Thomas Wright has been appointed to the executive VP and CFO title at Sterling Construction, effective Sept. 25.
Wright will be replacing Kevan Blair, who will transition into the role of senior VP of corporate finance.
"Tom's strong experience in a broad range of critical planning, analysis and capital allocation functions makes a perfect fit to take over leadership of our financial organization," said Sterling president and CEO Peter MacKenna. "We look forward to working with him as we progress in driving the transformation that is underway across our operations. We would also like to thank Kevan Blair for his outstanding performance while serving as our interim CFO and for assuming his new role of senior vice president of corporate finance."
Wright has more than 20 years of financial management experience. Previously, he was CFO of St. Marys/CBM, a cement and concrete company in Toronto. Prior to that, he worked for global mineral drilling services and products manufacturer Boart Longyear in various senior management capacities. He also held similar roles at Wendy's International, Bank One Corporation (now JP Morgan Chase Company) and Allied Signal Incorporated (now Honeywell International Inc.).