Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Feb. 13.
Site Specific is pleased to announce two new hires to the company’s Leadership Team. Earlier this week, Mark Helman joined Site Specific as Chief Financial Officer. In his new role, Mark will serve as the top Accounting, Finance and Administrative professional, and provide leadership over the development and execution of Site Specific’s strategic plan for growth. Mark has over twenty years of professional experience, the majority of which has been in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry. Prior to joining Site Specific, Mark was CFO for Elaine Construction.
Mark has been an active member of the Construction Financial Managers Association since 2014 and has served on the Massachusetts Chapter’s Board of Directors since 2018. Mark received his bachelor’s degree from Emory University and his MBA from Babson College. He has been a longtime leader on the Babson Alumni Board of Directors, having served as both Vice President and as Treasurer of the Babson Alumni Association’s Executive Leadership Team.
Site Specific is also pleased to announce that Bo Koloski has joined the company as Vice President of Client Services. In this new role, Bo will lead the strategic direction for marketing and client services in support of new business acquisition and client satisfaction across the entire Site Specific portfolio. Bo has over twenty-five years of professional client relations experience, the last twenty of which have been in the commercial and institutional construction industry. Prior to joining Site Specific, Bo served as the Director of Client Services at BOND, where he was part of the Senior Leadership Team and helped to establish the company’s permanent Providence office. He also worked previously at Shawmut Design and Construction.
Currently Bo is a member of the Providence Foundation and a Board Member of the Rhode Island Contractor’s Licensing and Registration Board. Additionally, Bo is a member of The Providence Preservation Society and the New England Institute of Technology's Construction Management Advisory Board. He also served as a past director for the Rhode Island Green Building Council, the New England Institute of Technology’s Construction Management Advisory Board, and The Rhode Island ACE Mentor Program. He is also a past President of the Veterans Memorial Auditorium Foundation.
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Source: Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce