Kurt Heinbecker

Senior Vice President of Construction
Dallas, Texas
Joined NAP: 1990
Embracing challenges and making a positive impact on communities

Kurt Heinbecker is passionate about embracing challenges. As Senior Vice President of Construction at North American Properties’ Dallas office, Kurt is responsible for the administration of construction contracts, project specifications and manuals, materials selection and design review. He also helps  oversee North American Properties’ Risk Management Program. Kurt sees his job as an opportunity to lead and make a positive impact on communities and carries that into his personal life even when he is not working at North American Properties.  

Before coming to North American Properties in 1990, Kurt began his career as a union carpenter in Chicago and then joined the Dallas based Trammell Crow Residential Group where he earned a reputation for detail, unique design and superior craftsmanship. With more than  four decades of experience now, Kurt utilizes his sharpened knowledge of market conditions and site planning to deliver premier developments that exceed expectations. His extensive experience in multi-family, and mixed-use projects, enables him to budget, contract and build many types of developments.

Kurt not only serves the community through his work at North American Properties, but he also serves by spending Sundays in Prosper, Texas where Kurt helps transport, set up and teardown, for the weekly Church of Celebration Metro services at a local middle school.  Recently, with high expectations, Kurt has been helping the church prepare to build their new permanent campus in Prosper TX.

Read more about Kurt’s story here: Kurt Heinbecker embraces a challenge.



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