TDIndustries Appoints 4th Chief Executive in Company’s 77-Year History

The company said that Frank Musolino has driven strategic initiatives across multiple markets throughout his career and has excelled in leading organizations through significant growth.

TDIndustries Inc. has appointed Frank Musolino as the fourth chief executive officer of the Dallas-based provider of cutting-edge facilities services and mechanical construction solutions.

The company said that Musolino’s appointment is a milestone in its 77-year history.

“Frank Musolino is well-suited to lead TD toward a dynamic future,” TDIndustries Board Chair Paul Minton said in a statement. “Frank has a remarkable track record as a visionary leader, skilled at uniting teams to deliver exceptional customer value. His forward-thinking vision for the evolution of construction and facilities services seamlessly aligns with TD’s next chapter of innovation and growth.”

The company said that Musolino has driven strategic initiatives across multiple markets throughout his career and has excelled in leading organizations through significant growth. He oversaw a national, multi-trade contractor’s expansion, resulting in revenue exceeding $1 billion.

Musolino’s roles have included chief executive officer, chief operating officer, executive vice president and preconstruction executive, TDIndustries said.

In addition to his leadership roles in business, Musolino has demonstrated a commitment to supporting the community, the company said. He is the chair of the Tampa Bay advisory board for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and he recently completed a four-year term as honorary commander at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

“TD is an exceptional company that places a premium on servant leadership, a philosophy that deeply resonates with me,” Musolino said in a statement. “I am honored to have been entrusted with guiding this company into the future. TD has significant opportunities ahead as we remain committed to evolving and adapting to meet the ever-expanding needs of our customers. It is truly a privilege to work for and together with the most talented employee-owners and leaders in the industry.”

Harold MacDowell, who in April announced his plans to step down as CEO after 18 years, said he’s confident in Musolino’s capabilities.

“I know Frank is the right leader at the right time for TD. His ability to blend intellect with empathy and fully grasp TD’s remarkable culture assures me he is well-positioned for success. I’m looking forward to following TD’s accomplishments for years to come,” MacDowell said.

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