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Chris Pearson

Vice President of Operations—BOSS

Chris Pearson's meticulous attention to detail and a penchant for embracing new challenges have played a pivotal role in broadening Bartlett's footprint into Canada under Bartlett Operations Support Services (BOSS.) 

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Chris Pearson

Vice President of Operations—BOSS

With a bachelor’s degree in Regional Development from the University of Arizona, Chris Pearson began his career at Bartlett, where he has made a significant impact. His initial role involved supervising the manufacturing and testing of scaffold components, coordinating logistics, and providing crucial information to clients nationwide. As Bartlett has expanded, Pearson’s responsibilities grew, and he gained valuable experience in various industrial operations activities, including job setup and account management for clients in the refining and petrochemical sectors.

Pearson’s expertise extends to multiple areas, including cost control, planning, critical path applications, field execution, and site management. His meticulous attention to detail and a penchant for embracing new challenges have played a pivotal role in broadening Bartlett’s footprint into Canada under Bartlett Operations Support Services (BOSS.)

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Keenan Sain

Vice President—GMTS

Keenan Sain's depth of expertise and understanding of the industry ensures that our mechanical operations are led by a seasoned professional who can effectively guide our team to success.

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Keenan Sain

Vice President—GMTS

With decades of experience in the turnaround and heavy-mechanical industry, Keenan Sain is a valuable asset to Bartlett Group. He has gained extensive experience and knowledge while working up from the craft level to various management positions. This comprehensive journey has equipped Sain with a well-rounded leadership style he brings to our mechanical division. His depth of expertise and understanding of the industry ensures that our mechanical operations are led by a seasoned professional who can effectively guide our team to success.

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Nathan Dagley

Vice President—Tech Services

Nathan Dagley's emphasis on communication underscores his commitment to optimizing safety, enhancing engineering efficiency and achieving operational excellence within our company.

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Nathan Dagley

Vice President—Tech Services

Nathan Dagley, a Texas A&M University College of Engineering graduate, brings years of experience in the industrial heavy mechanical construction and turnaround industry. He recognizes the importance of effective communication and places it at the forefront of our business operations. Dagley firmly believes that good communication is a vital foundation for the safety, engineering and operations groups to function harmoniously within their teams and in collaboration. By fostering an open and transparent communication culture, he ensures that our organization thrives, enabling seamless coordination and collaboration among various departments. Dagley’s emphasis on communication underscores his commitment to optimizing safety, enhancing engineering efficiency and achieving operational excellence within our company.

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Steve Thacker

Senior Vice President—NextGen Scaffold

With decades in the industry, Thacker's experience gained in the field, sales and management gives him a broad vision when designing new products to improve safety and efficiency.

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Steve Thacker

Senior Vice President—NextGen Scaffold

Steve Thacker became the senior vice president and co-founder of Next Generation Scaffold Services after climbing the ranks through the scaffold industry from his start as a union labor apprentice. With decades in the industry, Thacker’s experience gained in the field, sales and management gives him a broad vision when designing new products to improve safety and efficiency. He has been awarded numerous US/International patents with many new designs pending. Thacker’s belief in continuous improvement positions us as a pioneering force within the industry, dedicated to advancing safety and efficiency through groundbreaking solutions.

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Chris Fannin

Vice President—GSCS

Chris Fannin's expertise and leadership skills are particularly evident in his role leading our union group on large projects.

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Chris Fannin

Vice President—GSCS

Chris Fannin brings a solid educational foundation to his role with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management and an MBA from the University of Findlay. With decades of experience in the industry, he has become an invaluable asset to the company. Fannin’s expertise and leadership skills are particularly evident in his role leading our union group on large projects.

Drawing on his extensive industry knowledge, Fannin effectively navigates the complexities of managing large-scale projects. His ability to guide and coordinate the union group ensures smooth operations and successful project outcomes. His experience and understanding of the unique dynamics of the Northeast region further enhance his ability to deliver exceptional results.

 

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Justin Papania

Vice President—Soft-Crafts

Papania oversees the soft-crafts division for Bartlett Group. This entails coordinating complex projects, managing diverse teams and ensuring seamless operations within high-pressure environments.

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Justin Papania

Vice President—Soft-Crafts

Starting his career in the industrial field as a scaffold builder while pursuing his college education, Justin Papania has quickly ascended through the ranks to assume a management role.

