Gilbane names two new executive vice presidents

Dennis Cornick and Thomas Laird join Gilbane's executive team, expanding the company's leadership to drive business goals.

June 14, 2012 |

Gilbane Building Company announced the promotion of two new executive vice presidents to its leadership team. Dennis Cornick and Thomas Laird have joined Gilbane's executive ranks to further the company's efforts toward continued growth both domestically and internationally.



A 22-year veteran of Gilbane, Dennis Cornick has been named executive vice president and national director of sales and marketing. In this position, he will help drive the growth of the organization and set strategies to complement Gilbane's operational excellence efforts.



Cornick has a long track record of success at both the regional and national levels. He has served as a senior vice president and national

director of sales and marketing for the last several years. As an EVP, Cornick will continue to champion a robust one-company approach to sales and national accounts.



Thomas Laird has also been promoted to executive vice president. Laird will continue to be responsible for Gilbane's Central region, which has

enjoyed significant growth under his leadership, and will now also assume operational responsibility of the Midwest and Delaware Valley regions as well as Gilbane's CAT Response consulting service.



Laird is a 27-year veteran of Gilbane who joined the company as a management trainee in 1986 and progressed through a number of

construction operations and leadership assignments, including regional manager of business development in the Mid-Atlantic Region, district manager in the Cleveland office and vice president, regional manager of Gilbane's Central region and senior vice president. +

 

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