Eric Lopp Lands 2020 Class of 40 Under 40
27 March, 2020
Tulsa, OK - Eric Lopp, Senior Project Manager in our Tulsa Division, made this year's class of Oklahoma Magazine's 40 Under 40.
Eric Lopp is a rising star in the construction industry. As a senior project manager with 17+ years of experience, Crossland clients repeatedly convey that Eric is the person they trust to deliver their projects on time, within budget, and with the highest standards of quality. With degrees in both construction engineering technology and business, as well as multiple safety and technology-based certifications, Eric brings a robust skill set and leadership authority to his role with Crossland. He is an advocate for quality, safety, and financial responsibility. Eric recognizes that a large part of being a leader is the ongoing collaboration with all members of a team, so that the end result exemplifies the kind of excellence only found through the sum of a joint effort.
Eric also employs his advocacy mindset outside the workplace, regularly volunteering at a local food bank. Additionally, he participated in Leadership Tulsa, a joint project of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce and the Junior League of Tulsa to help young professionals connect to their communities and effect positive change.
Eric Lopp definitely makes Oklahoma a better place to live and work.
Here is Eric's story. Article/Video by Oklahoma Magazine.
Eric Lopp manages a variety of construction projects in his daily routine and enjoys his impact on the Oklahoma skyline. His favorite part of the job is the “ability to change a community by adding something new or bringing something that was old back to life,” he says. “The world of construction is ever changing and evolving. You get to bring ideas to life.” Creating community spaces is the joy of his job – citing the completion of Tulsa’s Gathering Place as his career highlight. Doing everything correctly and treating others with respect are at the core of Lopp’s leadership style. “At the end of the day, it’s important to do what is right – right for your clients, right by your company and, most importantly, right by you,” he says. In his off time, Lopp enjoys visiting and working on his family farm in Kansas, traveling, hunting, riding his bike and doing yoga. He also volunteers with the local food bank because “knowing that you are helping ensure everyone is getting access to food is something that is important.”