Recently Promoted President Bradley Wright Expands Firm’s Presence in Colorado, Georgia, Montana and Washington State
MFRG-ICON Construction, a leader in construction solutions for the occupied renovation of affordable multifamily and senior housing communities, recently promoted Chief Operating Officer Bradley Wright to president after he led the general contracting firm to expand its presence into four additional markets across the nation.
With offices in Scottsdale, Orange County and San Diego, California, and Athens, Georgia, MFRG-ICON has expanded its footprint to include projects throughout California, Arizona, Washington State, Montana, Colorado, and Georgia.
“During Brad’s time as COO, he was essential in building a solid leadership team and operations structure that has helped create a consistent experience for our clients,” said Justin Krueger, CEO of MFRG-ICON Construction. “Now under his leadership as president, Brad will continue to lead efforts in our national expansion with a strong emphasis on providing exceptional service for all of our clients and their residents.”
The construction solutions firm has more than two and a half decades of experience in the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) industry. Its team has completed renovations of more than 30,000 affordable housing units and $2 billion in construction while temporarily relocating more than 50,000 families and seniors. With guidance from Wright, MFRG-ICON’s vision is to be recognized as the national leader in multi-family and senior housing renovations.
“As COO I have been surrounded by an amazing team that has helped us build a world class culture. We have worked tirelessly over the past three years creating a solution-based experience for our clients which results in a best in class renovation” said Wright. “As president, I will work closely with Justin in identifying new markets in an effort to expand the MFRG-ICON experience across America.”
MFRG-ICON plans to open the east coast regional office in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2021. For more information about MFRG-ICON Construction, please visit www.mfrg-icon.com.