Chip Brown, P.E., President and CEO of McClure Company since 2001, will transition to President of Soesco, the holding company for McClure Company effective January 1, 2024. Brown joined McClure Company in 1984.
"Our leadership team and our broader management team has never been stronger," Brown said. "I'm excited to serve the future of McClure in my new role and support Shayne and the entire executive team as they continue to develop new energy and mechanical construction solutions."
"Chip has provided purpose, mentorship, and professional opportunities for employees to grow and excel," Homan said. "His wisdom, authenticity, and humility have driven a high-performance culture and prepared us for a seamless transition. I'm honored to serve McClure as its fifth President and build on an incredible legacy and reputation."
Homan joined McClure Company in 2001 as a Penn State Engineering intern and held positions as Design Engineer, Account Executive, and has been the Vice President of Energy Services since 2013. He currently serves on the executive board of the National Association of Energy Services Companies. He is also a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers and the Association of Energy Engineers.
Additionally, McClure Company announces that Matt Dixon is promoted to Executive Vice President of Building Services. Dixon joined the company as a Graduate Mechanical Engineer from Penn State and has been instrumental in helping shape and strategically grow the company's branch offices. As Vice President, he has led the company's Building Services division since 2021.
Todd Hoffman is promoted to Executive Vice President of Operations and began working at the company through the Local 520 Plumbers and Pipefitters Apprenticeship program. Hoffman held the position of Senior Project Manager and has served as the Vice President of Construction Operations since 2020.
Matt Tressler, P.E., is promoted to Executive Vice President of Preconstruction and Chief Operating Officer. Tressler, a Penn State Architectural Engineering graduate, interned with the company in 2000. He has held the position of Design Engineer and as Vice President managed the company's estimating and preconstruction division. Since 2012, Tressler has been at the forefront of the company's success in the health care and industrial sectors.