Change in top leadership: Marconnet and Mason named Group Leaders
November 6, 2018
Greg Marconnet and Jeff Mason, PE, were promoted to Group Leaders. These corporate vice president roles will lead the marketing, sales and operations teams of these two high growth markets for Mead & Hunt.
Marconnet was selected to be the Group Leader for the newly created Food & Beverage Group. Mason will be taking the helm as Group Leader for the Architecture & Building Engineering Group.
“The time was ripe to transition our Food & Beverage team into a stand-alone group. They are bringing in new clients and projects at an ever-increasing rate. The addition of the Fenton, MO, engineering team last year has pushed the growth even faster,” said Andy Platz, CEO/President of Mead & Hunt. “Greg brings a wealth of industry knowledge after a long career with Kraft Foods and his current role as Business Unit Leader for our Food & Beverage team.”
Prior to his promotion to Group Leader, Mason was the Western Business Unit Leader within the Architecture & Building Engineering Group. He has been with Mead & Hunt for more than 20 years. The Architecture & Building Engineering Group focuses on aviation, military and other public and government facilities.
“Jeff is client-focused and strategic making him the perfect fit for the large and diverse Architecture & Building Engineering Group. The breadth of this group’s capabilities is increasing more and more. We need a leader who embraces the Mead & Hunt culture and will help this group continue to evolve and grow,” said Platz. “We anticipate continued growth and expansion of these markets under the new leadership.”
Platz continued that Jeff and Greg are a united front, prepared to deliver what our clients want and support our employees’ careers, adding that Mead & Hunt is wrapping up a very successful 2018 and looking forward to a promising 2019.
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