Brandon Snyder began his commercial construction career in 2010 as an assistant estimator with Mapco, Inc./Federal Management Solutions in San Antonio where his initial construction knowledge and skills were shaped by a highly experienced team of preconstruction professionals. Brandon quickly advanced to estimator while gaining invaluable experience in building conceptual budgets and estimates for complex government projects across the United States and around the world ranging from $4-25M.
With an opportunity to return home to Lubbock, TX, Brandon joined M3D General Contractors where he learned how to apply his two-dimensional construction knowledge to building commercial projects as a superintendent in the field. He eventually made his way back into the office where he estimated and managed a variety of new construction and renovation projects ranging from office buildings to public libraries, retail stores, sports facilities, car dealerships and grocery stores in Lubbock, across Texas and Colorado.
In 2013, with a desire to broaden his construction knowledge and experience, Brandon accepted a position with MAPP Construction in Dallas where he quickly adapted to the fast-track commercial interiors world. While at MAPP, Brandon honed his cost and document control skills and abilities to drive the construction process while estimating and managing multiple tenant improvement projects in Class A office buildings.
Upon Pat Hrncir establishing Hrncir Construction, LP, Brandon joined the company in October 2013. His seemingly quick rise to becoming an accomplished estimator and highly successful project manager along with his intangible qualities as a proven winner and ability to recognize the varied expectations of clients served, and delivering accordingly on all fronts, Brandon was named a partner at Hrncir Construction, LP in 2015. He now leads Hrncir’s preconstruction efforts and manages the company’s more complex projects.
Brandon is graduate of Texas Tech University (’10 BS) and continues to be an active with Young Life ministries, serves on the advisory board for TTU Phi Delta Theta fraternity and is a member of The Real Estate Council.