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“Speaking as a builder, if you start something you must have a vision of the thing which arises from your instinct about preserving and enhancing what is there.”

- Christopher Alexander

About Jamison Berryhill

Jamison brings a strong and unique handle on construction to the team. From a young age he was involved in repurposing commercial, multifamily, and residential properties alongside his father, a real estate entrepreneur. From this he developed vision in efficiently utilizing spaces while maintaining fluidity and synergy of a space. He loves making old things new while capturing their original character. These visions first became a reality when he purchased and self-renovated multiple duplexes in Austin, Texas, at the age of 23. 

Jamison was previously in project management for Street Lights Residential, a luxury multifamily developer across metro areas of the southern United States. During his time, he had the opportunity to work on a high-rise residential apartment in Houston as well as a mid-rise in Austin. Jamison developed relationships with consultants, owners, developers, and subcontractors to collaborate and execute streamlined and timely projects.  

Prior to joining Street Lights, Jamison worked for Rand Construction, a large Tenant Improvement firm out of Washington, DC. While at Rand, he completed an assortment of projects that included office spaces, super computer labs, and Kendra Scott’s 65,000 sq. ft. warehouse, offices, and amenities.

Jamison is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and was the Special Teams Captain and Fullback for the Longhorn Football Team.  After his time at UT, Jamison signed with the Baltimore Ravens for a short stint, before diving into the construction world. Jamison and his wife Taylor have two beautiful daughters who keep them on their toes. Jamison and Taylor were actively involved at Austin Stone Community Church and served as Board Members for North East Austin (urban) Young Life and will be looking to pick up where they left off, here in Dallas.