Fields has a diverse construction background which includes high-rise, educational, healthcare, aviation, and government facility construction. He joined the Manhattan organization in 2008 and he most recently led the construction team for the $250 million George W. Bush Presidential Center, and previously building the $130 million First Baptist Church project.
Fields has a passion for community service projects such as Habitat for Humanity and Homes for Hero’s. Since relocating to Naples, he has already become involved with Building Homes for Heroes, an organization which provides affordable housing for returning veterans.
Fields earned his bachelor of science in construction engineering technology from Louisiana Tech University in 1985.
ABOUT MANHATTAN CONSTRUCTION
Manhattan Construction provides general contracting, pre-construction, construction management, and design-build services in the Southwest, Southeast and Middle Atlantic Regions of the United States. The company operates in Florida through offices in Naples and Tampa.