Don Greenland III is the Vice Chairman of The Nabholz Group and Leadership Coach for Nabholz Construction Corporation, a privately held Arkansas-based construction services organization. Don also facilitates company strategic planning conferences and large project partnering conferences that include owner, design, and construction Teams.
Nabholz is an ENR Top 400 general contractor with 1,200+ employees based in 15 permanent offices in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Nabholz maintains over 30 distinct groups specializing in construction, service, industrial, excavation, millwork, environmental, equipment, and energy.
Since 1984, Don has enjoyed a long career within the Nabholz organization serving in a variety of positions including Estimator/Project Manager, Specialty Group Manager, Executive Vice President of Operations, Operations President, 18+ years as Chief Operating Officer, and Strategic Growth Officer.
Don is a graduate of Stuttgart High School (Stuttgart, Arkansas) and the University of Louisiana at Monroe (formerly Northeast Louisiana University) with a BS degree in Construction Management. He continues to serve on the ULM School of Construction Management Industry Advisory Council (past Chairman).
Don is a former National President of the American Society of Professional Estimators. He is a graduate of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). He remains an active member of YPO-Gold. He has previously served on non-profit boards including Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Conway Interfaith Clinic, and the Conway Symphony Orchestra. Don currently serves on the board of Quapaw Area Council (Boy Scouts of America), Arkansas Community Foundation (past Chairman), Community Foundation of Faulkner County (past Chairman), Faulkner County Emergency Food & Shelter Program Board, and the Conway Airport Advisory Committee.
Don is married to his college sweetheart Angela, since 1983. She is a retired instructor at the University of Central Arkansas in early childhood education. They have a daughter Megan, Vice President of an Industry Association, and a son Carter, a real estate agent. Don is a semi-professional musician for the classic rock band Yesteryear and plays in a contemporary Christian group for church services. His hobbies include mission trips, service projects, hunting, fishing, travel, and family activities.