Brian K. Revere

Brian K. Revere is President of Breeden Construction. Brian is responsible for overseeing the construction operations for in-house developments and third-party engagements for select clients. His experience with nationally ranked developers allows him to understand the importance of managing construction costs and scheduling throughout the entire process, beginning with the due diligence stage, to ensure the success of each project.

Brian has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry with a specialized focus on multifamily housing, mixed-use developments, parking garages, retail/restaurant and tenant improvements. He joined Breeden Construction in 2003 as a project manager, responsible for overseeing the design, pre-construction and construction activities for the company’s multifamily and commercial developments. In 2011, he was promoted to President of Breeden Construction.

Prior to joining Breeden Construction, Brian served as project manager for the national REIT, Archstone-Smith, overseeing the construction of luxury multifamily projects in the Washington, DC and West Palm Beach, FL markets. He also served as an Assistant Project Manager for Bovis Lend Lease, a global project management and construction company.

Brian received his Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction from Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!). He currently resides in Chesterfield, Virginia. He enjoys boating, fishing, kayaking and Virginia Tech football games.

News & Press

"The Breeden Company has been developing in Norfolk and the surrounding area since 1967 and remains one of the preeminent developers of multi-family, commercial and single family projects on the East Coast. The past several years, Breeden has invested heavily in Norfolk and is currently developing in Ocean View as well as on the waterfront near downtown Norfolk. The Breeden Company is proud to give back to the Greater Norfolk community through volunteer work and other philanthropic efforts. We value the relationship we have with Breeden and look forward to many years of success."
- Kenny Alexander
Mayor of Norfolk, Virginia