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BridgePoint Appoints New Business Development Director

DURAHAM, NC – BridgePoint announced today that Cara Greening has joined the team to further develop new business for the company. BridgePoint has experienced significant growth in the last few years. Each of BridgePoint’s three businesses has expanded financially and in personnel. Among BridgePoint’s many accolades and acknowledgments – BridgePoint General Contracting was named to Triangle Business Journal’s Fast 50 list – ranked #12 in 2016. As of December 2016, the team has grown to 62 full-time employees.

On the heels of her company’s success, President Shelley McPhatter has decided to take the next step for growing her business – expanding her leadership team. Her most recent major hire is Cara Greening – Business Development Director. Cara will be the first to hold this role for BridgePoint and will be responsible for developing new business across all three BridgePoint entities – General Contracting, Civil and Construction Services.

“Cara’s experience in the construction industry brings tremendous value to the BridgePoint team. Her deep ties in the Triangle and beyond will compliment BridgePoint’s expansion and upward trajectory as we grow our capacity and expand our client base,” says McPhatter.

Greening joins the BridgePoint team after ending a 10-year post at a large construction company, also located in the Triangle. Her decision to move to BridgePoint was inspired by both BridgePoint’s growth and current leadership.

Greening isn’t shy about her enthusiasm for her new role; “BridgePoint provides a unique and exciting setting for me. We are locally owned, woman owned and invested in our community. Shelley built this company from scratch and her entrepreneurial spirit is contagious. I am honored to join a team with this level of dedication and care for both clients and community.”

McPhatter and Greening are a team to be reckoned with. With BridgePoint’s existing strengths in urban infill renovations, tenant up-fits and new vertical construction and Greening’s proven knack for putting it all together, it is clear that BridgePoint will be taking the Triangle by storm.

Greening is looking forward to getting started; “For such a young company, I am impressed with BridgePoint’s growing portfolio of distinguished clients. We are proud to list Duke Health, State Employees’ Credit Union, American Tobacco Campus as clients and to have built the The Mayton Inn, one of the Triangle’s boutique hotels.”