Scott Blaine named President of Goodfellow Bros.

Scott Blaine - President

The Goodfellow Bros. family is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Blaine to President effective January 1, 2021.

Scott served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for four years prior to the appointment, and a senior vice president for six years prior to his CFO role.

“The appointment to President is a true honor,” said Blaine. “I’ve been so fortunate to serve this company and help us to live our mission to be the contractor of choice. We have an exciting future ahead and I look forward to the opportunity to lead the GBI team alongside CEO, Chad Goodfellow.”

In his role as President, Scott will continue to evolve GBI’s business strategy, look for new growth opportunities and manage the day-to-day operations of the company. Additionally, Scott will continue to build on the Goodfellow company culture stressing the importance of a safe work environment for all, superior customer relationships and developing employees that care about our customers, fellow employees and the communities in which we live and work.

“We are fortunate to have someone of Scott’s caliber and experience in the role,” said CEO Chad Goodfellow. “He is passionate about our company, has earned the trust of our operational leaders, and possesses a strong business acumen that will serve him well in this position.”

Scott has been instrumental to GBI’s operations and growth. He was the Executive VP and CFO of Top Grade Construction when GBI acquired them in 2012.  He drove the development of a support services staff and structure that allowed GBI to scale and double in size.  He is passionate about serving our customers and strives to continually improve how GBI does business.

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