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News Release: Hammes Co. Appoints Nancy Connolly President

Milwaukee, Wis., April 30, 2019 – The board of directors of Hammes Company, the nation’s leader in healthcare building strategies (hammesco.com), today announced the appointment of Nancy Connolly as president.

Connolly joined Hammes in 2003 as a consultant. Shortly thereafter, Connolly moved from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia to open and operationalize a new office. Connolly was later named partner and relocated back to Washington, D.C. to oversee the company’s Mid-Atlantic and Northeast operations. In 2016, she was promoted to senior vice president of operations for Hammes’ Eastern operations and worked with regional leadership and consulting teams to achieve strategic objectives. During her 16 years with Hammes, Connolly has been involved in the planning and development of healthcare assets, including ambulatory network planning, business planning, site selection and project management for ambulatory facilities, hospital renovations and expansions, and the development of hospitals in new markets and facility replacements.

“Nancy brings deep industry knowledge, exceptional client service skills and an exemplary track record to her new role as president,” said Jon Hammes, chairman and CEO at Hammes. “Her strong combination of experience and skills, coupled with first-hand understanding of our people and our culture, will be highly advantageous to our organization.”

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to continue contributing to Hammes Company at this level.  We have a great organization and an outstanding team of professionals that I am honored to work with and I look forward to the growth ahead of us. I am grateful to the Hammes Board of Directors for their support and am thrilled to lead such an innovative and diverse company.” said Ms. Connolly upon appointment to the role.

Connolly graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts, and earned a Master of Business Administration in marketing and corporate strategy from the Robert H. Smith School of Business from University of Maryland.

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