“Each member of the new senior leadership team will guide and support our divisions as we continue to grow,” said Robert Whalen, who will continue to serve as president and chief executive officer. “We also want to ensure we foster and protect the core values we’ve worked to establish over the lifetime of our business,” he added. Whalen is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing business strategies and integrating markets to drive growth while also fostering and protecting the company culture.
Additional members of the new senior leadership team include the following:
Thomas Whalen will serve as chief financial officer. Whalen’s primary responsibilities include accounting, bonding, ESOP administration, IT, and business analysis and planning.
Eric Crawford has been named chief operating officer. As COO, Crawford will manage corporate profit and loss and execute business plans, and he will be responsible for integrating and leading the company toward its operational objectives
The newly created roles of division presidents will be fulfilled by Jim Saussaman, division president for HB McClure, and Kerrin Musselman, division president for IT Landes. Saussaman and Musselman will manage labor market assessments, business planning and budgeting, sales, customer service, and capital budget for the Harrisburg and York markets and Harleysville market, respectively.
Kyle Seaman has been named senior vice president of corporate development and will be responsible for identifying and analyzing growth opportunities and executing strategic growth initiatives.
Melissa Ural has been named vice president of human resources and will be responsible for talent acquisition, employee relations, benefits, and compensation. She will also be responsible for learning and development through custom in-house training programs and safety.
HB McClure, is a leading mechanical contractor headquartered in Harrisburg, PA. The company was founded in 1914 and provides plumbing, heating, cooling, fuel oil, propane, and home comfort services to businesses and residences in Central Pennsylvania.