Dustin Behlmer is an Assistant Superintendent and joined our team at the beginning of 2022.
Dustin is one of our Assistant Superintendents on The Grove at Ocala project for developer Easlan Capital of Atlanta. The 329-unit luxury community will feature a clubhouse with a pool, two pickleball courts, and two bocce ball courts.
Tell us a little about yourself.
Musician, biker, dog dad, tattoos, anime, horror, video games, books, documentaries. Basically the coolest nerd you’ll meet. Been in the industry since age 12. Became an electrician at 20 and switched to general when I moved to Los Angeles at 25.
What is your education/certification background?
AS in electrical engineering. Studied botany and biochemistry before switching to EE.
Tell us about some of your previous work experience.
I worked on minor residential remodels from the age of 12-19. Graduated to electrical from 20-25. Then commercial GC Super in California. I moved back to Florida in 2020 and shifted to multifamily.
Why did you join the FaverGray Team?
Seemed to have the growth potential and culture I wanted to spend my time in.
What is your favorite part of your career?
Being able to drive past something and say “I built that.”
In a few words, describe what you/your team does for FaverGray.
Manages the construction of apartment buildings.
What advice would you give to someone interested in a career in construction?
Work hard enough so that you’re told you’re a hard worker without showing it off.
Who inspires you?
How do you define success?
Not worrying about tomorrow.
What do you do for fun/hobbies?
Music. Hiking. Sports. Motocross/motorcycles. Skateboarding. Building. Tinkering. Video games. Learn languages. Read. Many many more.
Tell us something that might surprise us about you.
I can dance ballet.
Where is the best place you have traveled?
What is the next place on your travel bucket list?
Who are three people (living or deceased) that you’d like to host for a dinner party?
Stephen Hawking. Joe Satriani. Travis Pastrana.
What is your motto or personal mantra?
The faster you go, the less you fall. It just hurts more.