August 27, 2015
Barton Malow Announces Southeast Region Director Level Promotions
Orlando, FL–August 27, 2015– As Barton Malow continues to experience tremendous growth as one of the top construction firms in North America, the firm’s people are growing with it as well. Barton Malow has recently promoted 3 individuals that have been instrumental in company’s success - Wayne Wright to Senior Project Director, Chris Torchia to Senior Project Director and Jason McFadden to Director – all of which are based in Barton Malow’s Southeast Region covering Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.
Jason McFadden has been promoted to Project Director. “Jason joined Barton Malow in 2005 through their LEAPS intern program and has worked diligently to keep Barton Malow on the cutting edge of technology utilization in our industry” says Senior Vice President, Rod Creach. “Jason most recently has been leading the team at DAYTONA Rising to deliver a state-of-the-art motorsports stadium, at an ultra fast pace”.
Wayne Wright has been promoted to Senior Project Director overseeing the development and execution of the healthcare market throughout Florida. Wayne joined Barton Malow in 2009 and helped to secure many projects for key clients throughout Florida. Creach states “since that time he has worked hard to build a team driven to provide the best service possible to our healthcare clients while also continuing to seek out new opportunities throughout Florida”.
Chris Torchia has also been promoted to Senior Project Director overseeing work in Georgia and the Carolinas. Chris joined Barton Malow in 2008 and began leading the Atlanta office in 2010. Since that time Chris has helped to secure new work in Georgia while also supporting the newest Barton Malow office in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Barton Malow brings a diverse portfolio in the Southeast Region with such notable current projects as the Daytona International Speedway Redevelopment, the new Orlando City MLS Soccer Stadium, multiple projects with Florida Hospital, the Columbia SC Minor League Ballpark, the University of North Florida Fieldhouse and a joint venture partnership in the construction of the New Atlanta Braves Stadium, to name a few.
About Barton Malow
Barton Malow Company provides construction management, design-build, program management, general contracting, technology and equipment installation services throughout North America. An industry leader in building information modeling (BIM) and integrated project delivery (IPD), the firm is consistently ranked as a premiere theme park and entertainment facility builder throughout the nation and specifically in the southeast. As a 90-year-old, American-owned firm, Barton Malow has a staff of over 1,600 in 12 offices and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan. Annual firm revenues exceed $1 billion. Barton Malow is an equal opportunity employer.