Mr. McCormick has been the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Primoris since November 4, 2019. Mr. McCormick joined Primoris in April 2016 as Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to Primoris’ President in April 2019. Mr. McCormick has over 30 years of experience in design and construction with a wide range of knowledge in the gas processing, refining/petrochemical, power, pipeline, liquids recovery, Liquefied Natural Gas (“LNG”) and gas compression markets. Mr. McCormick received his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Florida State University and an Advanced Management Program from INSEAD in France.
Mr. Perisich has been senior vice president and general counsel of Primoris since February 2006. Prior to that, he served as vice president, general counsel and Secretary of Primoris. Mr. Perisich joined ARB in 1995. Prior to joining Primoris, Mr. Perisich practiced law at Klein, Wegis, a full service law firm based in Bakersfield, California. He received a B.A. degree from UCLA in 1987, and a J.D. from the University of Santa Clara in 1991.
Michael Christy joined Primoris in August of 2018. Michael has over 27 years of E&C experience serving a diverse array of natural gas, electric, and telecommunication customers across the United States. Michael began his career in 1991 as a laborer for Peter Kiewit & Sons while attending college earning his B.S Degree in Environmental Science. Since then, he has held management and executive leadership roles with InfraSource (Quanta Services subsidiary) and Dycom Industries. Michael has a broad range of experience deploying operational innovation and EPC/Turnkey solutions to the Utility and Telecommunications industries. As Group President, Michael’s strategic focus is to expand the business unit capabilities and overall service model in existing and new markets.
Mr. Healy has served as co-president of ARB since February 2006. Prior to that, he was senior vice president of ARB. Mr. Healy is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Industrial group. He joined Primoris through Primoris's acquisition of Oilfield Construction in 1989. In 2006, Mr. Healy was elected president of the CPMCA (California Piping and Mechanical Contractors Association). He received a B.S. in Construction Engineering from the State University of New York at Alfred.
Jeff Prim joined Primoris through the T&D acquisition in June 2018 and steps into this role with over 30 years of experience in the electrical utility industry.
Jeff received his electrical engineering degree from North Carolina State University in 1986. He’s also a graduate of Duke University’s Corporate Education Program, “Leading in the New Energy Industry”; as well as The Center for Creative Leadership’s Leadership Development Program. He previously served as the President of T&D East. Prior to joining the T&D Group, he had served in various management positions with both a privately held, large regional contractor, as well as with an electrical investor owned utility. Jeff has broad knowledge and leadership experience in electrical transmission and distribution (OH & UG); power line construction and maintenance; substation construction and maintenance; as well as fiber optic installation.
Kevin Smith joined Primoris in July, 2018 as group President of Primoris Industrial, Fabrication and Maintenance. Kevin previously served as global vice president of construction for an EPC company, where he had work in 13 countries. He has over 40 years of experience in civil and industrial construction and EPC work including University and public sector expansions, fabrication, Pulp and Paper, Highway and civil, Refining, LNG, Gas Processing, Petrochemicals and Oil Sands extraction for Companies including; Brown and Root, S&B Constructors and CBI. His experience in a variety of countries qualify him to lead the Primoris Willbros Canada group, as well as the Pipe Fabrication, Industrial, and Mechanical business units of Primoris. His career started in the field as an apprentice and worked through projects into management and in 2005 became vice president of construction responsible for domestic work and evolved into 2009 taking on the global role for a major EPC company.
Mr. Summers has served as co-president of ARB since February 2006. From 1996 through February 2006, he served as senior vice president of ARB. Currently, Mr. Summers is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Underground group. Additionally, he oversees international operations. In 2001, Mr. Summers served as President of the PLCA (Pipeline Contractors Association) and in 2004, he was President of the IPLOCA ( International Pipeline and Offshore Contractors Association). Mr. Summers received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from California Polytechnic State University.