Team Member Spotlight: Brandon Pearce
Here at Bear Creek, we are privileged to have such a great team of people working for our clients. Once a month we highlight one of our team members so that you can get to know them a little bit better.
This month the spotlight falls on Brandon Pearce – Brandon joined the Bear Creek team in December of 2016 and was one of Bear Creek’s first full time team member.
Brandon is a Waynesboro native and lives in town with his wife and their new baby girl. Brandon is part of Bear Creek’s field crew that goes out each day to build awesome backyard structures for our clients. Brandon works as a Crew Foreman, as a foreman he makes sure the project runs smoothly to Brian’s and our client’s specifications. He also makes sure everyone stays busy and has a task to do while staying ahead in the planning.
More From Brandon
I was introduced to Bear Creek by a friend who shared Victoria’s Craigslist post about needing help. I had practically zero construction experience and loved every minute of it, especially since it had been a childhood dream of mine to get into the construction field. My favorite projects to work on are the ones where I am challenged just beyond my current ability. One particular project that I thoroughly enjoyed was building an addition on top of an already-existing deck. I enjoyed it because it allowed me to look back and see all the progress I had made with Bear Creek. What I appreciate about the Bear Creek team is the diversity of skills offered and the team’s willingness to help. Ultimately, I appreciate Brian for being a mentor to me since I started. His commitment to teach me carpentry skills one-on-one has given me confidence in my newfound abilities. I am able to say that I have been very blessed to have his influence in my life.
Few Fun Facts
- My wife and I welcomed our daughter, Emma, to the world this past december.
- I tend to be OCD at work, but I can be a bit disorganized at home.
- I hate anything chocolate.
- I have been white water rafting ONCE and managed to get into a class 6 rapid and tore my shoulder which required surgery (scratch THAT off my bucket list).
- I am working on writing a trilogy. Its fiction and has been in the works since I was 9, but I’ve only recently been motivated to present my story to the world.