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HPU Welcomes Sweet as Assistant Director of Construction and Renovation

08.21.2013
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Jason SweetHIGH POINT, N.C., Aug. 21, 2013 – High Point University recently hired Jason Sweet as the assistant director of Construction and Renovation.

Sweet is responsible for the day-to-day activities and processes of ongoing construction projects at HPU. He also collaborates on the designs for new projects.

Sweet, who has expertise in construction management and effective constructability, is excited to work in the growing HPU environment.

“By helping to create and construct better projects that are more technologically advanced, and efficiently operational, we provide an environment that enhances the student’s ability to learn and live within the HPU community,” says Sweet. “I will help to continue to create a beautiful and unique environment, which influences and enriches the lives of students for many generations to come.”

Sweet has worked as a licensed general contractor since 2001. Along with working on many projects for HPU, including the Nido Qubein School of Communications and the David R. Hayworth University Park Project, Sweet has also worked on construction projects for Wake Forest Baptist Hospital, Novant Health, BB&T, Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System and Appalachian State University.

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