J.H. Findorff & Son Inc. (Findorff) is pleased to announce the recent selection of three Company Shareholders. Chad Eschler, Kyle Olson, and Tony Sullivan will join the twelve members of Findorff's current ownership team, which includes Matt Breunig, John Feller, Brian Hornung, Bob Hougard, Luke Hutchins, Jim Martin, Jason Mattila, Christin Mlsna, Ben Pechan, Eric Plautz, Jeff Tubbs, and Jim Yehle.
"Our new shareholders represent excellence in their perspective fields and an unwavering commitment to Findorff's success," said Jim Yehle, President and CEO. "We are proud of their accomplishments and contributions to continue to move Findorff forward."
Chad Eschler has held a variety of roles within his 17 years at Findorff from Yard Superintendent to Special Projects Manager to his current role as Vice President of Business Development. Chad leads the Business Development team aligning with Findorff's growth strategy to cultivate relationships with businesses, local leaders, and potential clients. He is a member of NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association), and BioForward, and sits on the Board of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Construction Owners Association of America (COAA). Beyond the construction realm, Chad is known for his commitment to community involvement, philanthropy, and mentorship. Chad is an In Business magazine 40Under 40 alumnus.
Kyle Olson started his career with Findorff as a laborer 18 years ago and has since held roles as a Project Engineer, Project Manager, Superintendent, and now as Director of Field Operations. Kyle leads a robust team of Superintendents, Supervisors, and construction trade professionals across the country. He provides guidance, training, and support to field staff, and serves as a bridge to promote collaboration between the field and office teams. Kyle serves on the Board of Directors for Operation Fresh Start, and volunteers for WayForward Resources' (formerly known as Middleton Outreach Ministry) "Canstruction" Program, and Project Home's Hammer with a Heart. He is a 2023 recipient of In Business magazine's 40 Under 40 award.
Tony Sullivan has over 19 years of experience in the construction industry. He joined Findorff in 2014 as a Project Manager and was promoted to Director of Project Management – Healthcare in 2020. Tony leads Findorff’s Healthcare industry with a focus on project management, provides project support and strategy, and serves as a client resource to help the team continue to deliver exceptional service. His portfolio includes notable projects such as SSM Health South Madison Campus, Carle Foundation Hospital, Upland Hills Health, and countless UW Health projects. Tony serves on the Board of Directors for the Meriter Foundation and the American Heart Association - Wisconsin. He is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association (WHEA).