Mary Wyatt leads a team of dedicated and talented professionals in the building and construction industry as the CEO of Wyatt General Contractor, LLC. In 2016, Mary was named a Future Leader in Construction for Associated Builders & Contractors of Alabama and one of the Birmingham Business Journal’s Fast Track 30, which also named Wyatt General Contractor the 10th fastest growing company in Birmingham. Mary is a member of the National Association of Women in Construction, Associated Builders and Contractors Young Professionals, Women Business Leaders and the Lovelady Auxiliary. She and her two daughters live in Vestavia Hills.
Nick Miele began his career in construction in 1998 as a laborer/carpenter while attending Auburn University. He graduated with a degree in Building Science in 2002 and went to work for Brice Building Company as an Assistant Project Manager. During his time at Brice, Nick intentionally focused on all types of construction-from industrial and commercial to hospitality, retail, medical and institutional. Additionally, he earned his Ashe certification during that time. In 2012, Nick to went work for Hoar Construction as a Project Manager and was quickly promoted to Senior Project Manager after only one year. Nick worked mostly in the federal sector traveling throughout the Southeast working on large government projects. In the fall of 2015, Nick joined Wyatt General Contractor as Vice President of Operations. Over the years, Nick has been an active participant in Associated Builders and Contractors and Associated General Contractors. Nick lives in Hoover with his wife and three children and attends Prince of Peace Catholic Church.
Chad Bradford acquired his Masters in Accounting from the Brock School of Business at Samford University. He has been with Wyatt General Contractor for 20 years and currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for the company. He completed his undergraduate studies at Birmingham-Southern College with a double major in Accounting and Business. He is a member of CFMA where he served as the chapter’s President in 2011 and 2012. Wyatt is very proud of Chad’s accomplishments and appreciates his long tenure with the company.
Ginger Thompson has over 17 years of experience in the construction industry. She earned a Construction Management Technology certificate from Jefferson State Community College while working onsite for Wyatt. Ginger began her career working in the field as a job clerk for Wyatt then moved into the corporate office full-time as an Administrative Assistant before becoming an Assistant Project Manager. Ginger is an active member of the Greater Birmingham Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction and was recently honored with the NAWIC Legacy Leader Award.