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Construction Exec Melone Joins Morgan / Harbour Team

Richard Melone has joined Morgan / Harbour Construction as project executive in the company’s Willowbrook, IL headquarters. Previously a project executive for Reed Construction, Melone brings 24 years’ experience to Morgan / Harbour.

Melone is highly regarded for his ability to lead successful project teams with a collaborative style and for cultivating stakeholder relationships. He’s described as having a strong background in healthcare construction, having led numerous projects for the healthcare division of his previous firm throughout the Chicago area.

“Rich brings a great deal of project leadership experience to his role with us,” said Ben Warriner, executive vice president and partner of Morgan / Harbour. “He will be a significant mentor to his project teams as well as a trusted project leader for our clients.”


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