Tapestry at Quail Springs

Quail Springs Senior Apartments is a four story, 140 Unit independent senior living facility being constructed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  The facility has much to offer future senior residents including a movie theater, fitness center, heated salt water exercise pool, bistro kitchen, beauty salon, emergency storm shelters, private balconies and individual garages.

Tapestry at Quail Springs

Cowen Construction was awarded the Tapestry at Quail Springs Senior Living Apartments in Oklahoma City September 3,2014.
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Meet Our Team

Rob Wright
Rob WrightProject Manager
Rob has over 26 years of construction and management experience. His experience is derived from being a coordinator, estimating and project management. He has a degree in Construction Management and has also completed specific training in Construction and Business Management.

The Project Manager will manage your project including scheduling, coordinating and monitoring the project activity in such a manner as to complete the project in a safe and timely way, within and under budget. The Project Manager reports directly to the President. and is accountable for all associated project activities including safety and security on the project.

Gary Fay
Gary FaySuperintendent
Gary Fay has been involved with many of Cowen’s significant projects since 2006 and has been in the construction industry for over 30 years. Gary’s dedication to the Company and his great work ethic have proven extremely successful. His training is derived from classroom instruction, continuing education seminars, OSHA Safety Class, and years of on site experience. Gary will be on the project site at all times during construction.

Jointly responsible with the Project Manager for the overall success of the project. Responsible for meeting schedule, controlling costs, and managing manpower and equipment (if applicable) on assigned project. Provides continuous hands-on field supervision of all construction operations, including subcontractors and other construction related personnel; directing them in the planning, scheduling, and execution of work on time, within budget, and with high standards of workmanship. Attains or exceeds profit goals and promotes workplace safety while meeting or exceeding owner’s expectations. Promotes a positive company image. Is the leader on every project and is ultimately responsible for its operational success.

Bob Krewett
Bob KrewettDirector of Safety and HR
Bob Krewett has been a part of the Cowen Team since 1986 as the Director of Safety. In addition to being our Director, he is certified as an outreach instructor with the United States Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Training Institute. Bob also serves as an instructor for the Construction Management Department at Oklahoma State University in the areas of jobsite safety standards.

Compliance with company safety policies and site specific safety requirements is monitored and verified by daily observation of the job site management staff. This is supplemented by random job site safety inspections which are conducted by the Director of Safety. Project specific potential hazards are identified for each individual project, then the operations team along with the Director of Safety agree upon means and methods to eliminate, reduce and/or adequately manage any potential hazards. All project field employees are made aware of site specific safety procedures and concerns through daily operational “quarterback meetings,” and through weekly safety meetings, both of which are conducted by the project management staff and the Safety Director. The Director of Safety is included in the pre-construction planning phase along with the operations team.