Cameron Smith

We asked Cameron...

What is a problem in the Engineering & Construction Industry you'd like to fix?
Something here in the DFW market that I would like to see more of is a focus around clean energy and reuse initiatives. A lot of the times projects (solar, wind, water recapture, etc.) are the first scopes to be cut due to bottom-line up-front cost.
What are you most passionate about personally? Professionally?
Personally, I am passionate about the outdoors. My wife Brittni and I love to load up our 4Runner with our gear and dog (Zepp) and head out to various locations to rock climb, snowboard and camp.
What is the accomplishment of which you're most proud?
A project we worked on with a small business to relocate their old manufacturing facility into a new building in order for them to grow. We started from conceptual design, completed the construction and finished up with the office relocation and equipment start-up. We were able to help a small business like ours grow and get them closer to achieving their goals.
What are you happiest doing when you're not working?
Sitting around a campfire with a group of friends after a great adventure with a guitar and a beer.
If I weren't so good at my job, I'd probably be...
Teaching snowboard lessons in a remote ski town or living in a van traveling to various crags and mountains.
If you really know me, you'd know...
I'm always ready for an adventure or a party!
Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith

Preconstruction Manager

Cameron is the Preconstruction Manager for C1S. His team gets involved with clients early on in the project when the scope of work is often a verbal description or a sketch on a napkin. He is a problem solver for our clients with an ability to take a conceptual idea or problem that a client is having and develop a scope, schedule, and cost to deliver a full design-build solution that our clients can act upon to get their problem solved. His role is to grease the wheels on this process and help the preconstruction team provide the best possible solution to our clients in the most efficient way possible.

Personal MantraFind what makes you happy and do it 'till you're gone
7 years experience
7 years experience
Education
Education
Cameron earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas in Austin, Texas in 2013.
Values that drive me
Values that drive me
Compassion, Accountability
Hometown
Hometown
Corinth, TX
Favorite Charity
Favorite Charity
The Malaria Consortium, Generosity.org, POW, The Access Fund
Bucket List
Bucket List
  1. Visit all seven continents
  2. Climb in the Yosemite Valley
  3. Snowboard in the Alaskan backcountry

Cameron Smith

Preconstruction Manager

Cameron is the Preconstruction Manager for C1S. His team gets involved with clients early on in the project when the scope of work is often a verbal description or a sketch on a napkin. He is a problem solver for our clients with an ability to take a conceptual idea or problem that a client is having and develop a scope, schedule, and cost to deliver a full design-build solution that our clients can act upon to get their problem solved. His role is to grease the wheels on this process and help the preconstruction team provide the best possible solution to our clients in the most efficient way possible.

Personal MantraFind what makes you happy and do it 'till you're gone
7 years experience
7 years experience
Education
Education
Cameron earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas in Austin, Texas in 2013.
Values that drive me
Values that drive me
Compassion, Accountability
Hometown
Hometown
Corinth, TX
Favorite Charity
Favorite Charity
The Malaria Consortium, Generosity.org, POW, The Access Fund
Bucket List
Bucket List
  1. Visit all seven continents
  2. Climb in the Yosemite Valley
  3. Snowboard in the Alaskan backcountry

We asked Cameron...

What is a problem in the Engineering & Construction Industry you'd like to fix?
Something here in the DFW market that I would like to see more of is a focus around clean energy and reuse initiatives. A lot of the times projects (solar, wind, water recapture, etc.) are the first scopes to be cut due to bottom-line up-front cost.
What are you most passionate about personally? Professionally?
Personally, I am passionate about the outdoors. My wife Brittni and I love to load up our 4Runner with our gear and dog (Zepp) and head out to various locations to rock climb, snowboard and camp.
What is the accomplishment of which you're most proud?
A project we worked on with a small business to relocate their old manufacturing facility into a new building in order for them to grow. We started from conceptual design, completed the construction and finished up with the office relocation and equipment start-up. We were able to help a small business like ours grow and get them closer to achieving their goals.
What are you happiest doing when you're not working?
Sitting around a campfire with a group of friends after a great adventure with a guitar and a beer.
If I weren't so good at my job, I'd probably be...
Teaching snowboard lessons in a remote ski town or living in a van traveling to various crags and mountains.
If you really know me, you'd know...
I'm always ready for an adventure or a party!