DALLAS, Texas — Industry veteran Michael J. Kotubey, LEED AP, has been appointed Dallas, Texas president of TDIndustries. Kotubey will be responsible for the firm’s Service and Construction groups in Dallas, representing approximately $130 million in annual revenue.
With an extensive background in healthcare projects, Kotubey’s recent experience includes working on the 752,000-square-foot Martin Army Community Hospital in Georgia and the Akron Children’s Hospital ambulatory care center and critical care tower in Ohio. Kotubey was contacted for this project one year after presenting at a national Lean construction conference.
“Finding an industry leader who is widely respected and whose values match our partner-driven culture was the greatest challenge,” said MacDowell. “Mike delivers on all accounts. He has a passion for growing people and exceeding customer expectations. His reputation and strong experience in the markets that TDIndustries serves, especially on large healthcare and energy projects, will enable us to continue to grow significantly in the southwestern region of the U.S.”
Formerly the president of Kansas City-based MMC Contractors, Kotubey brings more than 20 years of experience in the specialty contracting business to TDIndustries. He is nationally recognized for his expertise and leadership in Lean construction through The Associated General Contractors of America and the Lean Construction Institute, where he has served as co-founder and community of practice president.