Jason Arnold started working at TA Loving in 2006. He is currently serving as an Assistant Vice President as well as an acting Project Superintendent. During his time at TA Loving, he has worked at several Hospitals in Eastern NC. He has also worked at both ECU and NC State on multiple athletic projects from basketball, soccer and softball, to an indoor facility, but his ECU Pirate dedication required him to wear purple to every job meeting in Raleigh. This dedication was further rooted with his most recent project completion – the new, 218,000 square foot student center at East Carolina University.
Jason started his construction career by repairing and building farm shelters and barns. In High School, he worked on several framing crews as well as marine construction crews when he was not playing sports. He then went to attend Pitt Community College focusing on Architectural Technology. It was here his professor said he had an eye for detail, and he paid very close attention to how buildings were put together. After getting an internship at Pitt Memorial Hospital, now Vidant, in the Design and Construction Department, Jason moved into the construction industry full time to work for several local General Contractors, a National GC, and eventually landing at TA Loving, where he now calls home.
While not on the job, Jason loves spending time with his 3 children, (Kennedy 14, Korbyn 11, Karrigan 9) and supports them in all their extracurricular activities. He enjoys coaching baseball and football for his sons' teams and supporting his daughter at the horse shows in which she participates. He is also an avid outdoorsman. His son is following in his footsteps and loves offshore fishing as much as his dad. He is also excited for his upcoming nuptials on Ocracoke with Kristen Hudson in late August.
Jason also tries to give back to the community whenever possible. He serves as Property Chair at his church, serves on the administrative boards for his son’s sports leagues, and recently participated in the Pitt County Chamber Leadership program.
Jason is extremely honored that his commitment to the construction industry and the development of the next generation of builders and designers has been recognized by CAGC through their Top Young Leader program. Jason plans to continue to focus on advancing his career as well as influencing the future of the construction industry in a positive direction.