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Morgan Harbour Construction Adds VP of Business Development

Morgan / Harbour Construction said that Charlie Stone has joined the firm’s executive leadership team as VP/business development.  Stone will be instrumental in spearheading Willowbrook, IL-based Morgan Harbour’s business development efforts to strengthen existing client relationships and grow their expanding markets for food and temperature-controlled customers.

Most recently, Stone was with McShane Construction for five years, serving as VP/regional manager West Coast and prior to that as director business development across the U.S. He also brings over 30 years of food and beverage industry experience which enhances his depth of the client perspective.

Stone’s food and beverage experience in operational and financial efficiencies, automation, site evaluation, and process improvement will be beneficial to his clients as they consider options in their new facility, according to Morgan Harbour.


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