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Friday November 17th, 2017 6:20PM

Carroll Daniel names Petrangeli Chief Operating Officer

By Ken Stanford Reporter

Carroll Daniel Construction Company has named industry veteran Al Petrangeli Chief Operating Officer effective in January.

Petrangeli joins Carroll Daniel  following his recent retirement from an international construction services firm and one of the largest contractors in the U.S., Balfour Beatty Construction, where he served as regional COO.

“We are pleased to welcome Al Petrangeli to the Carroll Daniel family, and look forward to growing as a team and moving forward as a company with his help and leadership,” says Brian Daniel, President of Carroll Daniel Construction. “Al brings an impressive background in operating construction firms, and we know his experience will help us grow, while maintaining the company culture and values that Carroll Daniel has been built on for the last 71 years.”

Petrangeli’s experience in the construction industry spans 40 years, managing projects across the Southeast, and even in the US Virgin Islands. 

“I am extremely honored to be a part of the Carroll Daniel Constrution family,” says Al Petrangeli. “I have admired Carroll Daniel Construction as a competitor, and now, I get the opportunity to be a part of its future.”

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