Former Turner executive joins Gilbane rental subsidiary

Mark Breslin will lead the expansion of Next 150 Construction. Mark Breslin will lead the expansion of Next 150 Construction.

Gilbane Building Company has appointed Mark Breslin to lead the planned expansion of its sites services subsidiary Next 150 Construction.

Breslin joins the company following 35 years in the construction industry, 28 of which served as vice president of contractor Turner Construction.

He will be responsible for the expansion of site services and equipment across the US market for Next 150 Construction.

Next 150 Construction supplies skilled labour, equipment rentals, job site safety, and temporary services on Gilbane projects.

At Turner Construction, Breslin led its Canadian business, repositioned its equipment rental business, and grew its presence in segments including data centers, commercial interiors, healthcare and industrial.

Daniel M. Gilbane, managing director, Gilbane Building Company and president, Next 150 Construction, said, “Mark has the expert operational experience and proven leadership to drive Next 150 Construction’s continued growth.

“We are excited for Mark to further enhance Next 150 Construction’s value to our clients in safety, sustainability, and service. Mark also shares Gilbane’s deep commitment to developing the best in our people and supporting the career advancement of our Next 150 team members.”

Breslin added, “I can’t think of a better time in the history of the Gilbane family of companies to be joining, as we experience such impressive growth in our business. I look forward to working with our exceptional team to deliver quality and results on every project.”

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