As co-owner and VP of ACG, Greg Boush works with customers to offer a comprehensive land development experience.
Greg’s involvement with developers and builders during the feasibility and entitlement stages of projects allows him to provide budgeting, value engineering, and scheduling support. This process facilitates the removal of obstacles and allows the projects to start smoothly and on time. Once a project begins, Greg manages all strategic aspects, keeping the customer fully informed of schedule, budget, and general project updates.
A Proven Management Style
Greg believes in giving the customer the luxury of having as much or as little involvement in the construction process as they wish, giving them the ability to focus on more pressing matters. He does this by employing a proven management style, which includes effective communication, close attention to detail, and planning multiple steps ahead to eliminate inefficiencies and delays. Following substantial completion, Greg continues to be engaged in post-construction activities, such as municipal walkthroughs and acceptance for warranty to ensure the customer’s ultimate objectives are met.
Background and Experience
Greg is a Cary, NC native who has spent his entire life living and working in the Triangle area. Instilled with a strong work ethic and an integrity-based method of management, Greg has always operated under the ‘do the right thing’ approach in his personal and professional life.
Since graduating from NC State University, Greg has spent the last 15 years working in the sitework construction industry. In 2016 Greg partnered with Chuck Smith and Mike Hendren to form ACG. Greg’s areas of experience include residential, commercial, public utility, and military construction sitework projects, as well as consulting with developers and land owner’s aiding with due diligence and feasibility budgets.
Greg is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of North Carolina and holds a BS in Construction Engineering and Management from North Carolina State University. Greg is also a licensed Highway and Public Utility contractor with the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors.
As Vice President of ACG, Greg is very active in the estimating, business development, contract negotiation, project, and operations management. He can be counted on to bring to the table his usual blend of transparency and integrity to deliver the results ACG’s clients want and expect.