MYCON General Contractors Promotes C. Scott Pitt to VP of the Institutional Services Group

10/16/17

C. Scott Pitt

C. Scott Pitt has been promoted to vice president of MYCON’s Institutional Services Group, according to Doug Talley, MYCON’s president.

In his new position, Pitt will oversee the preconstruction efforts of the firm for all projects within the institutional market. He will also oversee the execution of these projects operationally and ensure the project team has the proper support to deliver them successfully. His turnkey responsibilities include contract negotiations and execution, construction planning and scheduling, quality control, and safety and compliance management.

A well-respected industry professional with more than 17 years of experience, Scott has worked for some of the nation’s largest construction firms where he managed more than $500MM in diverse construction projects. His project portfolio includes education, government and correctional institutions, religious/worship facilities, senior living, Class A office buildings, multifamily, and hospitality and gaming,

Says Doug Talley, “With his diverse experience, Scott Pitt has been involved in MYCON’s accelerated growth, and our clients value the expertise he brings to the table. We are pleased to recognize his contributions through this promotion.”

Pitt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering technology from Murray State University and is an active board member of Joey’s Dream Builders.

About MYCON

Founded in 1987, MYCON is an award-winning general contractor serving diverse market sectors, including industrial, commercial office, retail, healthcare, hospitality, religious and financial services, among others. With annual revenues of approximately $290 MM, MYCON has completed hundreds of commercial construction projects in the North Texas region. The firm was recently recognized as one of the fastest-growing mid-market companies in the metroplex by the Dallas Business Journal and among the Top 10 National Retail Contractors by Commercial Construction & Renovation Magazine. For more information, visit www.mycon.com.

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