Scott J. Pardee

Project Manager

Honors & Certifications

Named to Tulsa 40 Under 40 – 2012

Pardee Construction Named the 4th Fastest Growing Company in Tulsa by The Journal Record – 2013

LEED Green Associate

Certified Professional Constructor with the American Institute of Constructors

Holds Licenses for Multiple States


Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology – Construction Management
Oklahoma State University

Key Projects

Lennar Pacifica
Long Beach, California
Cost: $22 Million

Project: A 62-unit, 145,000 SF mixed-use condominium complex with retail space. The building consisted of a five-story above ground and one-story underground parking structure. Two levels of the building slabs were concrete post tension to a podium deck with the four levels above the podium wood framed. The for-sale condominiums had five different floor plan types which included 2-story town home style units.

Under Construction Management Company Snyder Langston:

Valencia Terrace, Kisco Sr. Living
Corona, California
Cost: $32 Million

Project: A 145,000 SF, ADA adaptable, Sr. Living Center for Kisco Sr. Living. The project took place on a 10-acre site and consisted of a main facility with multiple reception areas, medical facilities, assisted living ADA accessible & adaptable units, hair salons, library, and solar heating system for a salt water pool to mention a few features. The Main facility was surrounded by Casitas duplex and triplex units with an on call emergency system.

Under General Contracting Company Whiting Turner:

Target Remodel Program
Culver City & Torrance, California
Cost: $4 Million & $10 Million

Projects: The Target store remodels were particularly challenging as the projects were fast-tracked to completion in a 6 month period. Each $of the projects were completed through strategic planning of schedules and a 24-hour work schedule consisting of day/night shifts. Stores were open to the public through the entirety of construction.

Target Topanga
Woodland Hills, California
Cost: $14 Million

Project: This building composed of a concrete tilt-up structure & steel structural interior for a new retail store. The project was adjoined to an existing mall & required carful collaboration with neighboring contractors as multiple department stores and parking structures were concurrently being constructed on the same site.



Bob Boyle

Superintendent Advisor


With over 27 years in the construction industry, Bob works with a contractor’s point of view and is able to provide direct technical and operational insight.  Bob is responsible for working one-on-one with the owners and project managers in negotiating subcontracts, managing subcontractors, and monitoring the overall coast and schedule of projects.  He is responsible for the quality management/control and will also develop a unique standards and procedures log for each individual project.


Associates of Arts Degree in Building Technology
Orange Coast College

Key Projects

Pelican Hill Resort
Newport Coast, California
Cost: $150 Million
Project:   A 6-Star resort consisting of the Main Hotel Bldg with luxurious restraints,  multiple day spas, a pool bar & lounge with outdoor private cabanas, and a 136’ radius pool overlooking the complex. Additionally, the site showcased elaborate landscape features with outlandish drive approaches, numerous large exotic palm trees, 50-year old Ficus trees, and 60-foot Pine trees.

Pacifica Condominiums
Long Beach, California
Cost: $22 Million
Project:  A 62-unit, 145,000 SF mixed-use condominium complex with retail space.  The building consisted of a five-story above ground and one-story underground parking structure.  Two levels of the building slabs were concrete post tension to a podium deck with the four levels above the podium wood framed.  The for-sale condominiums had five different floor plan types which included 2-story town home style units.

University Research Park Phases 12 & 13
Irvine, California
Cost: $69 Million
Project:  A Broadcom Corporation development site consisting of a core, shell, and site work for (2) 4-story and (6) 3-story steel frame buildings totaling more than 650,000 sq. ft.  The site was situated on an 18-acre site adjacent to the University of Irvine campus.

The Crosby Golf Club
Rancho Santa Fe, California
Cost: $16 Million
Project:  A two-story 44,000 sq. ft. clubhouse with high end finishes
The club featured a restaurant, banquet facilities, locker rooms, pro-shop, & golf cart storage facilities.

Balboa Bay Club
Newport Beach, California

Oakland, California
Project:  Renovation of a 20 Story Hotel, two floors at a time will hotel remained operational.



Adam Oglesbee

Project Manager/Superintendent


With 11 years in the construction industry in a supervisory or quality control role, Adam has a keen eye when taking a proactive approach to handling technical and operational insights.  Adam is very capable in the field technically savvy, and can operate as a superintendent.


AAS, Construction Management, Oklahoma State University



Tulsa Business Journal’s “Top 40 under 40” Class of 2007

Oklahoma’s Best of the Best 2007 Project Award (BOK Arena)

Distinguished Veteran of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Awardee

Certified as a SDVOB – Service Disabled Veteran

Experience Overview

Adam Oglesbee retired from the US Army Infantry in 2006 and continued his career in construction management. His past experience includes roles as Quality Control Engineer, Estimator, Project Manager, Superintendent, and Business Development.  Adam operated his own contracting business for several years and has a strong understanding of relationship in the operation of a construction business. In 2015 we welcomed Adam as a partner of the company.

Key Projects

BOK Arena Phases 3 & 4 
Tulsa, OK
Cost: $30 Million Managed as a Part of a $150 Million Dollar Project
Project:   Supervised project team, 120 person crew, and $18m of complex formwork to construct the foundation and superstructure of the BOK Center. Coordinated and lead Owner/AE/Prime Contractor meetings, scheduling, change management and document control for over 800 changes to scope and schedule. Recommended and negotiated the installation of a Mechanically Stabilized Earth Back-up Wall System to eliminate the need for bracing of the Phase 3 Foundation Wall to allow construction operations to commence on Phase 4 ahead of schedule and significantly reduce costs and safety hazards. Published in Go Structural Magazine. Received Oklahoma’s Best of the Best 2007 Project Award.

Broken Arrow Public Schools, Highland Park Elementary
Broken Arrow, OK
Cost: $15 Million
Project:  Supervised preconstruction design process and document review with multiple for a new 900 student facility designed as the “Flagship” of the districts. Coordinated and led all project meetings with Owner/AE and subs, contract management, and job site QA/QC responsibility for overall financial management of project under the requirements for use of Public School Bond funds. Lead a successful value engineering/cost analysis team, including teachers and parents, subcontractors and suppliers, district administrators, and design professionals to reduce the overall budget of the school from $20.1m to 15.6m.


Jack C. Montgomery Hospital

Muskogee, OK

Cost: $1 Million

Project:    Adam operated and served as the on site supervisor of several small projects at the Hospital.   Adam supervised self-performing concrete crews and handled interior projects involving infectious control measures.