Principals

Justin S. Garrett
President/Owner

Mr. Garrett has commercial and residential construction experience that can take some people decades to achieve. He has been fortunate to work with some of the largest residential construction companies in the country, and has worked with both small, family owned, general contractors, and large industry leading general contractors. This experience has allowed him to gain a unique inside look into how successful companies both large and small handle projects throughout all aspects of the construction process. Mr. Garrett’s unique approach to building takes the best of all of these companies and refines their methods into a more current, up to date, management style that helps his clients have a technical advantage that saves both time and money, along with showing each client a more succinct look into all their project can be. In today’s ever changing markets Spencer Construction Management isn’t just looking to keep up with the old way things have always been done, we are looking to raise the bar. Mr. Garrett received his B.A. in Business Communication from St. Edward’s University in 1999.

Josh Glaze
Vice President of Operations & Partner

Mr. Glaze is currently the Vice President of Operations and Partner at SCM. Prior to joining SCM, he worked as a Project Manager for the Office of Facilities Planning & Construction at The Texas A&M University System. He is currently responsible for managing projects from inception to occupancy. His duties include project budgeting and scheduling, selection and contracting of architect/engineers and construction firms, and administration of design and construction contracts. His varied experience in the construction industry has provided him with a diverse background that has proven useful in dealing with the challenges of constructing and renovating complex buildings. He has practical and professional experience in concrete, framing, mechanical and plumbing systems, sales, and fire/water/mold remediation. He received a B.S. in Construction Science from Texas A&M University in 2001 and prior to that, he served in the United States Marine Corp.