President and CEO
Paul began working at The Sack Company in the early seventies. He started in the field and later moved on to estimating and project management for jobs ranging in size from $10,000 to $5,000,000.
Paul assumed responsibility of President of The Sack Company in 1986 and his key roles include managing the business as a whole, maintaining communication with key management personnel, negotiating contracts, further developing the business and maintaining customer relationships.
Paul has served on various boards throughout his career including the Georgia Chamber Board of Directors, Bulloch County Development Authority Board of Directors, Ogeechee Technical College Foundation and Board of Directors, and the Rotary Club of Downtown Statesboro Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Georgia Economic Developers Association, Middle Coastal Unified Development Authority, and Independent Electrical Contractors-Georgia Board of Directors.
Paul is a graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration.
In his current role at The Sack Company, Philip manages electrical and mechanical projects, estimates construction costs, and oversees the service department.
Philip is LEED AP O+M certified and is a licensed electrical and mechanical contractor throughout the southeastern United States.
Philip graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor Degree in Management Information Systems.
Chief Financial Officer
Marty has nearly 40 years of experience in the business of construction finance and accounting. He has provided financial and administrative oversight for contractors with average annual sales of $800 million to $1 billion.
As Chief Financial Officer, Marty’s role is to implement, manage and control all financial-related activities, management reporting, financial analysis, financial planning and strategic planning for The Sack Company.
Marty has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from the State University of New York at Fredonia.
Vice President of Industrial Operations
Larry started his career as a sheet metal mechanic and start up technician in 1970. He opened his own sheet metal shop and later an HVAC business before selling to Sack Company in 1982. He is now the leader and Vice President of Industrial Operations.
As the Vice President of Industrial Operations, Larry’s role is to oversee all industrial projects from estimation to completion.