New York, NY – April 20, 2021 – Clune Construction (Clune) is proud to continue its long-standing tradition of promoting from within by announcing the promotion of two of its talented professionals in its New York office to officer-level positions.
Edward McCann and Greg O’Neill received promotions in recognition of their significant contributions to Clune and the important role they play in the company’s future growth.
“From day one, I have been amazed at the way each of these individuals have embraced their roles at Clune.” said Dave Hall, CEO of Clune Construction. “They consistently embrace their positions at Clune with integrity and commitment. I am proud to see each of them continue to rise to become leaders within our company.”
Edward McCann has been promoted to Vice President, Team Leader. With 20 years of experience in the construction industry, McCann started his career as a superintendent and later transitioned into project management. In his role at Clune, he has managed projects in some of New York’s most iconic buildings, including the recent renovation of 200 Park Avenue. McCann has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from City University of New York (CUNY).
Greg O’Neill has been promoted to Vice President, Regional Comptroller, New York, overseeing financials for all New York projects. He has been in the construction industry in an accounting capacity for 10 years. O’Neill has been integral to the improvement of Clune’s systems and operating procedures. He is also well respected among the New York area’s subcontractor community. O’Neill has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Finance, and an MBA from Quinnipiac University.
“Both Ed and Greg have been instrumental the establishment of Clune’s significant presence in the New York market,” says Tommy Dwyer, President of Clune’s East Region. “We thank them for their outstanding leadership, and look forward to seeing where they help take Clune in the years to come.”
Clune is proud of its culture of promoting from within. Several Managing Directors and Officers started with the company as interns and the average tenure of a Managing Director is 17 years. Additionally, 20 percent of Clune’s employees have been with the company for more than 10 years. This culture has also contributed to Clune’s consistent placement nationally in numerous “Best Places to Work” rankings.