“Chip is a strategic thinker with outstanding technical and leadership abilities and a proven track record of building solid relationships, generating solutions, and delivering exceptional results to our clients and his fellow MYCONIANs," said Charles R. Myers, President and CEO of MYCON. "I have been looking forward to this day for many years — knowing that Chip will be a part of MYCON’s ongoing success.”
In his new role, Chip with undertake a greater responsibility for acquiring new clients, additional jobs, extending the geographical footprint to better serve clients on the east coast, specifically the southeast, and expanding business units revolving around automation and robotics.
One of Chip’s main goals for his new role is creating synergy between business in the new Nashville region and MYCON’s self-storage and retail sector — led by Jason Meuth, who was also promoted to Vice President. Chip has put the majority of his time and effort into the expansion to Nashville and is prepared to work with Meuth to win more jobs by having more local knowledge and presence. Led by Chip, MYCON currently has two active projects in Tennessee, with another one to begin later this year.
Chip received his Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University in construction science and a minor in business. During his time at Texas A&M, he was involved in the TAMU Associated General Contractors and helped with the organization of industry-sponsored student competitions, along with service to the community. He is currently a member of the ULI Local Product Council for Hospitality in the Dallas division.