Kevin Griffin has been named Director of Industrial for Satterfield and Pontikes Construction (S&P). In this role, he will oversee S&P’s industrial focus and drive its continued growth. With 25 years in the industry, Griffin brings a deep understanding of project work from the owner’s perspective. “There is a great need for sustainability in manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution builds that leave the door open to innovation and the ability to upgrade equipment as technology progresses,” says Griffin.
Griffin has worked on dozens of projects in his career, the most notable projects are the PSC Groups Advanced Recycling facility and Ravago Americas Baytown Project for Packaging and Blending PE/PP Plastic Resins. Additionally, Griffin developed new molding technology at The Loma Company to mold the World’s Largest Plastic Part.
“Kevin is instrumental in growing our industrial market sector. He understands the importance of technology to ensure the quality and sustainability of projects for our clients,” says John Marshall, S&P Chief Revenue Officer. “His commitment to innovation and continual improvement delivers value for our customers and we look forward to the growth and success in this market sector.”
Griffin holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in Marketing from East Texas Baptist University. He is a Certified Fleet Safety professional.