Brent Farmer is a Flintco leader who considers his principle duties as helping our people grow professionally and maintaining long-standing relationships with clients. As Vice President Area Manager for Flintco in our Arkansas office in Northwest Arkansas, Brent has seen tremendous growth in both the region and those from Flintco who call it home. Brent arrived in Springdale in 1999 and worked his way up to his current leadership role. He has experience at every level of construction and enjoys all aspects of our industry. However, he takes the most pride in building strong relationships with owners who consistently bring Flintco their repeat business.
“We hire good people to do quality work and it’s fun to be part of that,” Brent said. “Working with a high performing team is the key to our continued success, and I’m inspired every day to roll up my sleeves and do what we have to do to get the job done for our clients.” One of the Flintco projects that helped shape Brent’s early career was construction of the high school for Rogers Public School District, which in 1999, “help set the stage for what was to come for Flintco in Arkansas.” Brent is excited by the “Build Arkansas 51” campaign celebrating our first Flintco construction project in the state in 1951.
Brent served two terms on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity in Washington County, worked with another area non-profit called Rebuilding Together Northwest Arkansas, and served on the Board of Directors of the Arts Center of the Ozarks for six years. Brent enjoys spending time on nearby lakes in the summer boating, tubing and wakeboarding with his family. He also enjoys designing and building heirloom furniture from his home woodworking shop. Brent holds an Associates in Applied Science degree in Construction Management from Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology.