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Clancy & Theys Announces Employee Promotions

Over the last several months we have had numerous employees take the next step in their careers at Clancy & Theys Construction Company. Please join us in congratulating the following employees on their promotions and thanking them for their commitment to the Clancy Way.

  • Bobby Anweiler promoted to senior project manager
    • Since joining Clancy & Theys five years ago, Bobby has proved himself to be a true team player, ready to help whoever is in need. He has been an integral part of our success on numerous projects for Wake County Schools and the YMCA. We look forward to what the future holds for Bobby as he grows in his new role.
  • Heath Barnacascel promoted to project manager
    • Heath started with Clancy & Theys four years ago as an assistant project manager in our Newport News office, where he worked on several large projects, including the award-winning Virginia Urology headquarters. After transferring to our Raleigh office, Heath continued his momentum and is currently working on a fast-track student housing project. Heath is a confident leader, who knows how to get the most out of his entire project team—something we know will be an asset to his future projects.
  • Antonio Cooper promoted to EHS Coordinator
    • Antonio, who has been with Clancy & Theys for six years, began his career working in the field. He quickly developed a passion for safety and transitioned to the role of onsite safety officer for some of our largest and most high-profile projects.  Antonio has taken an active role in his professional development by taking courses to better his credentials and further his education. We are confident Antonio will bring his positive attitude and enthusiasm for a safe job to every one of his projects.
  • Shannon Edwards promoted to project accountant
    • For 16 years Shannon has provided accounting assistance to our Wilmington office as an accounting clerk. The skills she has gained and her attention to detail will be instrumental in her new role as she provides accounting support to our project teams.
  • Michael Goodson promoted to senior project manager
    • For the last five years, Michael has put his expertise to work as a project manager in our Wilmington office. We are eager to watch his success continue his current projects, the Flats on Front and Rivers Walk. In addition to his project management role, Michael also serves on our Future Leaders and Operations Committee.
  • Elizabeth Hartsfield promoted to project manager
    • Elizabeth has been part of our team for eight years. During that time, she worked closely with one of our most established senior project managers to learn the ins and outs of the construction process and complete several successful public projects. Elizabeth has already shown she is up to the challenge of being a project manager and is currently leading a medical office building project in Raleigh.
  • Alex Holt promoted to project management assistant
    • Although she has only been with Clancy & Theys for two years, Alex has proven to be an invaluable resource to her project teams. After excelling as a field clerk, she is now serving as a project management assistant on the Flats on Front and North Waterfront Park projects in Wilmington.
  • Mike Infinger promoted to Director of Information Technology
    • Mike joined Clancy & Theys seven years ago and has managed a transformation of our IT organization. Under his leadership we have reduced business continuity risk to the organization, implemented applications that improve workflow throughout our business, implemented mobile access to key applications, migrated our infrastructure to the cloud, and improved support for our end users. We look forward to Mike’s skillful management as we continue to broaden and strengthen our technology systems.
  • Kenneth Jennings promoted to project manager
    • With more than nine years working in the construction industry, including three with Clancy & Theys, Kenneth quickly worked his way from project engineer to project manager. He recently completed the City of Inverness Downtown Redevelopment Project, successfully coordinating and leading the project from start to finish. Kenneth relocated to Raleigh to expand his experience as a project manager. We are convinced that his positive attitude, dedication, and ability to use his passion for professional development will lead to his continued success.
  • David Lane promoted to project manager
    • During his five years at Clancy & Theys, David has worked with one of our top project executives for one of our largest clients. David has been a critical part of the project team’s success by delivering every one of his projects on schedule and fostering a strong relationship with our client. David is currently focusing on our Peace Project and will also be increasing his level of involvement in the Harrington Office Building project, the future home of our Raleigh office.
  • Amy Lindley promoted to marketing and proposal specialist
    • Amy has served Clancy & Theys for nearly 14 years. She began her career as an administrative assistant for the Wilmington office, eventually taking on additional duties as the office’s marketing coordinator. Amy’s talent and dedication are unmatched and have been an asset to the entire Company. Beyond her marketing role, Amy helps organize office events, including the recent 35th-anniversary celebration, and she serves on multiple committees.
  • Tony Martin projected to assistant superintendent
    • Tony’s career with Clancy & Theys spans nearly three decades. He began his career with us thirty years ago and worked as a foreman for 18 years. After taking a six-year hiatus, Tony returned to the company in 2014, where he served on numerous successful projects including Live Oak Bank Buildings Two and Three. His new role as assistant superintendent will take him to Boone, North Carolina, where he will work on Rivers Walk, a mixed-use student housing project.
  • Hugo Martinez promoted to marketing associate
    • Hugo joined us last summer as a marketing and business development intern in our Raleigh office, where he gained invaluable experience working closely with two mentors. After graduating in December from William Peace University with a degree in Marketing, Hugo moved into a temporary position assisting our marketing efforts and has recently transitioned into a permanent role. He has been a tremendous asset by supporting company-wide marketing initiatives and providing direct help to multiple offices.
  • Marc Miller promoted to project manager
    • In just two years, Marc has quickly grown into his role as a project manager. Upon joining our team, Marc brought with him extensive experience working on various projects throughout Central Florida to include Disney Springs, Orlando International Airport South Terminal GMP-1S, and the reconstruction of the Hulk Rollercoaster at Universal Studios theme park. He is currently providing project management and coordination to the Westminster Baldwin Park Phase II project team while continuing to build upon his experience as a project manager. Marc works diligently and learns quickly, and we are positive he will continue to succeed in his new role.
  • Hugh Overman promoted to assistant superintendent
    • Hugh has spent the last three years honing his skills as a foreman for our Wilmington office. We are excited to see him utilize these skills as an assistant superintendent for the new addition Whiteville High School.
  • Gary Phillips promoted to assistant superintendent
    • After working on numerous projects as a foreman for the Wilmington office over the last year and a half, Gary has recently taken on the new role of assistant superintendent for the Pier at Coastal Carolina University. We are confident Gary will continue to grow as he takes on his new responsibilities.
  • Joe Rider promoted to senior project manager
    • Joe began his career at Clancy & Theys three years ago. After getting his feet wet in a few different projects, he took on the project management of the new Aloft Hotel in Wilmington. Joe’s leadership has been essential to the progress of this hospitality project, which is slated to be complete next spring. Joe also supports the company as a member of the Future Leaders and Operations Committee, as well as the Employee Engagement Committee.
  • Robert Stone Jr. promoted to superintendent
    • Robert began his career with Clancy & Theys more than ten years ago as a project engineer/assistant superintendent, where he worked on some of our Florida office’s most demanding and complicated projects. He is known for his tireless work ethic and dedication to completing the most difficult jobs – a passion that cannot be taught. He currently is working alongside the dedicated Westminster Baldwin Park Phase II project team and is excelling in his new role.

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