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David S. Angle is appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of the Reynolds Companies.
David S. Angle is appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of the Reynolds Companies.

The Reynolds family of construction services companies has implemented a corporate reorganization at the executive-level.

HARRISBURG, PA - Richard T. Reynolds, founder and owner of the Reynolds companies, has appointed David S. Angle to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Angle has worked for Reynolds since its inception 18 years ago. He served as Chief Operating Officer, president of the general construction division, and project executive, leading the construction of many projects, including: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Academic Building, Bedford Springs and Resorts Center, and projects for Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company and PinnacleHealth System. Mr. Angle has over thirty years of construction experience and holds a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering with an emphasis on construction management from Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Reynolds will continue as owner of the Reynolds companies, Chairman of the Board of Directors and member of the Executive Committee. His key responsibilities will be long-term strategic planning, executive oversight and fiscal management oversight. Jeffrey P. Merritt, CCM, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. He will continue his role as president of Reynolds Construction Management and serve in project executive roles as needed. Employed by Reynolds for 18 years, Mr. Merritt held the positions of director of business development, and senior vice-president. He earned the Certified Construction Manager (CCM) designation from the Construction Management Association of America and holds a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering with an emphasis on construction management from Pennsylvania State University. Chief Financial Officer, Anthony P. Worrall remains in this position and his role as president of Reynolds Restoration Services. Mr. Worrall started his career at Reynolds as a staff accountant in 1999. He became Reynolds’ Chief Financial Officer in 2006 and appointed to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Mr. Worrall was named one of Central Penn Business Journal’s Top Forty Under Forty and is a graduate from Lycoming College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance and Accounting. “The evolution of our organization from a single firm providing agency construction management services to a family of companies also providing general construction, mechanical/electrical/plumbing engineering, building commissioning, energy services and restoration services has taken several years. During that time, David Angle and Jeff Merritt have been integral to the success of The Reynolds Companies. Anthony Worrall has continued to grow with our expansions in his role as CFO. Their significant contributions to our business, to our employees, and to the profession itself have shown their ability to take on these new roles. As Chairman, I will continue to provide guidance to the executives as our organization expands its services and geography to meet the needs of our clients. With these changes, leadership to ensure the future success of The Reynolds Companies is firmly established for many years to come.” Mr. Reynolds. In 1994, Mr. Reynolds established Reynolds Construction Management to focus on agency construction management for K-12, collegiate, government, health care and commercial building projects throughout Pennsylvania. Today, the Harrisburg-based Reynolds family of construction companies provides pre-construction and construction management services, building commissioning and MEP design engineering, energy services, general construction and restoration services for both public and private clients in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia.

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