Brock grew up surrounded by home and boat building, having an architect father that was involved with both. He initially attended the California Maritime Academy studying Nautical Industrial Technology, intending to chase a career in logistics surrounded by ships and the water, but ended up transferring to and graduating from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.S. in Economics. After two summer internships with McGuire and Hester, Brock began his full-time employment with M&H in 1988.
Initially he was hired as a Project Accountant, a title which at the time, came with the duties of doing whatever was needed to get the job done from running a jackhammer to scheduling the work and billing the owner. From there, he was promoted to Project Manager. In 1999, Brock became the Operations Manager for M&H's then-named Underground Pipeline/Concrete Structures Division. In 2003, with company growth and some restructuring, Brock’s title changed to Area Manager. Following another company restructuring in 2016, Brock was promoted to Executive V.P. of Operations. After more than 30 years with M&H, Brock has been involved with all aspects of the Company’s operations and building projects throughout all areas where M&H performs work.