Rosendin, the electrical contracting industry’s largest employee-owned firm, has announced it has promoted Tedd Lee to vice president of field operations at its Las Vegas regional office. Rosendin is a $2 billion company with a regional office in Las Vegas recognized for its work at Molycorp, McCarran International Airport Terminal 3 and CityCenter.
Lee joined Rosendin in 2007 as a general superintendent, overseeing commercial and industrial projects in Las Vegas and San Jose.
“Tedd’s impressive contributions since joining Rosendin 13 years ago have helped our company expand services and secure large-scale projects across the Southwest and California,” said Justin Tinoco, executive vice president.
“I’ve had the opportunity to work directly with Tedd for many years and have complete confidence in his ability to successfully lead teams across multiple sites.”
Lee brings 31 years of experience in the electrical industry and will continue to work out of the Las Vegas office under the direction of Tinoco, who was promoted to executive vice president in December under a new organizational structure that also named Mike Greenawalt as CEO, Paolo Degrassi as president, Keith Douglas as COO East and Matt Englert as COO West.
The five longstanding executives make up the newly formed executive leadership team, which replaces retiring executives Tom Sorley and Jim Hawk, along with Larry Beltramo, who is taking a reduced role in the company. They will retain their positions on the board of directors and remain at Rosendin through the end of 2020.
Rosendin, headquartered in San Jose, Calif., is an employee-owned electrical contractor. With revenues upwards of $2 billion, Rosendin is one of the largest electrical contractors in the United States employing over 7,000 people.