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HR Green appoints Steven Heyer CEO

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HR Green, Inc. (HR Green) announced that its Board of Directors has named Steven R. Heyer, PE, LEED AP to serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Heyer has served as Interim CEO since June 2013.

Heyer, a 34-year employee of HR Green, has held key leadership positions throughout the company, most recently serving as the President of its Senior Living Business Line and GCI Development, LLC.  Heyer is based at the corporation’s headquarters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Throughout his career, Heyer’s creative energy has been instrumental for HR Green.  Heyer has been involved with a wide array of project types throughout his tenure including airports, commercial buildings, correctional facilities, educational facilities, Federal buildings, industrial buildings and structures, libraries, medical facilities, water and wastewater treatment plants, city halls and law enforcement facilities.

Eliot Protsch, Chairman of the Board, indicated that the Board selected Heyer based on his seasoned leadership qualities, relationship with the company and its clients, and experience in the development and launch of prosperous business ventures for the company.

“In the past year it has become obvious that Steve is the clear choice to lead HR Green Inc. He has been able to execute on the firm’s strategic plan seamlessly,” said Protsch. “There was no question that Steve instilled a great sense of confidence in the board during the past year.”

Heyer said the confidence the board has shown in him is encouraging.

“I am gratified at the vote of confidence from our Board to continue in my role as CEO. The past year has been exciting for me working with my colleagues at HR Green, and I look forward to continued engagement with them and our clients.  I am fully committed to the ongoing success of HR Green.”


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