New President for Novak Commercial Construction

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Morgan McLaughlin named new President of Novak Commercial Construction

Morgan McLaughlin, President of Novak Commercial Construction

Novak Brothers, this week, announced the appointment of Morgan McLaughlin as its new President of Novak Commercial Construction. With over 18 years of experience in the construction industry, McLaughlin, who previously served as Partner and Vice President at Novak Commercial Construction, has an extensive background in developing, managing and delivering various nationwide roll-out concepts. “Morgan’s character, passion and wealth of experience, made this a very easy decision for us,” says Jeff Novak, Novak Brothers’ Founding Partner and Chief Architect of Business Direction and Development. “Morgan’s success with client acquisition, along with his ability to build and maintain long-term relationships, has created a great number of opportunities for our company.”

During his three years at Novak, Mclaughlin helped the company secure over 100 million in contracts. “I am thankful and excited to be a part of the continued growth at Novak Brothers,” says McLaughlin. “The core values instilled in our team, create an environment of trust, teamwork and accountability. I am confident that this new chapter will bring us many more opportunities, and with the smart, collaborative minds and enthusiastic energy of our team, the future looks very bright!”

Novak Commercial Construction is a general contractor that offers design/build services, construction and construction management for various client types. Novak Commercial Construction specializes in retail, high end and fast casual restaurants, industrial and automotive facilities, medical and institutional clients and mixed-use developments. Known for providing seamless integration between development & pre-construction services through project completion, Novak Commercial Construction’s mission is to create, build and facilitate long term relationships while adding value to owners, tenants and their communities.

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