TSI Corporations announced the appointment of three executives to the company’s senior leadership team.
Will Pounds joined TSI Corporations over 10 years ago and has held a variety of roles from drafting technician and engineering department manager to project executive and operations manager. In his new role, Pounds will serve as executive vice president with a focus on business development and preconstruction.
With over 11 years of TSI experience, Russell Frazier has been promoted to executive vice president with a focus on operations. As an experienced project manager, Frazier has a history of working in the construction industry with strong program and project management knowledge, according to a press release. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree focused on construction management from Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Brandon Duvall is TSI’s new senior operations manager. Duvall has been a senior manager for building facade contractors for over 20 years and has collaborated with construction managers, general contractors and architectural firms. He has a Bachelor of Arts in business management with an emphasis in operations and manufacturing from Ball State University.
“The experience and talent of these three construction professionals and the core values they embody are critical to our future success,” says Thomas Cornellier, CEO of TSI Corporations. “Together, we will continue to find new ways to innovate and better serve our clients, while building on the 45-year legacy of TSI Corporations.”