A Conversation with Tim Regan, President and CEO of Whiting-Turner | 7

January 06, 2022 00:26:42
A Conversation with Tim Regan, President and CEO of Whiting-Turner | 7
From the Ground Up with Marc Weller
A Conversation with Tim Regan, President and CEO of Whiting-Turner | 7
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Show Notes

This week, Matt and Marc sit down with Tim Regan, the President and CEO of Whiting-Turner, one of the country's largest and most reputable construction companies. Tim and his team have worked with Weller Development on various successful projects, including Sagamore Pendry, and currently with Port Covington.

Tim stays loyal to his values, which enabled him to carve out his path at Whiting-Turner. Raised in a blue-collar household in Northeast Baltimore, Tim learned the importance of humility and treating every day as a gift. His primary source of strength is his family, and he firmly believes the majority of his career's success stems from building it around his loved ones. His “rising tide” moment is to advise young professionals passionate about forming a successful career to show up, stay focused, make connections, and not be afraid to ask questions.

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