Vice President of Operations
Rick is responsible for providing operational and construction consistency and reliability, and achieving the expected results for PMI’s valued clients, business partners, and internal customers—throughout multiple business regions. Rick is integral to the growth of the company and the continued development of our operations systems, processes, and procedures.
Rick brings over 35 years of experience serving the industrial construction industry. During the course of his career, Rick has held positions as a Union Craftsman, an Owner’s representative, a Construction Manager, a Project Manager, a sSenior Project Manager, an Estimator, and an Equipment and mMaterial Supply-side Manager.
For over 18 years, Rick has led the development and implementation of internal training programs designed to define and teach company culture and operational core values and principles to staff and supervision.
Rick holds a degree in business management with a minor in business administration.
Rick has engaged in extensive industry-specific education through various trade organizations, including:
- Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)
- Institute for Project Management, University of Texas
- Construction Project Management, George Washington University
- Advanced Leadership Institute, Babson University
Additionally, Rick has extensive project and corporate management experience that includes the following industries and specialties: petrochemical, construction, maintenance and turnarounds; power generation construction and maintenance; manufacturing and food service construction and renovation..
The Personal Side
Rick is married and has two sons. He enjoys boating, golfing, traveling, and professional sports, especially golf, baseball, and football. Rick serves as President of his high school’s Board of Regents, is an assistant high school football coach, sits on the School Board Advisory Committee, and participates in school fund raising and capital improvement programs. He is also a Cub Scout Den Leader.