Executive Leadership

For about nine years, Tom played a significant role in the management decision-making for Barton Malow Company.  It is a $1.6 billion national construction services firm with market expertise that includes health, education, manufacturing, power, sports, federal, and specialty contracting.  For over five years, Tom was Executive Vice President of Barton Malow Company and its parent holding company.  He was one of the top two or three leaders of the organization; he reported directly to the Chairman/CEO.  He also held positions as Secretary and member of the Board of Directors of both entities.  He was one of the most significant stockholders apart from the family that holds the controlling interest.

As a core member of the senior leadership team, Tom participated in decisions for all aspects of the business including strategy, organizational development, business planning, operations, and administration.  His line authority extended to all corporate service functions (Accounting, Corporate Affairs, Diversity, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal, Marketing, Risk Management, Quality, Safety).  He was chairman of, and had profit and loss responsibility for, the company's captive insurer.   From 2001 to 2004, Tom was a Senior Vice President of Barton Malow Company and its parent.  During those years, Tom exercised important influence on the company's overall direction, including service on various management committees and task forces.

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