T. Roderick Henkels
Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
T. Roderick Henkels represents the third generation of commitment to the company his grandfather founded in 1923.
Mr. Henkels joined Henkels & McCoy in 1986 as a Field Supervisor of the firm’s York, Pennsylvania, Division. In 1988, he became Manager of the firm’s newly formed New England Division, managing telecommunications operations in the six-state area. In 1991, Mr. Henkels became Manager of the firm’s Southwest Division, located in Lewisville, Texas. In four years, he restructured the organization into a growing and profitable operation for the company. In May 1995, Mr. Henkels took a special assignment as Major Projects Manager for the Portland, Oregon, office managing all major projects within the Northwest.
Mr. Henkels was appointed Assistant Chief Operating Officer in 1996 and relocated to the corporate office in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. He assisted the Chief Operating Officer in the day-to-day field operations for the entire company, assuming responsibility for the improvement of productivity through all lines of business.
In 1998, Mr. Henkels was elected Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and in 1999, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In October of 2003, Mr. Henkels was promoted to Chief Executive Officer and President of Henkels & McCoy and in 2009 was elected Chairman.
Industry & Civic Involvement
Mr. Henkels was former Chair of and currently serves on the OSHA Electrical, Transmission and Distribution Partnership Executive Committee, is the former Chair of the Cradle of Liberty Boy Scouts of America Board and serves on the COLBSA Strategic Planning Committee, is a Board member of Cristo Rey High School, Philadelphia, PA, is a Member of the Finance Council of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and is a Board member and Chair of the Jr. Hockey Committee, Wissahickon Skating Club. Mr. Henkels was former Chairman of the Board of Trustees and former Chairman of the Diversity Committee of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, Philadelphia, PA. He is a former member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Board, a former member of The Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust Board and has served on the Liberty Mutual Advisory Board of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Henkels holds a Bachelor of Arts from Merrimack College.
James M. Dillahunty
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
President of Henkels & McCoy, Inc.
As President and Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Dillahunty is responsible for Henkels & McCoy, Inc.’s three operating regions (East, Central, and West) as well as the Pipeline Division. He is also responsible for the implementation of the company’s market strategies for power, oil & gas pipeline, gas distribution, and communications.
James M. Dillahunty, a third generation contractor, has served the utility industry for over 35 years. In his 27-plus years with Henkels & McCoy, Mr. Dillahunty’s success in developing large, complex projects and programs has helped drive significant company growth. His contributions include leading the Western Operations, Pipeline Division, and several ventures internationally. He is one of the organization’s most accomplished executives in cultivating relationships with many of the company’s largest customers.
Industry & Civic Involvement
Mr. Dillahunty serves on the board of the Power & Communication Contractors Association (PCCA) and has served in similar capacities for the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) Foundation, the Western Energy Institute (WEI), and the Labor Committee for the Pipe Line Contractors Association (PLCA).
Mr. Dillahunty holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering/Business from the University of Texas at Austin and Master of Business Administration in the Executive Business & Management Program at Pepperdine University.
Senior Vice President of Performance Systems for Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc., and Co-President of H&M Shared Services, Inc.
Mr. Cox leads all activities related to the Safety, Quality, Lean, Project Management, Information Technology, Operational Performance Training, and Fleet Departments to enable safe, reliable, and cost-effective solutions are in place to effectively integrate all operating platforms at the point of execution.
Mr. Cox joined HMSS in 2016 as the Vice President of Quality & Performance Systems, bringing with him more than 30 years of engineering, project management, and leadership experience in information technology and quality functions. Previous positions include Vice President of Program Management and Execution Quality for CSRA in their National Defense arena, Vice President of Program Management at Aerodyne Industries, and numerous leadership positions in multiple disciplines at Lockheed Martin.
Mr. Cox holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering from University of Virginia and is a Certified Program Manager and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
Mary Beth Martino
Chief Financial Officer for Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc., and Co‑President of H&M Shared Services, Inc.
