Jason Hlewicki was recently named one of Charlotte’s 40 over 40 Leaders by the Charlotte Ledger. With nearly 25 years of construction experience, Director of Interiors & Special Projects Jason Hlewicki has expertise in project and design development management. A tenacious construction professional, Jason is grounded in faith, family, and fellowship. Jason is a practitioner of flexibility management, highly motivated and driven to meet the challenges unique to every project. Learn more about Jason Hlewicki.
Q: What is the most rewarding part of your job?
A: Working every day with like-minded professionals that embody the entrepreneurial spirit of our industry.
Q: Why are you proud to work for Swinerton?
A: Simply put, it’s our company’s culture, which truly supports mutual respect and advancing our corporate mission.
Q: What does your typical work day look like?
A: There is no typical day within Special Projects, which is why it’s so exciting to be a part of this group. Wearing multiple hats throughout the day keeps things fun and engaging.
Q: What are some of your career highlights?
A: The “hunt!” Identifying, chasing and successfully procuring the right opportunities within the Charlotte and Raleigh markets has been exciting and rewarding.
Q: What makes now an exciting time to work in Charlotte?
A: Charlotte and Raleigh are experiencing unprecedented growth across all sectors of construction, which makes the breadth of our project selection diverse and strategic.
Q: How do you spend your free time? And how do you wish you spent your free time?
A: As a recent empty nester, I am spending my free time exploring new hobbies and activities with my beautiful bride of 23 years. I would certainly love to re-engage my golf game, if time allows. I also fundraise and do community engagement for the 24 Foundation, a nonprofit for cancer research.
Q: Anything else should people know about you?
A: My additional interests include all forms of cooking (not baking); weekend warrior, DIY style; and physical training to continue to sidestep Father Time.