Our Team

Robert V. Carney

President

Robert V. Carney is President of Thomas P. Carney, Inc. With 40 years of experience in the construction industry, Mr. Carney has spent a lifetime directing and supervising construction projects, giving him a thorough understanding of the construction industry. Robert’s expertise includes estimating, scheduling, project management and negotiations.

Mr. Carney began his career as a Field Engineer in 1966 and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Robert and his brother John took over ownership and management of Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in the mid 1970’s. Their vision saw TPC through its generational transition to the successful, reputable General Construction Contractor it is today.

John J. Carney

CEO

John J. Carney is Thomas P. Carney, Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer, involved in all areas of the business with particular emphasis on project estimating, project management and company oversight. Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer, John began his career as a site engineer. From 1972 through present, John worked his way from Project Engineer, to Project Manager and Senior Estimator. Mr. Carney received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1972.

Joseph M. Carney

Vice-President, General Superintendent

As General Superintendent, Joseph M. Carney oversees all aspects of a project’s field operations including quality control, coordination of all trades, hiring trade workers, progress meetings, scheduling material and equipment deliveries. Being OSHA safety trained, he is responsible for the implementation of Thomas P. Carney, Inc.’s site-specific safety program. Joe has have been in the construction business for over 40 years and has accumulated field and industry experience which has put him among an elite class.

Joe is currently Project Superintendent on the SEPTA 30th Street Station Renovations, and previously on the SEPTA Levittown Station, SEPTA Dilworth Plaza, PA Convention Center, Trenton Train Station, Montgomery High School, Hackettstown Water Pollution Control Plant, among many others.

Michael P. Carney

Corporate Secretary, General Superintendent

As General Superintendent, Michael P. Carney oversees all aspects of a project’s field operations including quality control, coordination of all trades, hiring trade workers, progress meetings, scheduling material and equipment deliveries. Being OSHA safety trained, they are responsible for implementation of Thomas P. Carney, Inc.’s site-specific safety programs.

Mike has been in the construction business for 40 years and has served as Project Superintendent on a number of substantive construction projects, directly supervising completion of high percentages of TPC self-performed work, including excavation, site piping, concrete, masonry and interior finishes.

Mike is currently working on North Church Street Water Treatment Plant and the Trenton State House Renovations. Previous projects include the Philadelphia Water Pollution Control Plant – Gravity Thickener project, the Bucks County Sedimentation Project, Abraham Lincoln High School, Rowan Science Building among many others.

Soandra Hammons

Controller

Soandra Hammons has over 30 years of accounting experience and joined Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 2020. She is responsible for the Financial and Administration function of the company, including cost, accounting, cash management, risk management, pension review, personnel issues, budgeting, forecasting and sub-contractor agreements.

Soandra has an Accounting and Business Management Degree from Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky.

Daniel Driscoll

Project Manager, Estimator

Daniel Driscoll has been a member of Thomas P. Carney, Inc.’s management team for the past 30-years, since graduating with a degree in Construction Technology from Williamson Trade School.  Dan has served as Project Manager on several major projects, including the $55M Renovation to the Historic Trenton Train Station, in Trenton, New Jersey; SEPTA Philadelphia City Hall – Dilworth Plaza Renovations; SEPTA Levittown Station Renovations and currently the Trenton State House Renovation project.

Dan’s project management responsibilities include coordination between all trades, progress meetings, CPM scheduling and updates, sub-contract negotiations, Project Close-Out and Commissioning.

Dan exhibits exemplary leadership, competency and command over his responsibilities for the successful completion of projects.

Dan also estimates the concrete, masonry, carpentry, Building Finishes Divisions 8, 9, 10 & 11 portions of projects TPC bids.

Michael Carney, Jr.

Project Manager, Estimator

Michael Carney, Jr. has been with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. since graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree from West Virginia University in 2008.

Michael is currently Project Manager of the North Church Street Water Treatment Plant and SEPTA 30th Street Station Renovation projects.   Previously, he was Project Manager of the Northeast Gravity Thickener Project and Estimator on various projects, Project Superintendent on the Lower Bucks Sedimentation Basin project, Assistant Superintendent on the Lincoln High School project, ran a concrete crew at the Pennsylvania Convention Center; coordinated a lake dredging project in the Pocono Mountains with the DEP and Army Corps of Engineers.

Henry Courbis, Jr. (Bud)

MEP Coordinator / Estimator

Henry (Bud) Courbis, Jr. is a veteran in the construction industry. During his 30 plus years with Thomas P. Carney, Inc., Bud has primarily concentrated on MEP engineering, excavation and site utilities estimating, site condition evaluations and project management.  Bud participates in Commissioning, coordination of final as-built drawings and LEED Programs.  Bud estimates, reviews and coordinates MEP sub-contractor quotes on single prime project bids, and upon notice of award, settles MEP sub-contracts.

Prior to its sale in 1990, bud was President and CEO of McElwee-Courbis Construction Company which operated in seven states.  He has a tremendous wealth of experience in the construction of Wastewater Treatment Plants.

