Memphis, TN, December 10, 2015---Montgomery Martin Contractors (MMC) has expanded its leadership roster by naming Brandon Herrington as Director of Marketing. In his new role, he will oversee the day-to-day marketing and communications responsibilities of the firm and assist in ongoing business development efforts.
“Culturally, MMC is a great fit for me.” Herrington explains, “Through solid leadership and the right investments in staff, they have truly built a client-focused company with a family-oriented internal culture. Additionally, MMC is in the midst of developing a sustainable growth model moving forward. This mentality of continuous process improvement is very attractive to me and is the sign of a healthy, mature organization. There couldn’t be a better time to be here.”
Montgomery Martin Contractors is currently working on several high-profile development projects in the region including the Heart of the Park Enhancements at Shelby Farms and the renovation and repurposing of the Chisca Hotel in downtown Memphis. The company also recently completed the renovation and expansion of Autozone Park and will serve as the general contractor for the apartments portion of the Central Station redevelopment in South Main.
“Autozone Park, the Chisca and Shelby Farms are some of the places that will define Memphis moving forward,” Herrington continues. “They are the places I take my kids and the places where I have made and will continue to make memories. It is exciting to know that we have a hand in all of that. We have a hand in the future of my city.”
Herrington previously served as Director of Development for LifeLinc Corporation where he successfully built and managed LifeLinc’s internal marketing and communications department and assisted in the creation and development of the LifeLinc Pain Centers business line. A native Memphian, his community involvement includes service as President of the South Main Association and board member of the Memphis and Shelby County Music Commission. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis.