Jones and Carter is projecting growth in all of offices for 2015. A large percentage of that growth is expected to occur in regional offices and therefore, the firm is proactively planning how the practice will be managed in the future. Outside of the Houston Metro area, capable H&H groups in the San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas offices will be supported by a second H&H Division; the H2 Division (H2). H2 will be led by Zach Toups who will be promoted to Division Manager. Zach will work closely with the regional offices to ensure they are an integral part of our practice and provide consistency across the firm.
Similar growth is expected in the other practices across southeast Texas. To accommodate this, Scott Saenger will serve as the Division Manager of the H1 Division in this area. He will continue to utilize the H&H expertise he has relied upon for the last 30 years. Additionally, in preparing for this expected growth, we are promoting Stephen Reiter to Assistant Division Manager to assist Scott in coordinating the backlog of work for the H1 division, as well as coordinating with Zach on tasks assigned to the H2 Division.
“We feel these changes are necessary to provide support for the anticipated growth of our practice, while maintaining consistency and quality to our internal and external clients.” says Rob Maxwell, Government Infrastructure Practice Leader.