is a native of Ohio
where he attended the University
of Cincinnati and
received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. After graduation Skip went to work with Mosser
Construction, a nationally known general contractor based in Toledo, Ohio. He stayed with Mosser for his entire
career, starting as a carpenter and retiring as CEO of the company. In the middle of his career, while working
as Senior Project Manager, he taught a Construction Management curriculum at Bowling Green State University. He has also served as a Facilitator and is
a strong advocate for Partnering in construction. He has
served on several construction industry Boards of Directors. Skip retired and moved with his wife to Tennessee in 2000.
experience with Mosser has covered every facet of construction. He has served as superintendent, estimator,
operations manager, vice president, president and CEO. In 1972 he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia
to establish a satellite office for Mosser.
Later, Skip was responsible for bringing Partnering to Mosser and has
received the AGC’s “Marvin Black Excellence in Partnering” National Award. Also, as CEO of Mosser, he was awarded the
AGC’s “2000 Build America Award.” He
was a part of Mosser’s establishment of an ESOP, and served for years as
Trustee. He has held every office in
the Ohio Contractor’s Association and was inducted in the OCA’s Hall of Fame
in 1999. Skip
joined Professional Construction Consulting, Inc. in 2000.
standard it is indeed rare for someone to stay with one company throughout
his entire career, and retire as its CEO.
Such an accomplishment would not be possible without exceptional organization,
management and leadership skills. Skip
has the unique blend of one who enjoys the work of the self-performance
crafts yet has the skills to manage and grow a company into one of Ohio’s largest general
contractors. These credentials have
resulted in Skip being selected as President and/or Director of community
organizations, Advisor to Community Colleges, and Trustee for construction
related monetary funds.