Author: Lana Piskorowski
Strengthening The Pacific Northwest’s Water IndustrySlayden, a prominent name in the Pacific Northwest's heavy civil water industry, has appointed Tom Paul as its new President. With an impressive track record of 40 years in water-wastewater infrastructure project management and organizational leadership, Tom's appointment is poised to enhance Slayden's competitive position and reinforce its position as a regional leader.
The announcement of Tom Paul as the new President brings excitement and optimism to Slayden and its teams. Tom’s extensive experience in the water industry makes him an ideal fit to lead the organization toward bigger and better opportunities. “I am thrilled to be part of such a fantastic organization and look forward to leading our teams to bigger and better opportunities,” remarked Tom upon his appointment.
Slayden has always been at the forefront
of delivering exceptional solutions for
our clients, and I am excited to build
upon this legacy.
President of Slayden Constructors
Tom Paul’s journey in civil engineering began with a Bachelor of Science degree in the field, laying a solid foundation for his career. Over the years, he has gained invaluable expertise in managing water-wastewater infrastructure projects, earning him admiration and respect in the industry.
Beyond his project management prowess, Tom’s contributions extend to broader industry leadership. Notably, he served as the Chairman of the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Water/Wastewater Annual Conference in 2018. This role demonstrated his commitment to promoting best practices and innovation within the water industry.
With his leadership at the helm, Slayden is poised to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of the water industry with confidence and foresight. Tom’s strategic vision is expected to drive the company’s growth, fostering innovation, and strengthening client relationships.
Tom Paul’s appointment as President marks an important milestone in Slayden’s journey. As the organization continues to forge ahead in the Pacific Northwest’s water industry, his leadership promises a bright and promising future.
In conclusion, Slayden’s decision to welcome Tom Paul as their new President is a testament to their commitment to excellence and innovation. With his wealth of experience and visionary approach, Tom is poised to further elevate Slayden’s position as a leader in the region’s heavy civil water industry. As the company embarks on this new chapter under Tom’s leadership, the prospects for growth and success appear exceptionally promising.