Corporate Contractors, Inc. Announces Seven Leadership Transitions

These will further CCI’s mission and enhance relationships within the community

Beloit, WI — This week, Corporate Contractors, Inc. (CCI) was thrilled to announce the leadership transitions of seven experienced individuals within the organization. Terry Russell, Kevin Day, Terry Miller, Irene Anderson, Homer Auge, Brian Szilagyi, and Jeff Frazier have all received new roles at CCI effective immediately. These organizational changes will leverage the hard work, dedication, and experience possessed by each individual for the good of the company.

Leadership roles are as follows:

Terry Russell, VP of Project Operations: Terry, a 30-year veteran of CCI, will continue his oversight of the company’s limestone quarry operations. With this leadership transition, he has also taken on the responsibility of leading the project management teams. Terry’s unparalleled ability to bring people together will serve as an asset when working with each group to discuss and implement efficient quality control and construction strategies. “I couldn’t be more thrilled to continue overseeing quarry operations while leading project management teams,” Terry stated. “I’m excited to collaborate with each group, and help lead CCI into an exciting new chapter.”




Kevin Day, VP of Business Development: Serving as a member of the CCI team since 2012, Kevin will continue to assist in developing the company’s strategic goals. As leader of CCI’s business development activities, he will also oversee the pre-construction and design teams to ensure effective operations. Kevin has a reputation for being both personable and well organized. He will be focused on expanding the company’s brand recognition by cultivating partnerships, developing lasting relationships, and strengthening community relations. “CCI has a solid foundation,” said Kevin Day, who now leads the Business Development team. “I am excited to continue building our amazing organization by creating successful relationships and promoting our company goals, core values, and beliefs.”



Terry Miller, VP of Field Operations: Terry has been promoted from general superintendent of trades to VP of field operations, and will lead all field operations (including CCI’s safety and quality control initiatives). He also manages the shop activities and self-performed trade teams, which includes carpentry, demolition, excavation, concrete, masonry, and fabrication. Terry’s 20+ years of experience in the construction industry has helped him develop the necessary skills to excel in this role, while focusing on overall project communication, quality, and productivity improvements. “There are many reasons I love working at CCI,” Terry commented, “but the number one reason is that we continually encourage a ‘family first’ culture.”




Irene Anderson, VP & CFO: Irene joined CCI in 2019 as the company’s CFO, where she skillfully managed accounting and fiscal duties. With the added VP title, her responsibilities now include aiding in business strategy plans, as well as providing oversight of CCI’s workforce development, recruiting, and retention programs. A 25-year construction industry veteran, Irene will utilize her years of valuable experience to ensure the company remains on track for future growth. “I am looking forward to growing with the company,” Irene said. “CCI has a great group of people who are talented and passionate about what they do and I’m proud to be part of the team.” 




Homer Auge, VP of Roofing Operations: Homer has been promoted from manager to VP of roofing operations. In this role, he will continue his proven leadership and management of CCI’s self-performed commercial roofing teams. During his 15 years with CCI, Homer has been successful in growing the company’s roofing operations year-over-year. Working alongside his team of experts, Homer will focus on continued associate training, offering additional preventative maintenance services, and increasing metal fabrication productivity to better serve clients. “I am very motivated and excited to help CCI grow to its potential and possibly even explore new opportunities,” Homer remarked. “CCI has allowed me to learn from some of the best mentors in the business and I would like to share that knowledge with the up-and-coming future leaders of the company.”



Brian Szilagyi, Manager of Demolition and Excavation: Brian was promoted from superintendent to manager of demolition and excavation. In his new role, he will utilize his 18 years of hands-on experience and sensible leadership skills to manage a diverse team of professionals. With safety as the primary objective, Brian will thoroughly seek the most efficient and effective means for project completion, while providing the best value to clients. “I’m looking forward to using my industry experience to manage our exceptional team of operators and tradesmen,” said Brian. “I couldn’t ask to work with a better group of talented individuals.”




Jeff Frazier, General Trades Manager: Jeff was promoted from foreman to general trades manager. He has proven to be a detail-oriented and respected leader. Jeff will continue to provide thoughtful guidance as he manages the skilled carpentry and general trades teams, and provide clients with expert craftsmanship. “In every role I’ve served in during my six years at CCI, I have thoroughly enjoyed the work and the company culture,” Jeff stated. “I’m looking forward to what’s next for myself and the company.”




All individuals have begun the process of transitioning to their new roles, and look forward to making a lasting impact at the company.