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At INTREN, we are blessed with so much and it is our social responsibility to share it with others. With gratitude in our hearts, we are proud to have worked with many organizations in our community and across the country this year. Below are some of the organizations we have partnered with in 2016. To learn more about these organizations, please click on their logo.










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INTREN Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer awarded regional financial leadership award

Mike McArthy, INTREN Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, has been named the 2015 Chicago CFO of the Year® for Mid-Size Private Company by the Financial Executives International (FEI) Chicago Chapter. McArthy accepted the award at the 5th Annual Chicago CFO of the Year® Award Gala, held in Chicago on Thursday.

The Chicago CFO of the Year® Award honors senior financial leaders who have made significant contributions to a business with quality, insight and direction. Award recipients are chosen by a board of esteemed judges based on a rigorous selection process.

“We couldn’t be prouder of Mike and all that he has done for INTREN and his community,” said Loretta Rosenmayer, Founder and CEO of INTREN. “His passion for his work and our company makes him a winner in our eyes every day.”

McArthy was selected for this prestigious award for his leadership through a period of exponential fiscal and geographic growth. Since joining INTREN in 2012, McArthy has lead revenue growth from $124M to $279M and personnel growth from over 800 employees to 1,200 employees. McArthy oversees Support Services at INTREN including Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Project Management, Fleet Services, and Procurement.

McArthy’s previous experience includes Vice President and Chief Financial Officer positions with private companies and divisional CFO roles for public companies. McArthy is a registered CPA with an MBA from Northern Illinois University and a BS in Operations Management from Illinois State University. He has also completed numerous executive programs at Northwestern University, University of Chicago and Harvard University.  Mike coaches various Special Olympic sports teams in his community for NWSRA (Northwest Special Recreational Association). Mike, his wife and their two sons live in the suburbs.

On Thursday, November 5, 2015 Alex Lucio, Brenda Gunnink and Jimmae Lucio (in picture order) represented INTREN at the first Alcott School Community Resource night in Milwaukee.

Many different organizations within the community were present including the Fire Dept., ITT Tech, PNC Bank and MPS Recreational Department (to name a few).  The event was held to build community awareness and provide attendees with valuable resources, contacts and career opportunities.  They also provided free mammograms to individuals in need during the event. PNC bank also plans to come back to teach the 8th graders about budgeting, etc. before the head off to high school.

Alex and Jimmae are both active volunteers within the school with Jimmae running the PTO; both of their daughters also attend Alcott.

Thanks to all three of you for your support and for getting INTREN out into the local community!

Congratulations to Tyler Herdendorf (Safety Manager-New Berlin, WI) and Mike Tilley (Safety Professional-Union, IL) who recently attained their Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) certification through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.

The Board of Certified Safety Professionals is recognized by over 60 countries and its certifications are accepted as the most recognizable and well-regarded in the construction and industrial industries. Tyler and Mike showed tremendous dedication by attending a week long preparation workshop and studying for many hours on their own time, all along testing each other's knowledge with hundreds of practice questions.

Tyler Herdendorf, is a graduate from University of Wisconsin Whitewater who interned with us during the summer of 2010, and then was hired on as a Safety Professional upon graduation.  Tyler was recently promoted to Safety Manager in 2015.

Mike Tilley has over 16 years' experience in the safety profession and is an authorized instructor for: HZWOPER, OSHA 500 and NUCA Competent Person. In 1999 Mike began to work for an underground utility company in Arizona as safety director and where he sat on the board of directors for the Arizona chapter of the National Underground Contractors Association. In 2004 he accepted a position at Kenny Construction as Safety Manager moving him back to Illinois and by the winter of 2005, was managing the safety aspect of the ComEd "Summer Critical" work where he first learned of Trench-It. Mike has been working for INTREN since January 2015.

Earlier this month, INTREN's President Lance Rosenmayer and Director of Safety & Quality Tim Ayers attended a luncheon hosted by ComEd's President and CEO Anne Pramaggiore at Maggiano's in Chicago to celebrate the successful partnership of ComEd and the City Colleges of Chicago's 10 years of creating job opportunities throughout Northern Illinois.

The Dawson Overhead Electrical Line Worker (OELW) Program, launched in 2006, was developed as a training program for Chicago-area residents who were interested in a career as a ComEd overhead lineman. Since the program's inception, 319 students have graduated and at least 239 have jobs today in the electric and related industries.

To mark the important anniversary, Anne Pramaggiore, ComEd president and CEO, also announced a new scholarship commitment – the "ComEd-Dawson Ten" – a full scholarship to be given to an exemplary student in each future class of the program. The scholarship was named in honor of all the graduates of OELW's first decade.

To read more about this successful partnership, go to ComEd's New Release.

On October 19th, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), invited INTREN Founder & CEO, Loretta Rosenmayer to participate in a round-table discussion in Washington, D.C. In attendance was President Obama, his staff and other major companies who have made specific commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

PG&E Chairmen and CEO, Tony Earley, Rosenmayer and other leaders discussed potential consequences of climate change and the support both government and private sector actions can take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally.  President Obama sought these major business leaders input on proposed actions prior to his participation in United Nations Conference on Climate Change in December.

To learn more about INTREN’s involvement with PG&E, or to learn more about PG&E’s pledge to proposed climate change actions, visit