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Loretta Rosenmayer Contact Information

Loretta Rosenmayer

Founder and Chief Executive Officer: Loretta founded the company in 1988. Starting with 4 employees, she has guided the growth and development of her company to over 1000 men and women working across 7 states. As her vision statement proclaims, she strives to be 'The Measure of Excellence' in the industry, earning trust through stewardship -- the cornerstone on which the company has thrived. This is inclusive of all relationships: from customers to employees and community organizations. Loretta has raised 5 children, over 20 foster children, and currently resides in Lake in the Hills with her husband, Daniel.

Lance RosenmayerContact Information

Lance Rosenmayer

President: Lance has been in the construction industry for over 20 years, drawing knowledge from several roles across varied facets of INTREN. He challenges the status quo and advocates continuous improvement through operational efficiency, practicing collaboration and self-development. His beliefs that exemplary customer service and cutting-edge advancements set the bar in the industry have led INTREN to adopt and tackle new technologies that benefit its customers. In addition to being a Board Member for the Pioneer Center Foundation, Lance also serves as a Board Member for the Underground Contractors Association of Illinois (UCA), PMI Energy Solutions, LLC, and Middle States Electrical Contractors Association (IBEW Local No. 9). He also is a member of two professional leadership organizations, Vistage International and YPO Chicagoland. Lance, his wife, and their three children reside in Woodstock, IL, and volunteer together in numerous local community organizations that support the homeless, disabled, public schools and the performing arts. His personal interests include anthropology and outdoor activities.

Mike McArthyContact Information

Mike McArthy

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer: Mike oversees Support Services which includes Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, Fleet Operations, Warehouse, Procurement, and the Support Services Project Management Office. With over 24 years of domestic and international experience in several industries, Mike also has substantial merger and acquisition experience. He joined the INTREN family in 2012 and is active in the community coaching Special Olympics sports team. Mike is married and has two sons.

Matthew TurkContact Information

Matthew Turk

Executive Vice President of Operations & Business Development: Matthew has been with INTREN for over 24 years, starting as the company's first Safety Coordinator then moving into Operations Director in the late 90s. Matthew is very active within the communities, serving on the JULIE Board in the State of Illinois as a Director representing the Contractor Community, a Board Member for Junior Achievement Will County, member of the Fundraising Committees for both El Valor and Raue Center for the Arts, and Board Member for Light of the World Evangelization Ministries. Matthew earned his B.A. from the University of Dayton, his M.A. from the Catholic University of America and his C.B.A. from University of Illinois School of Business. Matthew is also a Eucharistic minister serving the assisted living in his community. He and his wife Sheri have two sons.

Jeff Nauman

Jeff Naumen

Vice President of Gas Operations: Jeff Nauman will support INTREN’s gas operations, companywide. Jeff came to INTREN in 2005 and has over 28 years’ experience in the utility construction industry. Since starting with INTREN, Jeff has worked in several key positions including ComEd Account Manager and Director of Account Performance. Prior to coming to INTREN, Mr. Nauman worked as an Alliance Manager for ComEd (5 Years), and also worked in the nuclear power industry (12 Years) for Raytheon Engineers & Constructors, specializing in Project Controls and refuel outage scheduling. Jeff is an active volunteer in multiple philanthropic organizations, served in the US Marine reserves for six years, and is the proud father of two.

Jason CombsContact Information

Jason Combs

Regional Vice President of Operations, West Coast: Jason Combs has been working in the energy industry for over 20 years and throughout his career he has demonstrated a vast understanding of both transmission and distribution systems. Mr. Combs’ expertise is in managing projects ranging from emergency restoration of distribution to 500kV transmission line construction throughout the Midwest and western United States for multiple utility companies. Jason is the Regional Vice President of Operations for the West Coast at INTREN, Inc. and is responsible for maintaining customer relationships and customer satisfaction. He is accountable for the operational execution of contracts, contract management and ensuring the safety and quality of the account, driving INTREN’s core values and mission, and is the primary point of contact responsible to support our customers.

Dennis BednarskiContact Information

Dennis Bednarski

Regional Vice President of Operations, Midwest: Dennis Bednarski will support INTREN’s key Midwest accounts in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Ohio and Oklahoma. Dennis brings a wealth of over 30 years of experience, most recently from the City of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, where he served as the General Manager of Electric Distribution, Water and Fleet. Previous to this, Dennis worked at ComEd for 22 years starting at field presence working up to Manager in Joliet, Illinois. He has served on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin (MEUW), the Wisconsin Public Power Incorporated (WPPI), was the past Chair of the Transmission and Distribution Committee for the America Public Power Association (APPA), as well as numerous other Boards and Tech schools in Wisconsin. Bednarski earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Management from National Louis University. Dennis and his wife, Karen, have a son and daughter, and in their free time raise and show cattle and pigs across the country.