Charles Nabholz began his career with Nabholz Construction and Supply in 1954. In 1961 he founded Conark Builders, which later became a department of Nabholz Construction Services. In 1983 he established Nabholz Properties, Inc, a commercial real estate development company, and still serves as president. He was elected Chairman of the Board for The Nabholz Group in 2000. He is very active with community organizations and local charities, including United Way, Conway Development Corporation, Arkansas Sheriff’s Youth Ranch, and Independent Living Services.
Lonnie Williams began his career with Nabholz as a superintendent 39 years ago and steadily worked his way up through the ranks. He received a bachelor’s degree in building construction from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Throughout his tenure he has served as assistant general superintendent, business development officer, and general manager. In 2002, Lonnie was promoted to president of the South Central Operation where he served another 7 years before being named Vice Chairman.
Bill Hannah has been a construction professional over his entire 38 year career. He joined Nabholz following graduation from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in building construction. He started as an estimator, and his career has included other positions, such as project manager, general manager of NABCO (now a separate entity), senior vice president of business development, and president of the Central Arkansas Operation. In 2002 Bill was named CEO.
Don Greenland started his career at Nabholz as an estimator. He holds a building construction degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Don is a Certified Professional Estimator and past national president of the American Society of Professional Estimators. Throughout his career, he has taught the Nabholz University’s Carpentry Apprenticeship Program and has also served as project manager, executive vice president, and president of the Little Rock Operation. Don was promoted to COO in January 2000.
Greg Williams began his career at Nabholz as controller in 1997. He is a CPA with over twenty-seven years experience in financial management. Greg received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. In 2009, he was named CFO of the Year by Arkansas Business magazine. He is a member of the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Along with his brothers, David was constantly shadowing his father Bob Nabholz. He started working for Nabholz in the summers beginning in 1971. In 1977, after attending business school at the University of Central Arkansas, David started his first full-time position with Nabholz. David’s career is one of working his way up through the field. He served as a laborer, carpenter, foreman, project superintendent and currently as Senior Vice President of Production/General Superintendent overseeing all field operations and manpower for the South Central Operation. David is also responsible for the management of the company’s Architectural Millwork & Cabinetry operation and Equipment & Crane Rental Operation.
As the youngest of the brothers, John grew up working on the farm at a very early age and then as a construction laborer and carpenter apprentice every summer and school break. John gained a love for technology in college by helping his professors set up their computers and graduated in 1986 with a B.S. degree in Construction Management from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He immediately joined the Nabholz team in a full-time position as a project manager trainee. From there he progressed in various roles including serving as a project scheduler, project manager and then into the company’s information services department. John’s passion has always been leveraging technology to serve our clients. He currently serves the company as Chief Information Officer and has led these operations since 1996. John has been actively involved with Associated General Contractors national technology round table. He is a past school board member and a Kiwanis member, and he currently serves on the Pastoral Council for his church.
Tim remembers tagging along with his father Bob Nabholz to many jobsite visits as a child. His first paid job was in 1975 as a helper on local jobsites during the summer. Tim grew in his career to become a foreman and then a superintendent, and in 1990 started Nabholz Client Service (now referred to our “Service” operation) as a way to serve our clients on small project needs and warranty calls. In 1997, Tim was assigned to our newly formed Industrial Services operation. Tim was instrumental in the founding and growth of our Nabholz Industrial Services operation and retired from his role there in 2010. Tim’s passion for the craftsmen, quality work and exceptional customer service continue to guide him as a member of the board.
Bob’s career is one of true American success via hard work and determination. His career with Nabholz began as a clerk-typist in 1959 and he retired as President in 1995. Bob graduated from St. Joseph’s High School in 1954 and from Arkansas State Teachers College (now University of Central Arkansas) in 1963 with a Major in Business and Minor in Economics. Bob served the company in many roles during his 36-year tenure with the company, but one of his favorite roles was that of instructor in the company’s carpentry apprentice program for 7 years. He served the industry in various roles including President and board member of Associated General Contractors Arkansas Chapter. Bob’s leadership and vision still guide the company today as he serves as member of our board of directors.
The 11th child in a family of 12, Tom is a brother of the company founder Bob Nabholz. Tom attended St. Joseph Catholic School and worked for Nabholz after graduating. Tom was quickly drafted to serve our country in the Korean War Conflict. Upon his return home from his military tour, he joined his brothers in the business and became a manager of Nabholz Supply Company. Tom became a shareholder and was elected to the board of directors in 1955. Tom purchased Nabholz Supply Company from his brothers in the 1980’s and sold the business in the mid 1990’s. He then formed Nabholz Appraisal Services which is now managed by his son Tom Nabholz, Jr. Tom has continued to provide valuable business insight and input as a member of the board and now serves in the capacity of Board Member Emeritus.
Andrea G. Woods, J.D., PHR, serves as Executive Vice President and Corporate Counsel for The Nabholz Group, Inc. and Nabholz Construction Services. Andrea has practiced law in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Ohio for 16 years and provides legal and risk management services for all Nabholz companies. Woods currently serves on the Conway Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Conway Regional Health System Boards of Directors. Andrea resides in Conway, Arkansas with her husband, Jeff, Chair of the History & Political Science Department at Arkansas Tech University, and their two children, Abby and Cullen.