Jason Flood

Senior Project Manager

Jason Flood

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
Room to Grow – it was a fantastic cause and I really enjoyed working with them.  The space we built for them was donated and the subcontractors we engaged were some of our key partners who really bought into the idea of making sure we were giving them a great price upfront, understanding that the project was paid for through fundraising and the space was ultimately going to help a lot of families.  The staff that we worked with were so appreciative to see space come to life. The gratitude they had for what we were able to build for them, was really rewarding.

How did you get into construction?
When I was little I wanted to be a carpenter.  In high school, my teachers encouraged me to go into engineering because I was good at math and science, so I majored in engineering and then found that I gravitated to the production side of the business rather than the design side.

Who or what inspires you?
My family and the senior leadership at Commodore.  The big similarity for me is the growth over the years that I have been at Commodore.  My wife and I now have two children, and at the same time, I’ve grown very close to much of my work family and felt like an important part of the continued growth of our company.  It means a lot when you can see how much our leadership cares.  As a father, you have to put your family first, and I see that approach mirrored in the way Commodore takes care of our people.

What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
I posed nude for an artist once in college. That hour’s pay was worth two days at my other part-time jobs.

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