Dallas’ MYCON General Contractors Hires New Controller

As controller, Pierre Ifill will provide financial analysis and strategic guidance on project performance, cost reduction opportunities, and potential risks, the company said.

Pierre Ifill has joined Dallas-based MYCON General Contractors Inc. as controller to oversee the accounting and finance department and provide financial oversight across the company’s internal policies and procedures.

“Pierre’s leadership capabilities and extensive financial background make him an excellent addition to our team,” Malynda Dickinson, partner and CFO of MYCON, said in a statement. “His guidance will enforce our continued strategic approach in all aspects of our business and help streamline MYCON’s financial growth.”

As controller, Ifill will provide financial analysis and strategic guidance on project performance, cost reduction opportunities, and potential risks, the company said.

“MYCON’s collaborative environment is conducive to success and further growth,” Ifill said in a statement. “I am fortunate to be working with this great team of individuals to ensure this success becomes a reality.”

Ifill, a seasoned leader, brings more than 12 years of construction accounting and finance experience to MYCON.

MYCON is an award-winning national commercial contractor with annual revenues exceeding $525 million. Since 1987, MYCON’s portfolio has spanned construction categories ranging from multifamily, industrial, retail, automation, office, healthcare, religious and more.

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  • Malynda Dickinson has 18 years of financial and executive leadership experience and is responsible for MYCON's financial management and accounting functions. She's also actively involved in the business operations of MYCON, an award-winning commercial contractor.