Employee Spotlight: Nathan McQuillan

Nathan has over 19 years of experience as a Project  Manager and enjoys working with complex and multiphase projects.

Nathan McQuillan has been part of EIKON’s team since June 2014. As a Project/Client Manager, he plays a vital role in expanding and developing business in and around Texas.

Nathan’s favorite EIKON project is currently the Gainesville Independent School District High School Multi-Purpose facility. He is always excited to start new projects and see how they develop.

The first company Nathan formed was a Furniture Restoration shop. It was an easy jump from growing up in the Antique business in Austin, Texas. Some of his work made it into the restoration project at the State Capital building during the renovation in 1993.

Nathan considers himself an expert at being a student. He tries his best to learn something new every day. 

Nathan is very involved with First Baptist Gainesville. He serves as a chairman of the church properties committee, is part of the church council, leads a small group, and is also a Sunday School Facilitator. He is also helping implement a Community Connection team. This team will serve the community in close proximity and bring real relief to real needs. Nathan greatly treasures the relationships that develop alongside his involvement.


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Nathan also serves as Vice President and personnel committee member with the CASA of North Texas Board. This board’s primary focus is to support the Court Appointed Volunteer Advocates. Nathan believes these advocates are the true heroes as they give a voice and comfort to the hurting children in North Texas that are affected by abuse.

EIKON Culture: EIKON recently purchased a cooking trailer and smoker for events. Nathan had a great time preparing a meal for his coworkers.

 Nathan McQuillan in Six Words: Disciple, Husband, Father | Conscientious, Motivated, Sociable

You may be surprised to find out that Nathan has driven his partially renovated Land Cruiser to the top of the Grand Teton Mountains in Wyoming as well as the bottom of the canyons in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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