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Baldwin & Shell Announces Four New Promotions

Baldwin & Shell has announced four recent promotions within the company. Tom Csicsila, Mario Beltran, Chris Bartlett and Morris Vines have received promotions and expanded duties within Baldwin & Shell.

Tom Csicsila

Tom Csicsila has been promoted to vice president of Baldwin & Shell’s Memphis/Northeast Arkansas Division. An eight-year veteran of Baldwin & Shell, Csicsila has 24 years of industry experience and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction Management from Michigan State University.

In his previous position as Senior Project Manager of the Central Arkansas Division, Csicsila oversaw Baldwin & Shell construction teams for many construction projects.

“Tom is an outstanding addition to our leadership team. He brings a depth of experience in all functions and will contribute immensely to our team.” says Rick Terry, President, Memphis/Northeast Division.

Mario Beltran

Mario Beltran has been promoted to Vice President of Baldwin & Shell’s Northwest Arkansas division. He has 17 years of experience in projects ranging from renovations to commercial and retail development. Beltran holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Studies from the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas and maintains a LEED professional credential, signifying “leadership and active participation in the green building movement,” according to a Baldwin & Shell press release.

He previously served as a Senior Project Manager, where he oversaw the completion of the Vol-Walker Hall & Steven L. Anderson Design at the University of Arkansas, the Spring St. Parking Garage in Fayetteville, the Chi Omega House renovation and Theatre Squared in Fayetteville.

“It is my extreme pleasure to announce that Mario Beltran is being promoted to Vice President of this division. He has a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience and is a strong leader within the company. He’s a man of integrity who has earned the respect of his peers; and we know that he will be a valuable leader. We are excited to see him contribute on a larger scale,” says Patrick Tenney, President, Northwest Division.

Chris Bartlett

Chris Bartlett has been promoted to Senior Project Manager within Baldwin & Shell’s Central Arkansas Division. Bartlett joined the company in 2006 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

As a Project Manager, Bartlett oversaw construction teams and completed K-12 and higher education facilities, including the South Arkansas Community College Health Sciences Building in El Dorado and the bus and maintenance facility and Junior High School for the Bryant School District. In his new position, Bartlett will head up a team of eight to 10 project manager personel.

“Chris is a valuable asset and will strengthen and standardize our Project Management procedures throughout the Division so that we can better serve our clients,” said Bobby Gosser, President, Central Arkansas Division.

Morris Vines

Morris Vines has been promoted to General Superintendent of Baldwin & Shell’s Northwest Arkansas Division. With 27 years of industry experience, Vines has supervised projects for Baldwin & Shell’s clients in the higher education, performing arts, athletic and medical sectors. His recent projects include Theatre Squared and the Vol-Walker Hall & Steven L. Anderson Design Center in Fayetteville.

As General Superintendent, Vines will lead a team of 13 superintendents and monitor project progress. He is tasked with “maintaining the highest safety and quality control standards.”

“Morris is an invaluable asset to our clients and to our team,” said Patrick Tenney, President of Baldwin & Shell’s Northwest Arkansas Division. “With almost 30 years in the construction industry, Morris is very forward thinking, understands complex issues, and is always prepared with options and solutions. We’re thrilled to position Morris to provide strategic oversight of our field operations.”

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