Jonathan Bullington was raised in the small town of Okeechobee in southern Florida. He spent many hot summer days working various construction jobs with his grandfather and uncles using heavy equipment. At age thirteen Jonathan assisted the contractor building an addition to his parents’ house. The next summer he worked with the crew that replaced the stucco on the house.
After earning his driver’s license at age sixteen, Jonathan was able to work with a variety of contractors. The following year he was working as a foreman for a large commercial builder. That year he moved to Cumming, Georgia.
Jonathan settled into his new home and he soon met the owner of a local general contracting firm. He worked with this firm as a Superintendent from 2002 until 2008 being involved in every process of the business – from pre-construction, estimating, project management through completion. The company afforded Jonathan the opportunity to gain a wide range of experience from site work to finish carpentry
In 2009 Jonathan took the position of Program Director for a local non-profit organization that serves women with chemical dependency. A year later he was promoted to an executive position. While serving in this capacity he assisted in creating and implementing organizational structure and bringing financial stability through budgeting strategies. Jonathan also served as a board member working closely with other board members to create a strategic business and marketing plan.
Jonathan is currently enrolled at Liberty University working on a business degree with a GPA of 3.75. He is happily married to Rachel, his wife of fourteen years – they have two children, Joshua, age thirteen, and Miriam, age six. This family of four lives in Forsyth County.
Jonathan commented, “I am honored to serve at Chandlee and Sons Construction Company in the Estimating Department. I work with Darren Sayer, C&S President, and Seth Chandlee, CEO, assisting with estimating and project management. I was introduced to C&S through a friend Seth and I both know. A shout out of, “Welcome to the team,” from everyone at Chandlee and Sons.