MEET THE TEAM

JOHN O. GRADLE, P.E.

Co-Founder/Owner

John is a company co-founder and current owner within Milestone Construction, Inc. Prior to founding Milestone Construction, Inc., John was involved in the design and construction of high end custom retirement and health care communities with projects throughout the mid-west and the state of Florida. He has extensive experience in the areas of civil and architectural design along with construction management/general construction. John graduated from Purdue University in 1975 with honors in Civil Engineering, is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Indiana and is a current member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honorary. John I s a past president and board member of the local Kosciusko County chapter of the National Builder's Association. He is a past president and board member of the Wawasee School System Building Trades Program and is currently a member of the "Project Lead the Way" advisory board, a national program created to promote the field of engineering to high school students.

John is a company co-founder and current owner within Milestone Construction, Inc. Prior to founding Milestone Construction, Inc., John was involved in the design and construction of high end custom retirement and health care communities with projects throughout the mid-west and the state of Florida. He has extensive experience in the areas of civil and architectural design along with construction management/general construction. John graduated from Purdue University in 1975 with honors in Civil Engineering, is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Indiana and is a current member of Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honorary. John I s a past president and board member of the local Kosciusko County chapter of the National Builder's Association. He is a past president and board member of the Wawasee School System Building Trades Program and is currently a member of the "Project Lead the Way" advisory board, a national program created to promote the field of engineering to high school students.