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Turner Construction expands Self-Perform Operations in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — Turner Construction Company announced Jan. 7 an expansion of its Self-Perform Operations (SPO) division in Huntsville, with four veteran employees being promoted to senior roles.

Turner’s SPO division handles a wide range of specialized construction tasks including concrete foundation and excavation work, drywall and carpentry. This increases efficiency during the pre-construction phase of projects, ensuring a high level of quality and safety while enabling greater control over project schedules from their earliest stages.

One of these veteran employees, Shannon Hines, has been promoted to national SPO director. In this role, Hines will work to maximize growth and profitability of Turner’s self-perform capabilities on a national level. Hines joined the company in 1992 and has been a senior vice president at Turner since 2011.

After previously serving as a senior project manager, Dick Conway has been promoted to project executive. Conway’s new responsibilities will include supporting project teams in the SPO group, as well as with subcontracted work. He has been with Turner for a combined period of 10 years.

Brendan McCormick will retain his current title of industrial project executive, but he will now oversee the development of Turner’s new fabrication shop, which will be operational early this year. He will also support growth in the manufacturing and industrial market as Turner invests in resources and increases its capabilities. McCormick has been with Turner since 2000.

Brandon Tucker has been promoted to self-perform manager, where he will oversee the company’s traditional SPO offerings. Tucker’s promotion comes after joining Turner in 2008 and saving as a project engineer.

“As we expand Turner’s Self-Perform Operations nationally and prepare to open our new fabrication shop in early 2019, we knew we needed the right people to fill these vital roles,” said John Gromos, vice president and general manager at Turner. “Shannon, Brendan, Dick and Brandon have each distinguished themselves during their years at Turner, and their knowledge and experience will be key to our success as we constantly improve our existing self-perform services and expand into new ones.”

Turner Construction is an international construction services company based in North America. Turner Construction/Huntsville has played a significant role in the Huntsville community since opening the local office in 1955. Turner’s Huntsville resume includes such iconic buildings as the Davidson Center for Space Exploration and its freestanding Saturn V rocket, the Von Braun Center, ADTRAN, the Shelby Center at The University of Alabama – Huntsville, Raytheon, the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce and the Huntsville Public Library. Its clients include the City of Huntsville, USACE – Redstone, the State of Alabama, the City of Madison and Limestone County. Learn more about the Huntsville office at turnerconstruction.com/office-network/huntsville or follow Turner on Twitter at @TurnerMidSouth.

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