As a construction manager for Caldwell Homes, Michael works with the estimating team to add to the processes that are already in place to help track and report key metrics to reduce expenses and improve effectiveness. Michael will also help the building team as they look to improve efficiency, increase overall quality, and ensure customer satisfaction.
Michael graduated from Northwestern State University in 2009 where he received his Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology. While attending Northwestern State University, Michael was a 4-year letter winner on the Men’s basketball program and held a leadership role as part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. For the 100th year of Northwestern State Basketball, Michael was selected as one of the top 100 players in the history of the program, finishing his career in the top 10 for career assists, steals, and free throw percentage.
Upon graduation, Michael accepted a job working for a natural gas marketing company on their trade floor. He then ventured into residential construction by purchasing a retail flooring store, contracting hundreds of remodeling/new construction jobs from standard floor installations, to full kitchen and bathroom remodels. While owning the flooring store, Michael managed all facets of the business from estimating, to purchasing, to managing construction crews, to ensuring customer satisfaction. He worked with local builders in helping with their selections, providing reliable service and high-quality finishes to keep their custom homes on time and within budget. Having a desire to move to Houston, Michael sold his business and moved back into natural gas marketing and began working for a Natural Gas Storage company as the director of marketing and optimization.
In his free time, Michael enjoys spending as much quality time as possible with his wife Lindsey, as well as his family and friends. He loves being an uncle to his two nephews and one niece. He also enjoys cycling, remodeling, interior design, and he recently restored a 1920s Heights Bungalow.