Centex Rooney Construction Co., Inc. Announces Four Officer Appointments.
PLANTATION, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 30, 2002
Raymond Southern, Chief Executive Officer of Centex Rooney Construction Co., Inc., is pleased to announce the following managers have been promoted to Vice President:
Mike Carlin, from Senior Project Manager Sean DeMartino, from Senior Project Manager Tom Ennis, from Manager of Business Development Adam Pearlman, from Senior Project Manager
"These four individuals exemplify the character, commitment and leadership talent we value at Centex Rooney. In their respective roles, all have contributed to the overall success of the company and will continue to be important leaders in the future," said Southern.
Mike Carlin, 35, joined Centex Rooney after graduating from the University of Florida in 1989 with a degree in building construction. He has served as estimator, project engineer, project manager, superintendent, and senior project manager. Several of the noteworthy projects Mike has associated with include the 20,000 seat Office Depot Center (formerly the National Car Rental Center), the 1,350-room Lucayan Plaza Beach Resort, the Atlantis Resort & Casino, and the New Orleans Harrah's Casino. Mike is currently managing multiple renovation projects for Boca Resorts, Inc. in Naples and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Sean DeMartino, 33, joined Centex Rooney in 1993 as a project engineer, after graduating from the University of Florida with a B.S. in building construction. He quickly rose to senior project manager responsible for significant projects and areas of construction on several Disney resorts, including the recently completed 1.2-million-square-foot, 2,880-room Disney Pop Century Resort; Disney's 5,760-room, three-phase All Star Resort; and 2,000-room Coronado Springs Resort. Sean is currently managing multiple residential resort assignments for Arvida, a division of St. Joe, in the WaterSound resort located in northwest Florida.
Tom Ennis, 40, joined Centex Rooney in Tampa in 1999 and relocated to Orlando in 2000 to head up business development for the Central Florida division. He has had a key role in the company's success on several projects, most notably the $150 million University of Central Florida Center for the Performing Arts and the $98 million Osceola County Convention Center. Tom has more than 16 years of experience in the construction industry and has served as project coordinator, project engineer, project manager and senior project manager. He has served in a business development role for the past five years. Tom graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in building construction.
Adam Pearlman, 34, joined Centex Rooney in 1993. Adam has worked in Central Florida for most of his nine years with the company. He has served as project engineer, project manager and senior project manager on resort and corrections projects. Notable projects include Disney's 2,000-room Coronado Springs Resort and Convention Center, Disney's 5,760-room All Star resort, and the latest 1,310-room Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort. Adam is currently managing the construction of three 1,000-bed prison complexes for the state of North Carolina.
Centex Rooney, Florida's largest general contractor and construction manager, is a subsidiary of Centex Construction Group, a division of Centex Corporation (NYSE:CTX). Through other subsidiaries, Dallas-based Centex ranks as one of America's largest home builders and non-bank-affiliated retail mortgage originators. Centex also has operations in home services, financial services and investment real estate, and owns a majority interest in a publicly held construction products company. Centex ranks No. 1 for the third consecutive year on FORTUNE magazine's list of "America's Most Admired Companies" in the engineering and construction category.