Nat Parsons is a third-generation construction professional who is motivated to extend his family legacy for many years to come. His maternal grandfather, Louis, graduated with a degree in architecture from NYU during the great depression. He went on to be a successful architect in New York, New York. His paternal grandfather, William Sr., operated a modest roofing business in Baltimore, Maryland. His mother, Pamela, is an architect who headed a major hospitality construction division for 25 years. His father, William Jr., was a national merit scholar who graduated with a degree in architecture from Clemson University and a master’s in civil engineering from M.I.T. William went on to be a successful real estate entrepreneur in Maryland. Growing up, Nat lived in a house that was designed and built by his parents. His passion for construction and real estate started from a young age.
Nat graduated Magna Cum from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Construction Science, where he was a student athlete on the A&M club rugby team. Nat returned to A&M after two years in the construction business, working for Kiewit as a field engineer, to complete his MBA at Mays Business School, where he was awarded the Jerry Strawser Scholarship. Nat’s background professionally includes various positions in project management and tenure at Grand Homes and JP Morgan. He is focused on providing excellent customer service and project management to our clients. In his free time, Nat enjoys spending time with his daughter, playing rugby, and shooting clay targets. He is also a former All American Trap shooter and avid sportsman.