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Team

THE TEAM

Before you choose us to take on your project you will probably want to know a
bit more about us, so meet the team:

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PAUL MATTINGLY
Principal

Paul holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science from Kansas State University, as well as an MBA from Bellarmine University. Paul has had an extensive construction career in the Louisville market. Prior to joining PMCH, Paul was Vice President and founding partner with BosseMattingly Constructors for 16 years.

During his career, Paul has participated in the construction of numerous projects around the Louisville area with projects in long-term care, hospitality, multi-family housing, and commercial markets. His experience has included such projects as Sam Swope Care Center at Masonic Homes, Miralea Independent Living at Masonic Homes, Embassy Suites Hotel – Downtown and Northeast, Hilton Garden Inn – Airport, and Bluegrass Motorsports.

Adding to his work experience, Paul devotes time to several industry organizations. He has served as a Past President and on the Board of Directors of the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky and the same positions with the American Institute of Constructors based in Arlington, VA. Valuing construction education, Paul serves as a team member with the American Council for Construction Education, as an industry representative for accreditation of university level construction programs throughout the United States and Canada.

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KEVIN DOYLE
Principal, Chief Financial Officer

Kevin, a Certified Public Accountant, holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky. Kevin joined Congleton-Hacker as the Controller in 1985 and has served as Chief Financial Officer since 2007.

Kevin has been a leader in professional service organizations such as the Associated General Contractors of America, Associated General Contractors of Kentucky, the Kentucky Construction Industry Trust and the Bluegrass Chapter of Construction Financial Management Association. He has also served on the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy. Kevin is a member of the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants.

In addition to serving with professional organizations, Kevin actively participates in numerous community service organizations, including YMCA, Boy Scouts of America, Rotary Club of Lexington, Cathedral of Christ the King, and the Christian Appalachian Project. Kevin’s commitment to community service has been honored through the Red Triangle Award, the highest honor bestowed by the YMCA of Central Kentucky for his contributions to that organization. He has also received the Kentucky Society of CPAs Leader in Industry Award for his dedication to the profession and community.

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DOUG HACKER
Principal, Vice President/Construction Manager

Doug holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Kentucky. Doug joined Congleton-Hacker in 1993 as a project manager and has served as vice president of construction management since 2001.

Doug has nearly 30 years of experience working on some of the highest profile projects within Central Kentucky including project at Central Baptist Hospital, Saint Joseph Hospital, and the University of Kentucky. He prides himself on developing repeat clients by his commitment to service, quality, and team approach to every project. Most recently, Doug has specialized in preconstruction leadership on healthcare, secondary education, and college athletic projects.

Doug currently serves as a board member and is a past president of the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky. He is also a trustee on the Associated General Contractors Self Insured Fund of Kentucky. In addition to industry boards, Doug has served on many community boards for organizations reflecting his personal values.