July 2, 2014

July 2, 2014

Forrest Reynolds Project Engineer, Knoxville Region Messer Construction Co.

Forrest Reynolds
Project Engineer, Knoxville Region
Messer Construction Co.

Messer Construction Co. recently hired University of Tennessee graduate Forrest Reynolds as a project engineer.

Reynolds is a cum laude graduate of the UT College of Engineering, while earning a second degree in architecture. He currently is working with the Messer team at Lakeway Regional Hospital in Morristown, Tennessee.

“Reynolds is an extremely bright young man with a passion for the construction industry,” Messer Senior Project Executive John Blum said. “We are pleased to add him to our accomplished team.”

Reynolds, a native of Franklin, Tennessee, is the son of Dr. Forrest and Judith Reynolds. He currently resides in the Sequoyah Hills neighborhood in West Knoxville.

About Messer Construction Co.

Messer Construction Co. is a construction manager and general contractor providing leadership for complex commercial building projects. An employee-owned company, Messer builds better lives for its customers, communities and each other, and delivers value through quality construction and client experiences. Founded in 1932, Messer’s footprint has grown to nine regional offices located across the Midwest and Southeast. The company is consistently ranked among the country’s 100 largest contractors by Engineering News-Record, and in fiscal 2013, Messer put in place more than $830 million in commercial construction. Messer now stands as one of the nation’s leading health care and higher education builders, and also boasts extensive, award-winning work in the life sciences and industrial market segments. Messer employees live where they work, resulting in the company’s sustained commitment to building better communities. That commitment has remained paramount throughout Messer’s growth, and it is achieved annually through the company’s own foundation and through the time, service and dollars invested by its employee-owners in community organizations and causes.