Barton Malow Announces Key Leadership Transitions
SOUTHFIELD, MI Barton Malow, a leader in construction services across North America, announced key leadership transitions in the Central Region, which include two internal promotions continuing its commitment to its core purpose - Building People, Projects, and Communities.
After 29 years of service to Barton Malow Company, Sue Rogers, Vice President, will retire from the firm. Rogers has served Barton Malow in a variety of positions in finance, human resources, quality, and business development. A Ben Maibach Jr. Leadership Award Recipient, Rogers is a model of Barton Malow's core values, and has built strong relationships throughout the construction and healthcare industries.
Don Davis will assume Rogers' responsibilities and will transition to the role of Vice President of Business Development for Barton Malow's Central Region. With 24 years of service to Barton Malow, Davis has proven strengths in client development, building strong teams, and developing long term strategies for successful projects. As a Project Delivery Officer, Davis has been instrumental in maintaining strong relationships with clients including Shriners Hospital for Children, Detroit Medical Center, Beaumont Health System, McLaren Healthcare, and Trinity Health.
Teresa Miller has been promoted to Vice President, Central Region, with a primary focus on healthcare project delivery. Since joining Barton Malow as a LEAPS intern, Miller's career and responsibilities have included work on some of Barton Malow's most complex healthcare projects including the McLaren Proton Treatment Center Addition, the University of Michigan Palmer Drive Development, and St. Joseph Mercy Outpatient Surgery Center. She is also dedicated to making a community impact and has been a leader of Barton Malow's partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
"Barton Malow has a strong history of promoting from within," said Ryan Maibach, President. "Don and Teresa demonstrate a great range of experience and understanding of where we have been as a company and where we are headed. Sue, as a resource and mentor to many, will be greatly missed. We wish her a healthy and happy retirement."