Chad Goodfellow Named CEO for Goodfellow Bros., Inc.
Goodfellow Bros., Inc. announced the appointment today of Chad Goodfellow as Chief Executive Officer of the heavy-civil construction company.
Chad Goodfellow previously served as president for eight years and is a fourth-generation owner in the company’s 97-year history.
“This is very humbling for me. I love this company and the construction industry. With our outstanding team of dedicated professionals, I believe we have a lot of exciting work to look forward to and a bright future ahead,” said Goodfellow of the announcement.
When asked about his vision for the future, his message is simple, “to better the company through embracing the principles of continuous improvement.”
“When we improve our company, we improve the industry and make a lasting positive impact,” said Chad Goodfellow.
Former CEO, Steve Goodfellow, will maintain his leadership role as Chairman of the Board of Directors. “This is a very exciting time for our company. Chad and his management team have done an outstanding job over the past several years building on our mission to be the contractor of choice for our clients, employees and our communities,” said Steve Goodfellow.
Chad Goodfellow also announced new Division President Titles for the following individuals:
- Ed Brown, State of Hawaiʻi
- Joe Correy, State of Oregon
- Lane Shinnick, Washington State
These individuals join the company’s existing Division President in California, Brian Gates.
Company executives say each Division President is a 20-year veteran GBI employee who has already built vibrant business units in their respective regions. The title change reflects their current responsibilities as they continue to grow and identify new market segments and opportunities for GBI.
“Each of these leaders has earned the title of Division President,” said Chad Goodfellow. “They represent the values of our company, and do a great job building quality work with quality teams and engaging in their respective communities to make a positive impact,” he said.