Kevin G. McCarthy (Owner)
Kevin McCarthy has over 45 years of experience in the construction industry. He spent the early years of his career as a union carpenter and still is a union carpenter. This experience lead to the owning of K.G.M., Inc. With abundant levels of retail, restaurant, hospitality and commercial construction experience, Kevin is active in all facets of K.G.M. Inc.
With a vigorous commitment to customer services, Kevin oversees the day-to-day operation with hands-on involvement regarding client relations and project management. He also oversees the day-to-day field operations visiting the various projects to review progress and to provide support for the field superintendents and project managers.
James F. Reilly Jr.(Vice President)
General Expertise Jim Reilly has almost 30 years of experience mainly on the owner's side in the retail, restaurant, real estate, construction, store planning and design industry.
His industry proven experience in site selection including new construction, build-outs and retrofits supports our client's project objectives.
Working with clients from conceptualization though completion, Jim's experience spans all phases of the project development process. As Vice President of K.G.M., Inc. Jim works directly with our clients to oversee their projects through estimating, and project management. Jim is also heavily involved in the day-to-day project development process and managing the team members to meet client goals. Jim is also responsible for maintaining and developing relationships with past, present and future clients.
Pennie M Kroush Klucina (Project Mgr.)
General Expertise Pennie has been with K.G.M., Inc. for almost 25 years and provides a high level of customer service to our clients. Pennie started as an Administrative Assistant and has advanced to being a Project Manager with involvement leading many key project details.
As Project Manager of K.G.M., Pennie schedules the project in logical steps and budgets time required to meet deadlines including estimating labor requirements. Pennie inspects and reviews projects to monitor compliance with building and safety codes and other regulations. Pennie also manages the bidding process, prepares contracts and negotiates revisions including contractual agreements with Architects, consultants, clients, suppliers and subcontractors.