Charlotte, N.C. — CampusWorks Development, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based student housing developer and CW Construction, its sister construction company, has recently hired three new executives to add to its senior management team. The additions include chief financial officer, vice president of operations and vice president and general counsel.
Heading up the new hires is Edward (Ned) Long, former CFO for Crosland and executive vice president for Pacolet Milliken. Long will execute all investment activities including directing and executing all financial and capital market strategies. CW’s second hire is David Little Jr., former executive vice president and general counsel of RJ Griffin & Company General Contractors and a former shareholder with Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A. As a member of CW’s senior executive management team, Little will manage the company’s risk mitigation efforts, including insurance and bonding, and will provide counsel and guidance on all legal matters affecting both affiliates’ development and construction activities.
Lastly, Wayne Gross, former vice president/general superintendent at Dunn Southeast, a JE Dunn Company, will fill the vice president of operations position. With approximately 37 years of construction experience, Gross’s role involves the oversight of all construction field operations, management and direction of all superintendents and all field employees.