MINNEAPOLIS (June 22, 2020)—Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP), a Minneapolis-based family-owned general contractor, today announced the hiring of a new Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Marc Timberman and Vice President, Human Resources Kristin Nordling.
Marc began his new role at AP June 15. He joins the AP executive team with more than 22 years of experience in financial leadership roles in the construction industry.
“Marc’s experience, creativity and enthusiasm make him a great fit for AP,” said Jeff Hansen, CEO, AP. “He brings deep expertise in operational process improvement and risk management, enhancing company performance, and positioning a company for scalable growth.”
Marc was previously VP, Finance and CFO at Clark Builders for seven years. He improved operations at Clark by building more efficient and effective systems, controls and processes to improve and enhance the company’s performance during a period of profound growth and transformation. Prior to Clark, Marc served in various financial leadership roles under the Turner banner for 16 years in the Chicago area prior to the partnership between Clark and Turner.
Kristin Nordling joins the AP team following the retirement announcement of JoAnn Stork, Vice President, Human Resources. JoAnn has been a key senior leader since joining AP in 2010 and will retire July 10. Kristin has more than 20 years of experience in human resources in a variety of industries, including construction services, and will begin her role July 13.
“Kristin has a wide depth of knowledge across human resources, strategic leadership and communication,” said Brenna Mann, Executive Vice President of Business Services and Chief Legal Officer, AP. “She is engaging, collaborative and driven, making her an exceptional fit for both the position and our culture.”
Kristin was previously Chief Human Resources Officer at Dessert Holdings. Prior to Dessert Holdings, Kristin held the role of Vice President of Human Resources and Safety at USI Building Solutions. She also held human resources leadership roles at large Minnesota-based companies including Thomson Reuters, Cargill and UnitedHealth Group.