Director of Operations
Mike began working with Groove Construction in the summer of 2013 when Groove began working on jobs he supervised for a local general contractor. A carpenter by trade, Mike gelled quickly with the men and developed an immediate connection to the work. He joined the team and today is Director of Operations.
David Crofford is a native of Nashville with over 32 years in the construction industry. His experience was founded in construction supply, eventually leading to commercial General Contracting, and is now lending expertise to Groove Construction. David’s duties at Groove include business development, estimating, commercial project manager and Director of Safety. He has completed the OSHA 10 hour course. David plays a key role in developing safety programs for Groove Construction. These programs are responsible for safeguarding our employees and keeping Groove in compliance with the rapidly changing area of Safety. His skills in managing complex commercial projects with extremely high standards for safety and quality of work have helped establish Groove Construction as the leader in commercial framing in middle Tennessee. David has worked on numerous projects in middle Tennessee including 7 new Firehall's for Metro, Assisted Living projects, the Dormitories at the University of the South, the Vanderbilt Kissam Student Dormitory and numerous other projects. His attention to details, management of tough schedules, knowledge value engineering processes and ability to handle complex logistical issues makes Groove the first call many of Nashville’s top General Contractors make.
Greg Duvall grew up in Brownsville, KY. He graduated from Western Kentucky University. While there, he was a student of business both on and off campus.
Greg learned to manage clients, product and cash flow while working as store manager for a small business in Bowling Green, KY. After graduation, Duvall learned how to start, maintain and grow small businesses through experiencing his own start up sole proprietorships and corporations.
In 1995, he moved to Nashville and founded Groove Construction, Inc. This was to become a milestone in his life that would identify him as a leading member of Tennessee's construction community.