Ann Gutekunst

Executive Secretary

Ann Gutekunst joined Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 1989.  She is Executive Secretary to Robert V. and John J. Carney.

Ann’s many responsibilities include create, manage and organize file system; support Project Managers, Superintendents; assist in the bidding process; research and other resources to accommodate specific project needs; submittals, project Commissioning and Close-Out.  Ann also develops and implements project specific Safety Plans.

Whitney Hill

Accounts Payable, Payroll

Whitney Hill joined Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 2016.  Whitney has over 15-years of experience in the construction accounting industry.  She executes all matters pertaining to Payroll, Certified Payrolls and Accounts Payable activities.

Ginger Salata

Project Administrator

Ginger Salata has been with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. since 2018 and came to us with over 20 years of Construction Administrative experience.

Ginger’s responsibilities include administrative support for Project Managers and Superintendents; coordinate and process submittals, job schedules; coordinate sub-contractor and vendor deliveries and work schedules; project Commissioning and Close-Out.

Bill White

Project Superintendent, QA/QC Coordinator

Bill White began his career with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 1982 after completing the carpentry program at Williamson Trade School.  In addition to being an excellent finish carpenter, Bill has been the Project Superintendent and QA/QC Coordinator on the Neshaminy Manor Nursing Facility, Burlington County College, Totem Road Pump Station, DELCORA Water Treatment Plant, Montgomery Township High School, Trenton Train Station Renovation and PA Convention Center project, SEPTA Levittown Station and is currently on the Trenton State House Renovations.

Bill is responsible for coordination of sub-contractors, schedule and delivery of construction materials, Quality Control monitoring of materials and labor force, and conducting Tool Box Safety Meetings.  Bill is also OSHA trained and certified.

Dennis Hart

Project Superintendent

Dennis Hart joined Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 2016 for the concrete construction of the 51-story W / Element Hotel and currently overseeing the  structural and concrete procurement for the SEPTA 30th Street Station. 

Dennis’ previous work includes Citizen Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field and a multitude of concrete projects throughout the Philadelphia region.

Kevin Carney

Construction Site Foreman

Kevin Carney started with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. as a laborer and has advanced to Site Foreman and is currently working on the Trenton State House Renovations.

He previously worked on the Northeast Gravity Thickener Project, Lincoln High School, SEPTA City Hall Renovations and the Northeast Incinerator project.

Tom Weiss

Assistant Superintendent

Tommy Weiss started with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 2017. He is currently  Assistant Superintendent for the Belmont Sedimentation Tank Rehabilitation project.  Tommy’s duties include Sub-Contractor Management, submittals and daily project coordination.  He previously worked on the Gravity Thickener Project in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.

Bob Hart

Project Foreman

Bob Hart joined Thomas P. Carney, Inc. in 2016 for the concrete construction of the 51-story W / Element Hotel.  Bob is currently Field Superintendent on the Trenton State House Renovation project.  He is responsible for managing and coordinating construction crews; maintaining the project schedule in coordination with other sub-contractors to coincide with the overall project completion schedule; project QA/QC; and equipment and material deliveries.

Bob’s previous work includes Citizen Bank Park, Lincoln Financial Field and a multitude of concrete projects throughout the Philadelphia region.

Kevin Coleman

Carpenter Foreman

Kevin Coleman has been a Carpenter Foreman on many Thomas P. Carney, Inc. projects including but not limited to the Hackettstown Wastewater Treatment Plant, Montgomery High School, Trenton Train Station, PA Convention Center, Lincoln High School, Philadelphia Northeast Water Pollution Control Plant Gravity Thickener project and North Church Street Water Treatment Plant.  Kevin is currently at the SEPTA 30th Street Station Renovation project.

Dave Haupert

Laborer Foreman

Dave Haupert has been Laborer Foreman and Assistant Superintendent on many Thomas P. Carney, Inc. projects, including but not limited to the Montgomery High School, Trenton Train Station, PA Convention Center, Lincoln High School, SEPTA Dilworth Plaza and the SEPTA Levittown Station. Dave is currently working at the SEPTA 30th Street Station Renovation project.

Lance Tobin

Equipment Manager

Lance Tobin has been with Thomas P. Carney, Inc. since 2016 maintaining, servicing and coordinating construction equipment from our yard in Morrisville, PA to our various on-going construction projects.  Lance also coordinates project specific material deliveries between our yard and respective projects.

Chris Messick

Assets Manager

Christopher W. Messick has over 25 years of experience as a Real Estate professional. Chris specializes in the acquisition, financing and sales of commercial and residential real estate projects.  He is responsible for attracting capital and securing financing, as well as cost control, sales forecasts, asset valuation, marketing and leasing.

Chris graduated from Boston University in 1993 and has previously worked at M and T Bank, GE Capital and WLM Management as head of Real Estate Development.

Kim A. Carney

Property Management Division

Kim A. Carney has been a member of Thomas P. Carney, Inc.’s management team for 30 years.  Kim is responsible for renovations and maintenance of investment real estate properties.

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