MTLC Building Group, a Franklin-based commercial general contractor serving the Southeast, announced the promotion of Mark Pirtle to vice president of operations.
In this new role, Pirtle will assist MTLC principals to ensure the most efficient operations during continued growth, while maintaining the company’s customer-first philosophy. He will also continue to manage specialized projects, utilizing his extensive experience in both ground-up construction and interior build-outs.
Since joining MTLC four years ago, Pirtle has managed projects totaling more than $40 million. Among those are Nashville’s House of Cards and Johnny Cash’s Kitchen & Saloon. In Williamson County, some projects include Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and Vintage Vine 100 jewel boxes at McEwen Northside, a Berry Farms retail building and FirstBank Amphitheater, the new, open-air music venue.
Pirtle contributes more than 15 years’ experience in project management roles, having held positions in Florida and Tennessee. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in concrete industry management from Middle Tennessee State University.