Executives Don Warren and Fred Fulmer have joined the team at Columbia's McCrory Construction.
“Growing our organization regionally and nationally requires an absolute commitment to identifying and hiring the very best talent available to aggressively pursue our vision of becoming one of America’s leading construction companies,” said Allen Amsler, McCrory president and chief executive officer.
Warren and Fulmer both came to McCrory from Florida-based Moss and Associates, where they were in senior management.
Warren will be McCrory's executive vice president. He brings to the company more than three decades of construction industry experience, many years of which he spent in executive roles. his resume includes stints as president and CEO of Suitt Construction Company in Greenville and executive vice president of the Carolinas Division of Moss and Associates.
“Don is a nationally-respected and proven leader in industrial and manufacturing facility construction, an area that we have targeted for significant growth over the next several years," said Amsler. "We are pleased to have him join the McCrory Management Team.”
Warren earned a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a founding member of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).
Fulmer, who has been in the construction business for 35 years, will be McCrory's new director of preconstruction services. He has played instrumental preconstructrion roles in projects in Florida, the Carolinas, Virginia and Texas.
Fulmer received a bachelor of science degree in building construction from Clemson University.
“Fred brings tremendous expertise and credentials to the McCrory organization and is a dynamic and customer-focused professional,” said Dennis Shealy, senior vice president of Business Development for McCrory. “As we continue to lay the groundwork for sustainable growth and expansion, we are committed to identifying and hiring the best talent available, and Fred is another key in the implementation of that strategy. We welcome him to the McCrory family.”