Gray co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 43 years of experience in design and construction management in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As CEO, Gray is responsible for leading the development of FaverGray’s short and long term strategy, creating and implementing FaverGray’s vision and mission, maintaining awareness of the competitive market landscape, evaluating expansion opportunities and industry developments, maintaining social awareness and responsibility within FaverGray’s market sectors, assessing and managing corporate risks and management of banking and surety relationships.
Faver co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 34 years of design-build and construction management experience in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As President, Faver is responsible for implementing and managing corporate strategy and vision, managing overall corporate operations and budgeting, operational risk management, market sector analysis, management of client relationships and large-scale program development and management.
Hinson, an original member of FaverGray dating back to the company’s inception, most recently served as Division Leader of Student Housing and has more than 20 years of experience in the design and construction business. As Executive Vice President, Hinson is responsible for overall project operations, divisional management and support, business development, preconstruction planning and management, contract negotiations, resource allocation and project level financial reporting.
Tveras, an original member of FaverGray dating back to the company’s inception, most recently served as Division Leader of Multi-Family Housing and has more than 22 years of experience in design/build and construction management in multiple sectors of the industry including commercial, hospitality, education, institutional, multi-family and student housing. As Vice President of Multi-Family Housing, Tveras oversees project development strategies, preconstruction services, customer relations with oversight and support of the Project Director, Director of Construction, project management and field operations to ensure that each project team meets or exceeds their goals and those of the customers.
Kitchens joined FaverGray in 2010, having most recently served as Project Director, he has more than 18 years of construction management and design/build experience. As Division Leader, Kitchens manages divisional operations, project development strategies, preconstruction services, customer relations and oversight of all divisional staff to ensure that each project team meets or exceeds schedule, financial and customer satisfaction objectives.
Higby brings over 31 years of diversified experience in the design and construction industry. Higby has extensive design, development and construction experience within the senior living and healthcare markets, including independent and continuing care retirement communities, nursing and memory care facilities, as well as, acute care hospitals and surgical centers. As Division Leader, Higby manages divisional operations, project development strategies, preconstruction services, customer relations and oversight of all divisional staff to ensure that each project team meets or exceeds schedule, financial and customer satisfaction objectives.
Thomason, an original member of FaverGray dating back to the company’s inception, most recently served as Director of Construction for the Student Housing Division. Thomason has more than 19 years of design/build and construction management experience in the residential, commercial and industrial market sectors. As Director of Operations, Thomason is responsible for developing and managing corporate “best practices” for preconstruction services, project planning, scheduling, safety and quality control programs. Thomason is also responsible for corporate oversight of all divisional field operations and resource allocation to ensure that each project has a successful plan and a complementary staff to achieve corporate performance and financial objectives.
Hill, who most recently served as Senior Superintendent for FaverGray, has more than 37 years of field experience in multi-family housing, student housing, and commercial construction. As Director of Construction, Hill is responsible for field staffing with oversight and support for his staff to ensure that each project has the resources and information to build the projects safely, on time, and with quality.
Sork joined FaverGray in 2012 with more than 26 years of development and construction management experience in multi-family housing, student housing, single-family, industrial, and commercial markets. He most recently served as FaverGray’s Director of Construction – Multi-Family Housing before transitioning the Project Director. As Project Director of Multi-Family Housing, Sork is responsible for project management, staffing, direct financial and project management oversight and support of his staff.
We’re Jacksonville natives, born and bred. We pride ourselves on our passion and dedication to every community we build. Our mission is to deliver success by offering creative solutions, provide a fully integrated team from concept to completion, and exceed client expectations.
Since 2005, we have completed more than 100 projects on time and within budget, across 21 states for multi-family, student, and senior living communities. We’re here for our neighbors and our handshake is a promise we’ll deliver on.
When we started FaverGray, we had the vision to build better than ever before. Since day one, we have been committed to serving our clients and building a legacy as the leading general contractor in our core markets. We are proud to say that 90% of our volume is with repeat clients. That only goes to show that we develop and maintain strong relationships with our various architect teams, engineers, and subcontractors across the board.
