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News Release: Hammes Appoints New Vice President for Facility Development

Marvin Daniels, vice president – Hammes Company

MILWAUKEE, Wis., September 15, 2017 – Hammes Company, the nation’s leader in healthcare facilities development, (hammesco.com) today announced that Marvin Daniels, has joined the firm to meet growing market demand for specialized project management services.

Hammes Company is hiring to meet growing demand in most parts of the country, including the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast.

Mr. Daniels joins Hammes as vice president for facility development in charge of large-scale capital improvement programs for private and public healthcare providers. “Hammes is known in the industry for its

deep breadth of healthcare facility specialists and I’m pleased to join such accomplished professionals,” Daniels said. “As healthcare systems invest to meet the changing needs in their communities, our people represent a clear differentiator to grow market share.”

He comes to Hammes Company with more than 35 years of providing construction project management services for social infrastructure facilities across the United States, primarily in the healthcare and education sectors. Mr. Daniels’ extensive portfolio includes leading teams that have successfully delivered more than $5 billion in construction value. Earlier in his career, he worked for 3D/International and Neuhaus and Taylor Architects, where he was involved in numerous projects that shaped skylines across North America and the Middle East. Mr. Daniels holds a Bachelor’s Degree in environmental design and a master’s degree in Architecture and Urban Design from Texas A&M University. He also is a distinguished alumnus in the College of Architecture- Texas A&M University.

“Marvin’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key member to the Hammes team,” says Chris Kay, president and chief operating officer at Hammes Company.

“We view his appointment as a sign of our commitment to continue being the leading company in our industry,” Kay adds.

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