CHICAGO, IL – May 17, 2023 – Clune Construction (Clune) is proud to continue its long-standing tradition of promoting from within by announcing the promotion of two exceptional leaders in its Dallas office to executive-level positions.
Kevin Morris and Tyler Stevenson received promotions in acknowledgment of their substantial contributions to Clune and their pivotal role in the company’s future growth.
“Kevin and Tyler have both committed their professional lives to Clune and continue to deliver exceptional service to our valued clients,” said Dave Hall, CEO of Clune Construction.
“They have demonstrated what it takes to lead our company into the future and serve as role models and mentors for our employee-owners. I look forward to working with each of them as we continue to move Clune forward.”
Kevin Morris has been promoted to Vice President, General Manager. He joined Clune’s Dallas office at its inception in 2020 as a Project Executive and Business Development Manager. Morris has played an extensive role in the Dallas office’s success. He has a reputation for being a dependable leader who develops exceptional teams. Morris is a member of CoreNet, 7×24 Exchange, and TEXO. He is actively involved in many Dallas charitable organizations, including One Tribe, Special Olympics, North Texas Food Bank and the Fannin Soccer Association.
Tyler Stevenson was promoted to Vice President, Project Executive. At the beginning of his career with Clune, Stevenson managed various high-profile Mission Critical projects. After executing the award-winning Kirkland & Ellis build-out in Dallas, he has continued to oversee multiple Dallas teams and increase the depth of Clune’s Texas portfolio. Stevenson is known in the industry for his integrity and ability to bring unique solutions to challenging projects. He is actively involved in the Dallas community and volunteers with organizations such as 7×24 Exchange, One Tribe Foundation and Friends of the Katy Trail.
“Both Kevin and Tyler have played a significant role in establishing Clune’s presence in Dallas,” said Brian O’Shea, Executive Managing Director at Clune. “They are extremely valuable members of the team, and I am thrilled to see what the future holds for both of them.”
Clune is proud of its culture of promoting from within. Many officers started with the company as interns. The average tenure of a Managing Director is 17 years and 20 percent of Clune’s employees have been with the company for over 10 years. This culture has also contributed to Clune’s consistent placement nationally in numerous “Best Places to Work” rankings.