Jeremy Given

Vice President, Area Manager / Memphis

Jeremy Given approaches his role as Vice President Area Manager in Memphis from the perspective of a servant leader. That means paying attention to the fiscal health of the company, helping to sustain our relationships with trade partners, supporting a colleague who may be dealing with a personal issue or ensuring Flintco is represented in a consistent, professional manner in the community.   Since taking the Vice President Area manager role, Jeremy is pursuing the establishment of lean efficient processes as it relates to project management and engaging his team to celebrate their successes. Jeremy joined Flintco in 2006 as an estimator and eventually led the Preconstruction Department; he also served as a Project Executive prior to accepting his current role. His work with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital stands out among his deep personal portfolio.

The St. Jude Kay Research Center and Care Center offers proton therapy – the most advanced and highly precise form of radiation treatment available today. The project began as a conceptual preconstruction exercise, which led to Flintco being selected as construction manager. The St. Jude Advanced Research Center is the largest construction project in the history of Memphis, and another project Jeremy is proud to be a part of at Flintco. Jeremy values four things as a Flintco executive: Accountability, high standards, disruptive honesty and the qualities of leadership at every level. Those around him share his commitment to building on the legacy of Flintco in Memphis and our Southeast Region.

Jeremy was appointed to the Collierville, TN, Planning Commission in 2018 – a volunteer position that feeds his desire to stay engaged and give back to his local community. Other activities he enjoys include his role as assistant Little League coach, duck hunting, fly fishing and spending quality time with his wife and two children. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Construction Management & Land Development from Mississippi State University.