Gray co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 42 years of experience in design and construction management.View Full Bio
Faver co-founded FaverGray in 2005 and has more than 33 years of experience.View Full Bio
Hinson, an original member of FaverGray dating back to the company’s inception, has more than 19 years of experience.View Full Bio
Tveras, an original member of FaverGray dating back to the company’s inception, has more than 21 years of experience.View Full Bio
Kitchens joined FaverGray in 2010 and has more than 17 years of experience.View Full Bio
Higby brings over 30 years of diversified experience in the design and construction industry.View Full Bio
Thomason has more than 18 years of design/build and construction management experience in the residential, commercial and indView Full Bio
James Hill has more than 36 years of field experience in multi-family housing, student housing, and commercial construction.View Full Bio
Sork joined FaverGray in 2012 and has more than 25 years of development and construction management experience.View Full Bio
The field team had deep experience and dedicated leadership.FaverGray was the selected general contractor on a recent student housing bidproject designed by our firm, Coursey Architects, in Gainesville, FL; the projectdelivery date was met for the fall of 2019, (to the Owner’s satisfaction and the newtenants’ great enjoyment), as was required by the Owner, due to the diligence ofthe FaverGray team from top to bottom. The field team had deep experience anddedicated leadership, and was well supported by the project management team, backoffice and company leadership team across the board. This was a complex 3-buildingproject, on 3 separate sites in the city, so it was really like managing 3 projects atonce; each site had its own challenges and opportunities, and FaverGray managedthese all very well.
Gary B. Coursey, Architects has been successfully producing multi-family projects for 50 years. We have worked alongside FaverGray for many years on many projects. We find them to be efficient, thorough and highly professional. Parkside at the Beach is one of our favorite projects we designed, and FaverGray built; luxurious design, built solid, and was sold for a large profit after a year of successful occupancy. We are pleased to work with them and will continue to refer them on projects we are producing.
Easlan Capital of Atlanta and its affiliate Parkside Equities have been developing mixed use and multifamily properties throughout the southeast since 1982. It is with great pleasure that we have been successful in awarding the last three projects, consisting of 810 units to FaverGray. All three were completed on time and within budget. Parkside at the Beach was actually ahead of schedule and after a record lease-up, the property was sold within 36 months of construction start. I would therefore highly recommend them…as we look forward to a continuance of our relationship in the future.
The FaverGray team is a trusted partner with American Campus Communities. They bring great value as an active participant during initial design and predevelopment activities through pricing, and in the field during construction. Jim and Keith have assembled a core team of leaders with impressive depth and experience, and they demonstrate their commitment to service and integrity every day at every level. We look forward to a long and productive relationship with FaverGray.
The FaverGray team functions as an extension of our staff and provides front end services of great value. They are virtually a completely integrated partner from beginning to end.
Our relationship with FaverGray has been more than successful. FaverGray is unique in that they combine the expertise and sophistication of a larger firm with a level of service and attentiveness of a smaller firm. These characteristics are exactly what we need and the projects have been delivered on budget, on schedule.
FaverGray Cares About Our Community
FaverGray not only cares about our employees, but we care about building the future of our communities. FaverGray aims to build the relationships with our local communities and engage diverse businesses to join our team in the process of improving the lives of others. We partner with charitable, community-centered organizations across the country to support their efforts for a cause. From our annual Artscapade with Patrons of the Hearts, to the Hope Town Rising Bahamas Relief, we donate our talent and time while we strive to make a difference.
Within 48 hours of Hurricane Dorian hitting the Bahamas, Hope Town Rising (an initiative of Community Assistance Foundation Inc.) came together as a grassroots effort to support ongoing and future rebuilding efforts on Elbow Cay. Elbow Cay was chosen because we we feel we could have the most meaningful impact there, given our own limited resources.
Founded in 2005 by Hilda and Jose Ettedgui, MD, Patrons of the Hearts is a partnership between Wolfson Children’s Hospital and the University of Florida Pediatric Cardiovascular Center at Jacksonville. Wolfson Children’s and U of F donate the cost of inpatient hospitalization and physician services for heart repair, while Patrons of the Hearts covers the supplies, housing and incidentals for each child.
Artscapade is an annual event where art, music, fun, and love for children meet. Each year we celebrate the new lives of the children we’ve served and the donors that make it possible. Artscapade and Patrons of the Hearts are so generously sponsored by Faver Gray and KFA Search.
The mission of the American Campus Charity Foundation is to support philanthropies that promote education, shelter and well-being for children and adolescents, and to contribute to the charitable efforts of our communities nationwide.
HabiJax is one of the largest non-profit affordable housing builders in Duval County and is considered to be one of the most successful Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the United States, having provided homeownership opportunities and other housing services to over 2,300 families.
To serve individuals ages 30-55 currently undergoing treatment for cancer. We offer services that help restore hope to people fighting for their lives.
Established in 1987, The ALS Association Florida Chapter is fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease on all fronts, or as we like to say, “Covering all the bases for people living with ALS in Florida.” We provide patient programs, advocate on behalf of patients with our government leaders, create awareness of the disease, and fund research. In addition, the Chapter provides financial support to our statewide multidisciplinary ALS clinics and research facilities, enabling them to increase patient care.
Since 1993 Angelwood has been serving children, adults, seniors, and families living with intellectual and developmental differences such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, and Spina Bifida.