Spencer Teel

Spencer Teel
Professional Expertise
After serving as Vice President for 4 years, Spencer Teel was named President in October, 2017. Spencer’s primary duties include business development and day-to-day business operations. Spencer literally worked his way up the ladder beginning in 1997 where he spent summers as a laborer and assistant superintendent in high school, transitioning into a superintendent during college recesses. After graduation, Spencer worked as a project manager for 8 years.
Notable Projects

  • Foxchase Shopping Center redevelopment
  • Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt addition and renovation
  • Circa at Clarendon
  • Smashburger’s national roll-out
  • Tysons Corner Interior Mall Renovation – Phases I & III

Education and Training

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration at Christopher Newport University – Newport News, VA (2005)
  • Leadership Fairfax’s Emerging Leaders Institute [ELI] (2012)

Areas of Specialization

  • Providing an exceptional customer experience through fair treatment, effective communication and a quality finished product
  • Contract negotiations
  • Value engineering
  • Matchmaking – assembling the right team for the project

Professional Affiliations

  • NAIOP Northern Virginia Developing Leaders [DL]
  • ICSC
  • Pi Kappa Phi [Eta Iota]

Interesting Fact
Growing up, Spencer’s dad (Parker Teel) told him the construction industry was tough. While a career in the family company would always be available to Spencer, Parker suggested he go to school and get an education in an unrelated field. Spencer always enjoyed the challenges construction brought, but also weighed his father’s advice heavily while attending CNU and declaring his major. Spencer was half way through his sophomore year when his ECON 101 professor made a big impression on him and had him convinced that being an economist for the government was the way to go; so Spencer decided to major in business with a concentration in economics. When Spencer told his fraternity brothers of his decision, they reminded him that he had a well-established, respected construction company in front of him and that he would be a fool if he didn’t seize that opportunity. Thank God for his friends, because going into the family business was one of the best choices he’s made in his life.

“The gratification a successful project brings after all the blood, sweat and tears you share with your project team is indescribable. Being able to proudly put your name on a project and being able to say, ‘I helped build that’ is a huge motivator.”