[Fort Worth, Texas] – PRIM Construction is excited to announce the promotion of Coby Brown to President of the company. In his new role, Coby will be responsible for overseeing all daily construction operations, as well as managing the financial health of all projects.

“This is a well-deserved title for Coby, who has been a long-time stakeholder at PRIM and has shown exceptional leadership and a commitment to excellence over the past 15 years,” said Trent Prim, COO of PRIM Construction. “His new role will allow him to expand our business further into the DFW metroplex.”

Coby’s dedication to upholding the highest standards of construction ethics and quality is what sets him apart as a leader in the industry. With his experience and passion for construction, Coby will lead PRIM to even greater success in the future. He will manage the operations alongside the project managers and superintendents, as well as lead PRIM’s preconstruction activities from early pricing concepts to final estimates for municipal projects.

“The promotion of Coby to President is a testament to his hard work and the company’s trust in his abilities,” said Beth Prim, CEO of PRIM Construction. “We are excited about Coby’s continued career development and the contributions he will make in his new role.”

ABOUT PRIM: PRIM Construction is a general contractor founded in 2007 by Beth and Trent Prim, construction industry professionals who believe the most important element in the construction process is relationships. PRIM has been awarded multiple US Green Building Council LEED Awards and is currently certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise and a state of Texas HUB contractor. PRIM is also certified by the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency.

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