BluSky Restoration Contractors Names Three Office Vice Presidents

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Seasoned leaders take the helm in firm's Memphis, Charlotte, and Tampa markets

"We are thrilled with the strong leadership Craig, Jack and Brian will bring to their markets." Jeff Thornsbury, BluSky VP of Human Resources

Colorado-based BluSky Restoration Contractors, LLC today announced the appointments of three office vice presidents, Craig Turner, Jack Kalinski and Brian Sullivan.

Craig Turner has been promoted to vice president of the firm’s Memphis, TN, office. Turner previously served in multiple roles in operations and human resources in the company. He is a U. S. Navy veteran, having served as an Aviation Boatswain’s Mate 3rd Class aboard an aircraft carrier home ported in Norfolk, VA. Turner holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Crichton College and earned an MBA from Union University in Tennessee.

Jack Kalinski is now vice president of BluSky’s Charlotte, NC, office. Kalinski brings over two decades of experience in residential, commercial, municipal, and federal healthcare construction to his new role with the firm. His most notable projects include work with the City of Chicago's Department of Water Management and the Chicago Housing Authority. Kalinski holds a bachelor’s degree in construction management from ITT Technical Institute in Illinois.

Brian Sullivan joins BluSky as vice president of the firm’s Tampa, FL, office. He began his branch management career in Orlando, FL, and brings nearly a decade of executive experience in the restoration industry. Sullivan holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania.

“We are thrilled with the strong leadership Craig, Jack and Brian will bring to their markets,” said Jeff Thornsbury, BluSky vice president of human resources. “They are strong reflections of our company values and they will build on BluSky’s exceptional customer experience.”

Turner, Kalinski and Sullivan will lead their teams in operations, business development, customer relationships, and project management. Turner will report to Chris Popwell, regional vice president of BluSky’s midsouth region, which oversees offices in Memphis and Nashville, TN, and Little Rock, AR. Kalinski and Sullivan will report to Kelley Brown, regional vice president of the firm’s southeast division, which oversees offices in Atlanta, Tampa, Charlotte, and Greensboro, NC.

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