Grayson Avery appointed Vice President and Regional Manager at Charles Perry Partners, Inc.

He has over 21 years of experience in managing diverse construction projects.

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Grayson Avery, VP/Regional Manager of North Florida Region
Grayson Avery, VP/Regional Manager of North Florida Region
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Charles Perry Partners, Inc. (CPPI), a leading construction management firm in the Southeast, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Grayson Avery as Vice President and Regional Manager of the Jacksonville, Florida, office. 

With over 21 years of experience in managing diverse construction projects, Avery brings a wealth of expertise to his new role.

Avery has an impressive track record of successfully overseeing construction projects in various sectors, including commercial, federal, industrial, K-12 education, higher education, and healthcare.

His comprehensive understanding of project management encompasses the entire lifecycle, from preconstruction planning to final delivery, ensuring efficient budget management and timely execution.

As Vice President/Regional Manager, Avery will provide executive oversight to CPPI’s North Florida region while offering project operational and preconstruction support.

In close collaboration with regional leadership teams, his primary objective will be to drive the execution and advancement of CPPI’s operational initiatives, ensuring the company’s exceptional services in the educational, healthcare, commercial, and institutional sectors.

Avery will work closely with executive leadership to ensure strategic decisions align with CPPI’s core values, maintaining an unwavering commitment to excellence and a results-oriented approach.

In addition to his extensive experience, Avery holds LEED AP, BD+C and OSHA 30 certifications. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Saint Leo University.



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