Roles Align with New Business Strategy
JACKSONVILLE, FL – As part of its growth and expansion strategy, Haskell is pleased to announce three important promotions:
Jim O’Leary, currently President of Haskell’s Industrial Group, has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). Jim joined Haskell in July 1989 as an Assistant Project Manager and he has effectively served in many roles, including Vice President (Food & Beverage), Senior Vice President and Group President. Jim’s leadership and vision have been instrumental in guiding the Industrial Group’s operational success in various markets and several strategic acquisitions, including Atlanta (E²M).
John-Paul Sáenz has been promoted to Group President for the Industrial Group. John-Paul joined the Haskell team as a Project Manager in 1997 and he was quickly promoted to Senior Project Manager before becoming Vice President – Latin America Region, followed by Vice President – Food & Beverage (2003). John-Paul has been directly involved with our acquisition strategies and his leadership of Haskell’s Food & Beverage Division has made us a recognized market leader in the industry.
Paul Raudenbush has been promoted to Senior Vice President. Paul will continue to lead Haskell’s Manufacturing and Technology Division as well as provide senior leadership to Haskell’s newly created Energy Division. Paul joined Haskell as an Assistant Project Manager in 1991 and worked in project management within Industrial before becoming a Division Leader and Vice President (2001).
"Haskell's business is expanding. We have made two acquisitions in the past 60 days, expanded offices, entered the renewable energy market and are growing international operations. These promotions put proven key leaders in important roles to execute our growth strategy," said Steve Halverson, Haskell’s Chief Executive Officer.
Haskell, one of the industry’s leading integrated design, engineering and construction firms, offers client-focused solutions in the commercial, industrial and civil infrastructure markets. With more than $550 million in annual revenue and over 1,500 completed projects to date, Haskell serves a multinational client base from strategic points across the United States and in Mexico.