities have included design, estimation, and completion of all phases of construction projects; supervising as many as 96 employees; budget control of projects; increasing sales over $1 million per year; and recruiting construction staff.

Before his construction career, Mr. Hall was a Petty Officer Second Class – Officer Candidate Recommendation in the U.S. Navy. He was the Command and Control Officer of all air-war and navigation schedules for Fleet 7 and an Air Intercept Controller responsible for 32 men. He held a top-secret clearance and was responsible for administration and security of nuclear weapons.

Education

Almeda University
B.S., Business Administration

Employment History

Paragon Construction Consulting, Inc.
President

Turner Construction Co.
Vice president of operation

DBI Development 
Project manager

First Investor Corp
SEC/NASD securities trader
1987 - 1989

U.S. Navy
E-5 second class petty officer
1983 - 1987

Honors

Honors

USN, Honorable Discharge, Good Conduct, Battle E Ribbon, Sea Service Ribbon

News & Insights

News & Commentary

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Architecture

Construction Manager Association of America 

Community/Civic Activities

Parent Boosters

Habitat for Humanity