Hill & Wilkinson has tapped Mike Oswald as its new CEO, the Richardson, Texas, basic contractor introduced Monday in a press launch shared with Building Dive. Paul Driscoll, who held the job for 13 years, is transitioning to chairman of the board.
Oswald is a veteran of Hill & Wilkinson and served in numerous management roles for 20 years. He started his profession on the agency in 2004, earlier than being named chief working officer in 2016, the place he managed discipline operations for all divisions.
“It’s an honor and a privilege to function CEO, and I couldn’t be extra excited for the way forward for our firm,” mentioned Oswald within the launch.
Oswald is an alumni of Northern Michigan College and serves on the NMU Building Administration Advisory Board and NMU Basis Board, per the discharge.
Driscoll had a 40-year profession with the corporate — together with estimator, mission engineer, mission supervisor, group supervisor and vp — earlier than changing into CEO.
“I’m proud handy over the reins to Mike and the remainder of the manager group,” mentioned Driscoll within the launch. “I’ve confidence on this group’s dedication to proceed main H&W via many extra years of profitable development whereas all the time prioritizing our folks and companions.”
Hill & Wilkinson is making further adjustments to its government management group:
- Matt Sisco was promoted to chief working officer. Sisco has been with Hill & Wilkinson for 23 years and was beforehand government vp. On this position, he’ll oversee discipline operations for all the corporate’s divisions.
- Peyton Boddie was promoted to chief enterprise officer. Boddie has been with Hill & Wilkinson for 23 years, previously as government vp – industrial. He’s charged with figuring out and pursuing new enterprise alternatives.
- Matt Shem was promoted to president. Shem has been with Hill & Wilkinson for 18 years and was beforehand government vp – particular tasks. He’ll information folks operations, together with expertise acquisition and coaching.
With income over $400 million, Hill & Wilkinson has further workplaces in Fort Value, Austin, and Temple, Texas.