Hourigan names CFO, general counsel
David Ryan, Kelley Holland join Richmond construction, development firm
Richmond-based commercial construction and development firm Hourigan announced Friday it has hired David Ryan as chief financial officer and Kelley Holland as general counsel.
Ryan most recently served as vice president for corporate strategy and investor relations at chemical company Albemarle Corp. With nearly 30 years of experience, he has also served in leadership roles with global packaging company WestRock. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Dayton and his master’s degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati.
Holland was most recently an attorney and partner in the litigation section of Richmond-based law firm Williams Mullen. Her practice was focused on general commercial, environmental and construction litigation. Before her time with Williams Mullen, she served as a law clerk for D. Arthur Kelsey, who was then with the Court of Appeals of Virginia (he is now a justice of the Supreme Court of Virginia). She earned her bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Spanish from the University of Virginia and her juris doctorate from Regent University School of Law.
“Attracting top talent is critical to the growth of any company and, at Hourigan, it’s been our focus throughout our 25-year history,” CEO Mark Hourigan said in a statement. “Kelley and David each bring impressive experience and credentials to support the firm’s strategic growth, and we’re excited to welcome them to the team.”
Founded in 1993, Hourigan reported approximately $400 million in 2019 revenue. Some of its projects include the new Dominion Energy headquarters, the Virginia Commonwealth University STEM building, the University of Richmond’s Robins Stadium and the Altria Center for Research and Technology.
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