CONSTRUCTION - commercial and Industrial

BRIAN HILL President

Brian received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tulsa in 1990. He started working in the family business as a Project Manager in 1992 and became President of Hill & Cox Corporation in 2003. Since then he has increased annual gross sales from $10 million to $30 Million in six years. He believes that communication is the key to building successful relationships and successful projects. As Hill & Cox’s leader, Brian’s goal is to have the company recognized by clients as delivering the highest standards of service in the industry. In addition, he works to make the whole experience of employees, subcontractors, suppliers and clients a positive one. He believes in a personnel “hands-on” approach and visits project sites daily to ensure clients receive a quality product performed in a timely manner.

Community Activities:

  • Board of Directors — Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club
  • Board of Directors — Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce
  • Past President — American Cancer Society
  • Hot Springs Future Fund — Steering Committee Member

 

ROBBIE COX Vice President

Robbie received a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. After graduation, he began working at Hill & Cox Corporation as a Project Manager and became Vice President in 2003. Before that time, Robbie worked in the field as a carpenter performing concrete and framing. This time in the field has enabled him to understand the complexities of projects from construction drawings to in-the-field realities. Since Robbie became Vice President, he has worked with numerous clients in adapting a variety of construction methods to create projects that are representative of the quality and value upon which Hill & Cox Corporation has built its reputation. He continues to improve the construction practices that give Hill & Cox a competitive advantage in the construction industry.

Community Activities:

  • Board of Directors — United Way of Garland County
  • Chairman of the Board — Hot Springs Building Trades Advisory Counci
  • Oaklawn Rotary Club • Hot Springs Fifty for the Future
  • Leadership Hot Springs • Lake Valley Community Church

 

AMIE HILLP.E. (LEED/GREEN BUILDING MANAGER)

With extensive education and experience in environmental engineering, Amie uses her background to ensure environmental compliance with all Hill & Cox projects. She is responsible for LEED Certification and Green Building practices for Hill & Cox. Amie uses her environmental expertise to insure that Hill & Cox clients have access to the latest green building technology and design. Under her direction, Hill & Cox is committed to being a leader in our community in the green building movement.

As an Environmental Engineering Consultant, Amie has developed and maintained Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC) and Title V Air Permits for several Arkansas industries.

TIM WILSON INDUSTRIAL CLIENT SERVICES & PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDING

After attending the University of Arkansas, Tim’s career path focused on business management and business ownership. In 2005, Tim joined the Hill & Cox team as a Project Manager to oversee PreEngineered Buildings, Client Services, Industrial Work and Marketing.

Tim works with the Pre-Engineered team to oversee the design and construction phases of the project. Tim works with clients to meet their needs before, during and long after the construction project is complete. He develops a client work plan and manages the project to complete on-time and in-budget. From changing a door to large remodels, Hill & Cox Client Services is there for the client. Over the years Tim has completed projects for the following industrial clients: Halliburton Corporation, Stratcor, Triumph Airborne Corporation, General Cable Corporation, Xerox and Rexam. These projects vary in complexity from minor modification of systems to implementation of entire product lines.

Giving back to the community is important to Tim. He enjoys coaching youth sports and being a board member of the Hot Springs Boys & Girls Club. Tim is a member of the Hot Springs Fifty for the Future and enjoys working with area businesses in making Hot Springs a successful community. He is a member of First United Methodist Church where he facilitates an adult