MYRICK GUROSKY + ASSOCIATES

Our Team

wayne-myrick-250x244pxWayne Myrick

CEO

Wayne Myrick began his construction career in the late 60’s working general construction before becoming a self-employed residential contractor from 1973 to 1977. After serving as Superintendent and Project Manager for various Birmingham, Alabama contractors, he worked for a decade with Harbert Construction International, rising from superintendent to Vice President of Construction.  In 1993, Wayne started what is today Myrick, Gurosky & Associates.

A long time member of Hunter Street Baptist Church in Hoover, Alabama, Wayne has served continuously in key roles at the church: Sunday School Superintendent & Teacher, Deacon (and chairman of Deacons), Peacemaker Ministry Leader, and Mission team leader.  In 1999, Wayne was selected as Stand Firm magazine’s “Co-Man of the Year”.  Wayne currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. He and his wife Lynn live on Lake Mitchell in Verbena, Alabama. They have three adult children and two grandchildren.

scott-gurosky-250x244pxScott Gurosky

President

Growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, Scott Gurosky attended Auburn University on a football scholarship where he played football and baseball, while earning a bachelor’s degree in Building Science. After graduating from Auburn in 1991, Scott was hired as a field engineer for Harbert International, Inc. by Wayne Myrick, who would later become his business partner in 1994.  Initially serving the roles of project Superintendent and Project Manager, Scott became President of the company in 1997.  In 1998, Scott received the “Rising Star Award”, sponsored by the Birmingham Business Journal’s “Best in Business” awards.

Scott has been a member of Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, since 1983, where he has served as Deacon and is actively involved in teaching and leadership in the student ministry with his wife, Kelly.  Scott has served on the Foundation Board at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky and is currently a board member of World Link International Ministries.  In 2008, Scott co-founded Doulos Partners, a ministry to support and partner with highly effective church planting ministries across the globe.  Scott and Kelly have two boys, Davis and Drew. They live in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.

alan-dobbins-250x244pxAlan Dobbins

Director of Project Development

Alan Dobbins heads up MG+A’s project development and marketing efforts. He works with clients through the project development phase assisting in space planning and programming, financial analyses, master planning and the coordination of project financing.

Alan attended Samford University on a four year baseball scholarship and graduated from Samford’s Business School.  Before joining MG+A’s team in 2000, he spent four years in Corporate Banking.  Alan and his wife Jessica are actively involved at Haven Field Community Church where he serves as an Elder.  Alan and Jessica have three children, Sydney, Will and Daniel.

mike-evans-250x244pxMike Evans

Director of Pre-Construction Services

As Director of Pre-Construction, Mike Evans is responsible for managing the project design process.  This includes management of the planning and programming phases, including all pre-construction services such as architectural and engineering procurement, design and budgeting.

Mike attended the University of Alabama where he received his BS in Civil Engineering. Mike is married to Melinda and they have three children, Will, Ann Michael, and Emma. The Evans are very involved at Riverchase United Methodist, where Mike is a Trustee and serves on the Board of Stewards.

paul-head-250x244pxPaul Head

CFO

Paul Head began his career at Myrick, Gurosky & Associates in 1998. As the CFO of MG+A, he is responsible for all accounting and finance functions, along with Risk Management, Safety, and Warranty issues.

Paul attended Ole Miss on a football scholarship and graduated with a Masters in Accounting in 1997. While at Ole Miss, Paul was a four-year letterman in football, as well as a three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll football team member.  In 2003, Paul was the recipient of the Regions Bank “Small Business Salute” award.  He currently serves on the board of Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  Paul and his wife Leigh Anne are members of Shades Mountain Baptist Church. They have two sons, Chance and John Paul and a daughter, Ryanne.