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Builders of the Benz
Speaker for Thursday Dec. 8: Pete Pemantell with Holder Construction

So excited to hear from Pete Pemantell on Thursday about one of Atlanta's most prized venues...Mercedes Benz Stadium. His talk will center around the topic Building the World’s Most Advanced Stadium. In his discussion he will talk about:

  • Monumental Challenges
  • The Power of Teamwork
  • Solutions & Successes

Let's give Pete a great welcome. We are all very proud of the Benz!

To read more about Pete...

Pete is a Vice President for Holder Construction, a national construction services firm with experience all over the country and offices in Atlanta, Charlotte, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Phoenix, San Jose and Washington D.C. With revenues of more than $5 billion, Holder is consistently ranked by ENR (Engineering News-Record) as one of the nation's leading contractors in construction management.

A true builder, Pete brings more than 25 years of experience providing preconstruction and construction services.  He has been instrumental in the success of many projects across various product types including aviation, corporate and commercial office buildings, public assembly and special use facilities, hospitality, and data centers. Some of his most notable projects include the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Devon Energy World Headquarters, Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead Hotel, Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and the 2002 and 3003 Perimeter Summit Office Towers. 

In his Operations role, Pete provides leadership support to preconstruction and construction teams and collaborates with project owners, developers, and design professionals to deliver world-class projects. Pete also leads Holder’s Scheduling and Quality Departments, leveraging his experience in project controls and his drive for customer satisfaction.

Pete received a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from East Carolina University and is LEED Accredited by the United States Green Building Council. He also served four years active duty in the United States Air Force.  Pete and his wife Suzanne have three children and live in Woodstock, Georgia.

Posted by Susan Rumble
December 6, 2022

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