With over 10 years in the construction industry, Kamron Barr has held a variety of titles and has worn many hats in his preconstruction, design, business development, client management, estimating, project management, and executive roles. His experience in the construction and real estate development industries include automotive, government, multi-family, medical office, educational facilities, office, retail, restaurant, manufacturing, and industrial projects. In fact, Kamron has been involved with over 80 projects totaling over $480 million during his short career.
From January 2018 until May 2019, Kamron was in a master’s level program at the University of Utah. He was heavily involved not only with in-class participation and presentations but also with outside opportunities. For example, in the spring, he led a team of students to win the 2019 Utah Real Estate Challenge. Simultaneously, Kamron was working a full-time job (45-60 hours per week), coaching, and raising three young boys at home with another on the way.
In October, Kamron was named project manager for Project Control Inc., an owner’s representative and real estate development firm with five locations in the western United States. PCI’s experience covers more than $3 billion in the management of the design and construction of hospitality, commercial, civic, municipal, and healthcare facilities.
When he is not at PCI, Kamron recognizes the great mentors he has had in his life by giving back to others. He especially enjoys volunteering his time to those pursuing careers in the development and construction industries. He has mentored students from Brigham Young University, Utah Valley University, The University of Utah, and Weber State.
Currently, Kamron is involved with bachelor and graduate programs that offer services to students who need additional help. He teaches individuals construction scheduling, estimating, and project management. He hopes to teach a class at the University of Utah in the future because whether he is in a classroom or in an outside environment, Kamron wants to be a mentor to those who could use one.
Project Control Inc.
956 North 200 East
Spanish Fork, UT 84660