Enclos Promotes Pair of Project Executives to VP Roles

Kevin Mannen

Kevin Mannen

Enclos announced the promotion of project executives Kevin Mannen and Mike Coulter to regional vice presidents.

According to a press release, the promotions come as part of the company’s “strategic response to growth opportunities presented by shifting market conditions, and the ‘hire from within’ strategy consistent at Enclos.”

Both Mannen and Coulter joined Enclos in 1988 and 1992, respectively.

At their new posts, Mannen will lead a new business unit into the Hawaiian Islands, while Coulter’s focus will be on Las Vegas and the Rocky Mountain Regions.

Mike Coulter

Mike Coulter

“This move will assure that we have the necessary leadership in place to manage the opportunities presented by the current market,” says Bruce Bornhurst, executive vice president for the west region of Enclos. “Kevin and Mike are two of the most respected members of our organization, both tried and tested in some of our most challenging projects to date.”

According to the company, Mannen’s work with Enclos has involved extensive travel and management of many of the firm’s major projects, including its largest single contract to date: the $140 million MGM City Center Aria Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. He has managed an extensive supply chain with global reach and was promoted for his “resourcefulness and out-of-the-box problem solving skills,” among other things.

Coulter, according to the release, “demonstrated the depth of his leadership and management skills while playing onsite management roles on exceedingly complex projects in Las Vegas during a period of growth that rippled through the firm.” Projects Coulter led include the Lloyd D. George United States Courthouse, Trump International Hotel & Tower, Wynn and Encore.

Both men will also continue their roles in the training and mentorship of up and coming project management personnel with the company’s SOAR (Succession Opportunities through Advanced Rotation) project management training program.

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