Daniel grew up around construction most his life. His father started him in the trades at a young age and his passion for building grew from there. Daniel has worked on projects all over the country, from a half million square feet commercial project in Kansas to beautiful homes in Florida. Daniel ensures everything runs smoothly for the organization from operations in the field to the support team in the office. His goal is to make sure safety and customer satisfaction are Noble Constructors top priorities.
Ms. Sindt serves as the CFO for Noble Constructors and joined the Team in 2017. She oversees the accounting department and helps our teams stay on budget and works with customers to make sure the finance side goes smoothly. She was born and raised in Iowa and graduated from The University Of Nebraska at Omaha in 2011 and has been living in Nashville since 2014.
Mrs. Brimer serves as Director of Human Resources and is responsible for overseeing the payroll and day to day human resource functions for the company. She joined Noble Constructors after working as a human resource coordinator for multiple companies and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Auburn University.
Trey Gossett was born and raised in Kansas City. Beginning his career in the arts, Trey primarily worked in small metals and jewelry, in 2001 moved to Arcata CA to finish his degree, and in 2003 received a bachelor’s degree in sculpture from Humboldt State University. While in California, Trey worked with the Eureka-based art group Empire Squared helping to create and run the Empire Squared gallery and studio space. To continue his education, Trey moved to Illinois and earned his MFA in sculpture from Southern Illinois University in 2008. It was at this time that Trey moved to Tennessee and worked as the artist in residence at the Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville. As of the summer of 2012 Trey calls Nashville home where he continues to create and exhibit his sculpture on the local, regional and national levels.
Brian uses a variety of materials and techniques to convert ideas into reality. Through collaboration, fabrication and the creation of his own sculptures, he seeks to challenge the boundaries of an artistic experience. Brian Earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Evansville in Indiana and a Masters of Fine Arts from Florida Atlantic University. He is currently an artist-in-residence at OZ Nashville.
Jason York is a metalsmith hailing from the cornfields of Iowa. While working towards his BFA from Iowa State University, his love for metals grew largely from the medium’s inherent precision and permanence. After graduating in 2004, he received training as a bench jeweler working for Jim Cotter designing and fabricating jewelry. This led him to earn his Masters degree from Southern Illinois University Carbondale where in addition to working on jewelry and small metals, he also began experimenting with ironwork. Completing his MFA in 2010, he became an Artist in Residence at the Appalachian Center for Craft where he spent the next 3 years developing his own portfolio while teaching small metals and blacksmithing courses. After his residency, Jason moved to West Virginia and partnered with Anvil Works LLC working as an artist blacksmith designing and fabricating custom architectural features and other commission pieces for the Washington DC and Baltimore areas. Jason joined Noble Constructors in 2017 and continues to create his own work for exhibitions, commissions and galleries
Sean Perdue is a Nashville artist who has spent most of his last 10 years and creativity in the world of custom natural stone tile design & installation. The son of an Engineer/General Contractor, Sean has learned to appreciate craftsmanship in the building industry. He studied the visual arts in His hometown of Panama City, Florida at Gulf Coast Community College while serving under the apprenticeship of Rolland Hockett. While specializing in drawing, illustration & detail, Sean has in recent years explored the union of detail with other mediums such as oils & acrylics. He constructs his own canvases but enjoys discovering other possibilities, whether a raw plank of barnwood or a brick wall. Since moving to Nashville in 2001, he and his wife Claire have begun raising a family and now have 2 young boys. He currently has multiple large scale pieces hanging in the new Oz building, Knead Dough Pizzeria in Hendersonville & Fanny’s House of Music in East Nashville. He continues to create his own unique pieces and to work on joint projects in the collaborative studio as a member of Noble Constructors.