Industry veterans Lisa Tolbert, Mindy Schultz, and Mario Garza have been promoted to Vice President in their respective entities.
Barton Malow has announced the promotions of Lisa Tolbert, Mindy Schultz, and Mario Garza to Vice President in their respective entities throughout the Barton Malow Enterprise.
Lisa Tolbert will serve as the Vice President of People Experience for Barton Malow Holdings, the core services entity of the Barton Malow Enterprise. Mindy Schultz will serve as Vice President of Safety and Mario Garza as Vice President of Project Delivery (Automotive), both for Barton Malow Company, the union contractor division that leverages an integrated self-perform approach in building automotive, energy, industrial, and advanced industry projects.
Lisa joined Barton Malow in 1998 and has been instrumental in creating programs that impact team members across the enterprise, including establishing Team Member Networks, the New Hire Ambassador Program, the Awards of Excellence program, advancing DE+I efforts, and other recognition programs and events. Lisa was recognized for her work with the Ben C. Maibach Jr. Leader Award of Excellence in 2011 and by Crain’s Detroit Business with its Excellence in HR Award in the Diversity & Inclusion category in 2019.
Mindy joined Barton Malow Company as Safety Director in 2021 and has significantly impacted its safety culture since. Leading a team of about 50 safety professionals throughout the entity, Mindy has helped implement various programs to reinforce the importance of safety and instill it as each team member’s unmistakable mindset. Such efforts have resulted in drastically improved incident rates. A Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Mindy has spent her entire 20-plus year career dedicated to environmental health and safety.
Mario joined Barton Malow as a Layout Engineer in 1999 and has held a number of different roles in project delivery throughout his 25-year tenure. Mario has worked on notable projects, including the University of Michigan Stadium Expansion and Palmer Drive Development. He currently leads the Lucid Motors Advanced Manufacturing Plant project in Casa Grande, Arizona.