W.M. Jordan Co. promotes two Richmond execs
K. Brooks Balance and William ‘Bill’ L. Lucas Jr. promoted
Newport News-based construction firm W.M. Jordan Co. recently promoted two executives in its Richmond division.
K. Brooks Ballance has assumed the role of vice president of the Richmond division; William “Bill” L. Lucas Jr. has been promoted to director of estimating for Richmond. Ballance joined the company as a project manager in 1999; he is the current chair of the board of directors for the ACE Mentor RVA program. Lucas joined the company in 2007 as a project engineer; he is an active member of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Virginia and serves on its membership committee.
“Brooks has consistently demonstrated himself as a forward-thinking leader, is committed to our WMJ team, and has a solid history of delivering quality results for our clients,” the company’s president, Ronald J. Lauster Jr., said in a statement. “Through his passion for construction, Bill has developed strong relationships with clients and trade partners and is extremely focused on a thorough preconstruction process. I look forward to working with both Brooks and Bill to continue the growth of the Richmond division and create new and exciting projects for our clients in Central Virginia.”