Bob Moore Construction Leadership Team

Kyle Whitesell - Executive Vice President

Award-winning professional with more than a quarter-century of project management experience in all commercial construction segments.

Kyle Whitesell

Executive Vice President

With more than a quarter century of construction experience, Kyle Whitesell is an award-winning Executive Vice President for Bob Moore Construction.

Mr. Whitesell has managed dozens of warehouse, distribution center, retail store, call center, office building, flex-tech center and finish-out projects for Bob Moore Construction. One particularly significant project is the Pioneer 360 Business Center, a 1.16 Million SF development along State Highway 360 in Arlington, Texas. This high-profile 70-acre project is part of the same strategic community development plan that includes the Dallas Cowboys stadium. The Pioneer 360 Business Center project began with the demolition and asbestos abatement of an abandoned 800,000 SF regional mall - more than 95% of the materials coming from the mall were recycled rather than sent to landfill. At the time of its completion, this project was the largest LEED for Gold Core and Shell Industrial project in the state of Texas.

Other projects managed by Mr. Whitesell have earned critical acclaim. For example, Mr. Whitesells CargoCentre III and AirFreight & LogisticsCentres project was recognized with the Summit Award for construction excellence from QUOIN, the north and east Texas chapter of Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

Mr. Whitesell earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Science from Texas A&M University in 1986. While in college he was a four-year member of the Student Chapter of AGC. During this time he also worked with Lott Constructors out of Houston, Texas, where he was a field engineer for the Providence Towers on the North Dallas Tollway in Dallas.

A native of Brady, Texas, Mr. Whitesell began his career in 1986 as an estimator / project engineer with J.W. Bateson where he worked on the VA Hospital in Augusta, Georgia and the General Dynamics Research Complex in Fort Worth. In 1988 he was named Director of Construction with Brice Foods, supervising the construction of more than 120 ICBY stores. In 1990 he became a project manager for Sedalco, delivering public and government projects, to include air traffic control towers at DFW Airport and Love Field and three contracts for the Texas Super Collider. In 1993 Mr. Whitesell joined Coronado Builders as a senior project manager; the University of North Texas Student Services Center he built with Coronado Builders was one of only seven projects in the country to win the prestigious AGC Marvin H. Black Excellence in Quality Award. In 1998 he became Vice President of Operations for Butler Construction, where he managed the construction of more than 50 buildings, in excess of 10 million SF. Mr. Whitesell joined Bob Moore Construction in 2003. He promoted quickly within the company to Senior Vice President and then Executive Vice President in 2013.

Mr. Whitesell is experienced with steel building, conventional concrete and tilt-up construction, and has worked for years in the public, government and private sectors. His particular expertise is in leading a project from the most preliminary concept all the way through formal design, estimating and permitting, and actual construction. This expertise allows clients to leverage the continuity of working with one project leader from the earliest concepts all the way to certificate of occupancy.

Mr. Whitesell has been a member of AGC in Bryan/College Station, Dallas and Fort Worth since 1982. He has served on several AGC committees including the Committee for Partnering in Total Quality Management. He also taught classes on Computerized Scheduling to AGC members field personnel in Fort Worth. Mr. Whitesell has been an active member of the Retta Baptist Church since 1993.