Title: President, Owner
Company: Phoenix Contractors Inc.
Location: Dexter, Michigan, United States
Mark W. Hiser, President and Owner at Phoenix Contractors Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in construction.
Having garnered a laudable reputation as a construction visionary, Mr. Hiser has enjoyed building things since his youth. In college, as he started to take the pre-architecture courses, he realized he was more interested in the construction aspect of the business and went on to attain a Bachelor of Arts in construction management with a minor in art from Eastern Michigan University in 1986. At the start of his professional career, Mr. Hiser taught construction management courses at his alma mater from 1988 to 1999. Simultaneously, he gained invaluable experience with Freeman Darling Incorporation as its project engineer, senior project manager, chief estimator and vice president from 1985 to 1996.
For the past 25 years, Mr. Hiser has flourished as the president of Phoenix Contractors Incorporation, where he specializes in construction project management for commercial construction. Currently employing up to 30 people, including project managers and construction supervisors, he oversees all operations and project management, new business development and estimating project management. Notably, Mr. Hiser has been the recipient of numerous Pyramid Awards, including one for constructing a $5 million Ozone house project in 2020 and one for Best Project Team for constructing the Metropolitan Animal Shelter in 2018. Additionally, he has been featured in a four-page article in Construction In Focus Magazine, as well as the recipient of a Design and Construction Showcase Award.
To remain aware of developments in his industry, Mr. Hiser maintains his affiliation with the Construction Association of Michigan and the Better Business Bureau. He also sits on the industrial relation committee and education committee for the American General Contractors Association, as well as the education committee for the Washtenaw Contractors Association. Likewise, he is a former curricular advisory board member at Eastern Michigan University. Looking toward the future, Mr. Hiser would like to continue to foster the talent of younger employees, while maintaining a steady and moderate growth in the company. In his spare time, he enjoys teaching his grandchildren how to draw and play guitar.
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