Gray President Named Top Young Professional by Engineering News-Record Midwest
Gray is proud to announce Curt Hargrove, president of Gray Development, has been named a Top Young Professional by Engineering News-Record (ENR) Midwest.
ENR’s Top Young Professionals is an annual contest that recognizes up-and-coming regional construction industry professionals who exhibit notable achievements in terms of career and industry leadership, community service, and creating landmark projects.
“Being named a Top Young Professional by ENR is a tremendous honor and speaks volumes to the opportunities that Gray has provided me throughout by career,” says Hargrove. “Without the wisdom obtained from leadership coupled with the freedom to explore and advance in my career, I wouldn’t be here today.”
Hargrove began his career at Gray at a part-time team member in the mail room. He then began an internship with Gray and never looked back. Hargrove has held various positions during his time with the company, including intern, field engineer, project manager, a number of positions within business development, vice president, and now his current position as president of Gray Development.
“Curt is a perfect example that personal growth really does precede company growth,” says Stephen Gray, president & CEO, Gray, Inc. “As Curt has advanced throughout his career, he has been instrumental in a multitude of successful projects and customer relationships, and the business is in a better position as a result.”
Gray is a fully integrated, global service provider deeply rooted in engineering, design, construction, smart manufacturing, and equipment manufacturing services. Consistently recognized as a leader in the industry, we focus on the following markets for domestic and international customers: Food & Beverage, Manufacturing, Automotive, Distribution, Mission Critical, and Commercial.
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