Spear Construction inc. handles residential and commercial needs in the surrounding county areas.
Get to know Brian Spear
Brian Spear – Professional Portrait
Brian Spear began his career as most high-school students do; employed in a fast-food
restaurant. After working his way through school, he sought a more ambitious career, and
by 1992 was building houses as a carpenter. Revered by his peers and employers, Brian
quickly rose through the ranks, and within a short time he was working on commercial
But young Brian Spear had big dreams. Having learned what it takes to run a successful
construction business from his mentors, Brian decided to try his hand as a general
contractor. He founded Spear Construction, and quickly went to work hand-picking an
assortment of professionals for his team. After just a few short years, Spear Construction
became the most reputable construction firm in St. Louis.
Brian’s role within Spear Construction is to oversee operations for every aspect of the
company. Having designed, built and renovated hundreds of single and multi-unit homes,
Spear Construction is the name clients think of when they need a professional job done at
a price that falls within their budget.
Brian also became recognized for his charitable contributions to the community. He
sponsors several local baseball teams, frequently gives to food drops and has volunteered
parts of his construction team to work on deteriorating community schools. As the owner
of two commercial properties, Brian has proven a fair and generous superintendent by
allowing tenants to skip a month of rent from time to time.
Brain has also made contributions on a global scale, namely through Angel Arms. A
temporary home for abandoned foster children, Angel Arms has provided our neglected
youth with a reason to hope, and thanks to people like Brian they will be able to provide
essential services to these children for a long time to come.
In his spare time Brian likes to frequent local concerts, race cars at Spring Mountain
Raceway and Gateway International, and work on side projects. In fact, one of his
projects, a relay assembly that he developed in 2008, is being designed by a team at
St. Louis is a wonderful city with great parks, homes, businesses, and opportunities.