Industry-leading industrial construction and fabrication company enhances leadership team with the addition of new president and COO to oversee growth and employee development.
COATESVILLE, PA. – JGM, an industry-leading industrial construction and fabrication company based in Coatesville, Pennsylvania is proud to appoint Downingtown, Pennsylvania resident, Kevin Traynor, as president and COO.
“With over 22 years’ experience in executive positions in a variety of industries, including real estate development, construction, steel fabrication, mining, and oil and gas, Kevin has the experience and leadership abilities needed to build a great team that is positioned for growth,” said Joe Messner, Jr., founder and CEO of JGM. “As a previous member of JGM’s leadership team, and longtime investor and advisor, I know Kevin will help position JGM for smart growth to achieve our long-term goals.”
In his role, Kevin Traynor will be responsible for strategically managing JGM’s business operations, implementing a training and apprenticeship program to recruit and develop new team members, serving as a mentor for individuals in the trade, and positioning the company for ongoing expansion.
After graduating from Drexel University with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil/structural engineering, Traynor began his career as a project manager for a Philadelphia-based construction management company specializing in multimillion-dollar commercial construction projects for fortune 500 customers. Throughout his career, Traynor has been an integral part of starting and growing a full service commercial real estate development company, frac sand mining and manufacturing business, a veteran-owned investment company, and a successful consulting business to assist individual investors manage the challenges of real estate and construction startup and growth, as well as many other noteworthy accomplishments.
“We’re pleased to welcome Kevin back to the JGM family and look forward to how he will strategically position our company for growth over the coming years,” added Messner.