The Texas Division of McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., has promoted Joe Jouvenal to vice president of operations for the Dallas office.
Jouvenal is transferring from McCarthy’s Atlanta office where he held the project director position. As vice president of operations, Jouvenal will lead management and operations on project sites, focusing on healthcare, science, technology and federal market sectors.
He will assist with preconstruction strategy while also serving as the client interface.
Jouvenal has spent 14 of his 15 years in the construction industry with McCarthy and has worked on some of the company’s most challenging projects, including the $167 million Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lab project in Atlanta, the $150 million National Emerging Infectious Disease Laboratories project at Boston University Medical Center and the $125 million Parker H. Petit Science Center at Georgia State University.
Jouvenal earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professional. He currently lives in North Dallas.