Ms. Martino directs the development of the financial management strategy and strategic goals in multiple functions across all HMG subsidiary companies. As Co-President of HMSS, Ms. Martino leads the company’s financial control environment and directs legal, human resources, procurement, and marketing responsibilities across the enterprise.
Prior to joining HMG, Ms. Martino was Chief Executive Officer and a board member for Zenith Home Corporation. She held numerous executive management positions, including Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Operations Officer at Zenith Products Corporation and Winterthur Wendt USA, and was Cost Accounting Manager with Combustion Engineering, Inc., C.E.
Ms. Martino holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from La Salle University and a Master of Business Administration degree from St. Joseph’s University. Ms. Martino is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Treasury Professional.
David J. Cox
Senior Vice President of Communications, Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
Executive Vice President of Operations, Henkels & McCoy, Inc
David J. Cox has more than 30 years of progressive experience in construction operations, government contracting, and private business.
He joined Henkels & McCoy in 1999 as Regional Manager of the Mid-Atlantic Region. In 2002, Mr. Cox became Director of the Washington Capital Region for the systems integration group of H&M NetWorks. He was promoted to Vice President of Operations of the Central Region in 2008 and Regional Vice President in 2012.
Prior to joining Henkels & McCoy, Mr. Cox served as Vice President of Media Technologies, Inc., a leading producer of satellite teleconferences and video productions for the White House. He also served as Director of Production for the House Recording Studio of the U.S. House of Representatives, where he had overall responsibility for providing members of the United States Congress with timely, effective satellite communications to their congressional districts. He directed the live television coverage of the State of the Union address in 1993 and 1994.
Mr. Cox holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television from Radford University.
James A. Duffy Jr.
Senior Vice President, Gas Distribution, Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
Regional Vice President, East Region, Henkels & McCoy, Inc.
James A. (Jim) Duffy Jr.’s business development skills have driven Henkels & McCoy business forward. Through his work in the East Region, Henkels & McCoy has expanded and grown its customer base while maintaining consistent bottom-line performance.
Mr. Duffy joined Henkels & McCoy as Manager of Government Contracts in 1989 and was named Manager of National Accounts in 1993. In 1999, he was promoted to Vice President, Business Development. In this position, Mr. Duffy was responsible for the planning and management of Henkels & McCoy’s continued growth and expansion in design, engineering, construction, and maintenance for all aspects of electric power, gas, telephone, telecommunications, and voice/data/video.
In 2001, Mr. Duffy was named Vice President of Network Systems & Solutions. His responsibilities included the overall financial, sales, operational, and administrative management of the National Accounts Organization as well as the 20 local voice/data/video offices nationwide. Mr. Duffy was promoted to Vice President of Operations of the East Region in 2005 and Regional Vice President in 2011.
Mr. Duffy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Holy Family University and a Master of Business Administration from LaSalle University.
Vice President of Health, Safety, and Environmental, Henkels & McCoy Group, Inc.
As Vice President of Health, Safety, and Environmental of Henkels & McCoy Group, Andrew J. Salvadore provides strategic leadership in safety performance for all employees throughout North America.
Mr. Salvadore has more than 30 years of experience as a Certified Safety Professional, with expertise in risk management, loss prevention/reduction, behavioral safety management, corporate governance, and compliance programs. Prior to joining Henkels & McCoy, Mr. Salvadore held positions at the Asplundh Tree Expert Company, Martin Marietta Aerospace, and EBASCO Constructors, Inc. Other notable accomplishments include numerous certifications from the Insurance Institute of America, OSHA, and the National Safety Council, among others.
Industry & Civic Involvement
Mr. Salvadore is a member of the Electrical Transmission and Distribution OSHA Partnership, the Edison Electrical Institute, the American Society of Safety Engineers, and the Penn Del Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture.
Mr. Salvadore holds a Bachelor of Science in Safety Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.