C.O. Haymes, Jr. “Chuck”
Chuck grew up in the company but began to work officially in 1987 as an equipment operator. From there he worked his way through the ranks of HBI, learning each job as he progressed. In the early 1990’s he was promoted to foreman and superintendent shortly thereafter. Over the last 28 years Chuck oversaw many simultaneous multimillion dollar projects including earthen dams and state highway projects. He also gained experience with privately funded site grading projects, which included the successful management of more than 100 employees, multiple sub-contractors, and a large equipment fleet at one time.
Chuck has supervised more than a dozen earthen dam construction projects during his career with HBI, all of which required multi-zoned embankment and sand and drain filters. Chuck was intricately involved in and served as overall project superintendent for most these dam projects. As his expertise grew he became involved in the pre-bid investigations of projects as well as the bid process.
In 2001 Chuck became President of Haymes Brothers, Inc. He is the chief field operations supervisor, and continues to manage the field operations of multiple simultaneous projects.
Our Vice President
Henry A. Haymes "Andy"
Andy also grew up in the company, working as a laborer during his high school years. He went on to graduate with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1985 and then returned to the HBI as a foreman trainee. From there, much like Chuck, he worked his way through the ranks of the company learning each job as he progressed. In the early 1990’s he was promoted to superintendent. He served as project manager and superintendent on many multimillion dollar projects including state highway projects, dam, culvert, and bridge construction projects, as well as privately funded site grading projects.
In 2001 Andy became Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Haymes Brothers, Inc. and continues to serve in this capacity today. As an experienced manager, Andy is intricately involved in estimating and managing projects with a value of up to 25 million dollars. He oversees all business aspects of the company to include financing, bonding, insurance, financial reporting, licensing, pre-qualification and EEO compliance.