John D. Horn (Jack) is an innovative leader with a thorough knowledge of the construction industry. Since studying civil engineering at the University of Virginia, he has spent 30 years in the business, working in the field and in project management at both Metric Construction and Martin Horn. Since becoming president of Martin Horn in 2001, Jack has invested in new technology and expanded personnel, positioning Martin Horn for continued growth and success. He has personally managed many specialized, high-tech projects such as Haunted Hollow Recording Studio, the renovation of the Jefferson Theater and the Charlottesville Pavilion. At the same time, Jack has assembled a strong team in all areas, from field superintendents to project managers. Jack volunteers for Building Goodness Foundation.
Dennis J. Harris serves as design builder, estimator, and project manager for Martin Horn’s On-demand Projects division. With 24 years of experience in the construction industry, Dennis has been the lead estimator on such renovations as the Charlottesville office of Williams Mullen, the Charlottesville Free Clinic, and Virginia Tech’s AGR Fraternity House, and a number of UVA sites, including the Carr’s Hill Field Support Building, UVA Hospital’s link offices, AEPi Fraternity House, and Alpha Phi Sorority House. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Virginia Tech, studied computer-aided design at PVCC, and is certified LEED AP. Since 2008, Dennis has successfully completed over 100 projects at Martin Horn.