Dominium Promotes Adam Brookins to Vice President of Construction

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Five-year company veteran to oversee project managers, superintendents and claim specialists on capital improvements, repairs and property renovations

Dominium, a leading affordable housing owner, developer and manager announced today that it has promoted Adam Brookins to Vice President of Construction for the Self Perform team.

As Vice President of Construction, Brookins will be overseeing project managers, superintendents and claim specialists for a variety of projects which include capital improvements, where he will work with properties to identify and solve physical building issues. Brookins will also ensure timely incident and insurance repair requests, as well as oversee and manage resyndication renovations.

Brookins joined Dominium in 2019 as a Senior Construction Project Manager, where he managed various projects and played a big role in documenting processes and procedures for Dominium’s Construction and Architectural Services (DCAS) department.

Brookins brings to Dominium 15+ years of experience as a general contractor, subcontractor, distributor and manufacturer. He has additional broad experience in hands-on construction and construction management within the industry. Prior to joining Dominium, he was a business manager at Kasota Stone Fabricators, as well as Chief Operations Officer at Hoffman Weber Construction.

“Adam’s strong skills and expertise in project management and construction contracting makes him a strong leader for Vice President of Construction of our Self Perform team,” said Scott Ewing, Chief Construction and Architecture Officer & Executive Vice President at Dominium. “As an integral member of our construction crew, Adam will play an important role in leading his crew and performing necessary administrative duties and other activities to ensure the success of each affordable housing project under his wing.”

Brookins holds a Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies and a Construction Management Certificate from the University of Minnesota.