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Hartung Appointed to Nashville Leadership Position

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Tuesday June 27, 2017

Hartung Appointed to Nashville Leadership Position

June 27, 2017 (CINCINNATI, Ohio) – Al. Neyer has named Justin Hartung vice president of Design-Build in the firm’s Nashville office, a strategic move to grow the company’s presence in Middle Tennessee.

Hartung joined Al. Neyer’s Cincinnati office in 2012 as a project manager and most recently served as director of Design-Build. He has more than 15 years of experience in construction and project management. Hartung has managed significant projects in Greater Cincinnati including the U Square @ the Loop 275,000 SF mixed-use urban development, The Offices at Vernon Manor 185,000 SF adaptive reuse Class A office for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and The Whitfield 117-unit luxury apartment development.

Hartung will lead Al. Neyer’s design-build operations in Middle Tennessee and work with Nashville-based Vice President of Real Estate Development Rob Gage to grow the firm’s development and design-build business in the region. Hartung will report to Executive Vice President of Design-Build Jerry Tepe.

“Justin is a leader for our company, taking on transformational projects for Cincinnati Children’s and near the University of Cincinnati campus,” says Tepe. “Now he is taking on a critical role in overseeing Al. Neyer’s architecture and construction services in Nashville and helping us doggedly pursue more development and design-build business. Justin’s promotion is a calculated move that supports our goal of becoming a major player in Music City.”

“Al. Neyer’s presence in Nashville is critical to our strategy to grow the company and our pipeline,” says Hartung. “I am eager to dig in to Middle Tennessee and help our team aggressively pursue more significant projects like our Mallory Green development in Franklin, which a has already helped make our presence known in the region.”

Hartung has a Bachelor of Science in construction management from University of Cincinnati. Justin, his wife Cindy, and their three children will transfer from Cincinnati to the Greater Nashville area.

Read more about Justin’s experience at Al. Neyer here.


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