Manhattan Construction Group Announces John Reyhan as New President of Subsidiary Manhattan Construction Company
TULSA, Okla. (September 23, 2013) – Oklahoma-based Manhattan Construction Group, a nationally ranked civil and building construction firm, has named John Reyhan as president of its building construction subsidiary, Manhattan Construction Company.
Reyhan will be responsible for the company’s overall strategic direction and the achievement of specific company goals and objectives, including performance of quality construction services and development of career opportunities for its employees.
Manhattan has operations in in Dallas, Austin and Houston, Texas; Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota and Tampa, Fla.; the Washington, D.C. Regional area; Atlanta, Ga.; and Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Okla. Reyhan will be based in Atlanta.
“We are fortunate to have John join our management team,” said Francis Rooney, chairman of Manhattan Construction Group. “His integrity and both personal and professional values closely align with our own culture. He brings a breadth and depth of experience to Manhattan which will assure that we can continue to provide innovative and responsive construction service to our clients.”
Reyhan has 27 years of construction industry experience. He previously worked for Skanska USA since 1998, where he has held a succession of leadership roles. He has led the business units for sports, higher education, and federal market sectors, and has served as general manager for the company’s Georgia region, including much of the Southeast United States.
Reyhan’s operational experience is complemented by his commitment to philanthropic, community, and industry leadership. He serves on the Board of Directors for Central Atlanta Progress, the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau (Board Chair 2012), and the American Heart Association (Heart Ball Chair 2012). Formerly, he served on the Board of Directors for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Board of the Directors for the Hispanic Contractors Association of Georgia, as an At-Large Director for the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) – South Atlantic Chapter, and as a member of the State of Georgia’s Mentor – Protégé program.
He graduated from the University of Illinois where he received his bachelor in business management in 1986.