In his current capacity, Papania oversees the soft-crafts division for Bartlett Group. This entails coordinating complex projects, managing diverse teams and ensuring seamless operations within high-pressure environments. His exceptional leadership skills and extensive industry knowledge enable him to successfully navigate the challenges inherent in large-scale industrial operations.

Papania consistently drives his teams to exceed expectations. His ability to communicate effectively, coordinate resources, and execute projects precisely has made him an invaluable asset in industrial construction.

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Jason Munn

Operations Manager—Refractory

Jason Munn is a highly experienced construction professional with over many years of expertise in client management, strategic planning, resource allocation, financial management, project management, project controls, personnel management, production methods and process analytics.

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Jason Munn

Operations Manager—Refractory

Jason Munn holds a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management and a Master’s degree in Business Administration, both obtained from Louisiana State University.

Munn is a highly experienced construction professional with over many years of expertise in client management, strategic planning, resource allocation, financial management, project management, project controls, personnel management, production methods, and process analytics. He has worked for multiple Fortune 500 companies in industries such as Nuclear, Chemical, Petrochemical, Refining, and Wastewater.

His primary focus lies in the project controls and project management sectors, specifically in petrochemical, nuclear and refining construction projects, encompassing both capital and maintenance areas.

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Johnny Curtis

Managing Director—Deltak Manufacturing

Johnny Curtis was a pivotal member of the original team responsible for designing and manufacturing the Excel Modular Scaffold system. Now, Curtis spearheads research and development efforts related to new Excel components and oversees the management of the fabrication facility located in Walker, Louisiana.

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Johnny Curtis

Managing Director—Deltak Manufacturing

Johnny Curtis’ professional journey began in 1991 at Deltak Manufacturing, while studying mechanical engineering at Southeastern Louisiana University. He was a pivotal member of the original team responsible for designing and manufacturing the Excel Modular Scaffold system. Now, Curtis spearheads research and development efforts related to new Excel components and oversees the management of the fabrication facility located in Walker, Louisiana.

In addition to his responsibilities in scaffold fabrication, he is entrusted with overseeing all non-scaffold fabrication activities, including laser cutting, as well as field and shop fabrication services provided by Deltak to its wide range of customers. Curtis has been honored with eight design patents for his innovative contributions.

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Scott Thibodeaux

Director of Operations—Canada

Known for his ability to drive profitable revenue growth, Scott Thibodeaux excels in establishing trust-based relationships with customers across all business initiatives.

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Scott Thibodeaux

Director of Operations—Canada

Scott Thibodeaux, Director of Operations for Canada, is an esteemed industry professional with decades of leadership experience in the industrial soft trades service company sector. Known for his ability to drive profitable revenue growth, Thibodeaux excels in establishing trust-based relationships with customers across all business initiatives. He is a seasoned team builder who values organizational assets, particularly its people, and is adept at organically growing, planning, organizing, and managing labor-intensive service industries. Thibodeaux has a robust track record of executing strategic objectives and is leading Bartlett’s market expansion into Canada. With a people-first growth strategy, he is committed to fostering relationships with First Nations, oil and gas companies, and provincial and local leaders to ensure successful expansion.

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Mike Fannin

Operations Manager

Mike Fannin has extensive expertise in structural ironworking, welding and project management. As Operations Manager at Bartlett Group, he ensures high standards and inspires his teams through meticulous planning and a people-first approach.

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Mike Fannin

Operations Manager

Mike Fannin, a distinguished graduate of the Ironworkers Apprenticeship Program in 2002, has cultivated a wealth of expertise in structural ironworking, welding and project management. With a proven track record in project controls, he has ascended to various leadership roles within the corporate turnaround organization of one of the nation’s largest refiners. His extensive hands-on experience in managing large-scale construction projects and turnarounds has equipped him with a profound understanding of industry intricacies, enabling him to overcome challenges and consistently deliver exceptional results.

In his current position as the Operations Manager at Bartlett Group, Fannin is responsible for overseeing all operational aspects of the union division. He is committed to ensuring deliverables are met with the highest standards of integrity and a people-first approach. By employing a collaborative leadership style, Fannin inspires his teams to exceed expectations through meticulous upfront planning and seamless, on-time delivery. His dedication to excellence and team-oriented approach makes him an invaluable asset to Bartlett Group.