“The electrical contracting industry has undergone rapid transformation, and Rosendin’s Executive Leadership Team has been instrumental to ensuring our company and people are at the forefront of change,” Greenawalt said. “Keith Douglas will be leading the charge to prepare for the next evolution in construction, and I am proud to pass the torch to such a talented and respected leader.”
With over 30 years of experience, Douglas joined Rosendin as a Division Manager in 2012 to open the Mid-Atlantic operations as the company expanded its national footprint into the East. Under his leadership, operations in the region quickly grew as Rosendin became one of the largest electrical contractors on the East Coast. Beginning in 2020, Douglas became the Chief Operating Officer of the Eastern Region, serving on the Executive Leadership Team. Over the next four years, he oversaw and grew operations at nine regional offices.
Hisaka will join the Executive Leadership Team after 12 years in Rosendin’s finance team, serving most recently as Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer. In his new role, Hisaka will lead initiatives to drive efficiency and support Rosendin’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan. He will also continue as a Board Member for The Rosendin Foundation, which he helped launch to support nonprofits nationwide.
Hart has been with Rosendin for 33 years, serving most recently as Senior Vice President. She has grown the company’s market reach and reputation as a top workplace in San Jose. Her career at Rosendin began in 1990 when she took a job as a receptionist and carved her path to leadership, mentoring and inspiring women throughout the construction industry.
After collectively serving 57 years at Rosendin, Greenawalt and Rundquist will retire in January 2025. Greenawalt and Rundquist will remain on the Executive Leadership Team through 2024, serving in Emeritus positions to ensure a smooth transition to the new leaders.
“Thanks to the dedication and focus of Rosendin’s Executive Leadership Team and leaders throughout our organization like Mike Greenawalt and Lorne Rundquist, we have retained our high standards and emerged from the pandemic stronger and well-positioned for a new chapter of innovation,” Douglas said. “I am proud of the work we have done and look forward to adopting new ideas and technologies that have the potential to change the industry fundamentally.”