Bill McDonnell has been named vice president of operations at Dallas-based MYCON General Contractors, a role in which he will oversee its efforts to improve operational performance by fostering personnel development, enhance training and mentoring programs, streamline operations from office to field, and maximize efficiencies, quality, and safety.
“Bill is a relationship-driven professional with extensive technical skills,” MYCON President and CEO Charles R. Myers said in a statement. “His attention to detail and ability to look at the big picture will be imperative in finetuning our processes — helping us become more efficient builders.”
The company said that McDonnell will leverage his diverse experience from both field and office roles to create strategic partnerships, identify opportunities for change, and lead colleagues toward the highest standards of excellence.
“Bill’s background and thorough understanding of construction processes will support the overall cohesion of our project teams,” Myers added.
A seasoned leader with over 29 years of experience in the commercial construction industry, McDonnell has project experience spanning the industrial, retail, grocery, automotive, healthcare, aviation, and high-rise residential markets. Most recently, he served as project executive on the largest hospital expansion in Oklahoma history, The OU Health University of Oklahoma Medical Center – North Tower, MYCON said.
McDonnell entered the construction industry at a young age, working summers at his father’s concrete contracting company.
MYCON General Contractors is a leading commercial contractor with annual revenues exceeding $500 million. Since 1987, its portfolio has spanned construction categories ranging from hospitality, industrial, and institutional to office, retail, religious, healthcare, and more.
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