LEXINGTON, Ky. — In a move to expand their geographic reach and provide more diversity among market sectors, Lexington-based Congleton-Hacker has merged operations with its Louisville affiliate, Paul Mattingly/Congleton-Hacker Constructors (PMCH).
Congleton-Hacker formed PMCH Constructors through a strategic partnership with Paul Mattingly in 2016, where they enjoyed steady growth in several market sectors throughout that time. PMCH has been an active builder in the Louisville market delivering multi-family, senior living, hospitality, office, retail, and sports facility projects. With this merger, Lexington-based Congleton-Hacker now has an enhanced regional reach in Kentucky’s two largest cities.
Adding even more depth to the experienced leadership team at Congleton-Hacker, Paul Mattingly will be a shareholder and take on the title of Senior Vice President. He joins a well-established Congleton-Hacker Executive Team comprised of Jim Hacker, President and Chief Executive Officer; Doug Hacker, Executive Vice President; Kevin Doyle, Chief Financial Officer; and Anthony Wickline, Senior Vice President. Combined, these five executives bring over 154 years of construction experience to their clients.
With this transition, clients will enjoy the benefits of Congleton-Hacker’s combined resources, team, expertise, and strong local relationships spanning a broader regional coverage. All projects under PMCH have been successfully completed, naturally positioning the company to lead all incoming work under the Congleton-Hacker name.