Tanner Holland is President & CEO of McDonald York Building Company and oversees all construction operations while working alongside the company’s executive management team. In addition, he is responsible for the firm's safety program - MYSafety® and quality control program - MYQuality®. Tanner describes McDonald York as "a family of like minded professionals who go the extra mile for their clients because that is just what we do."
Tanner brings to his role an exceptional leadership ability, deep insight into our business and culture and a strong commitment to our employees and clients. Tanner is an inspirational leader whose positive management style energizes people to do their best by creating an atmosphere of dedication, work-to-life balance and open communication. One of Tanner's key focuses and successes has been the establishment of sound and innovative strategies to recruit, motivate, train and retain highly qualified project managers and project superintendents.
Prior to joining McDonald York in 2010 as a senior project manager, Tanner was Vice President of Operations for a local construction company. He has more than 16 years of experience in the construction industry. In 2012, he was elected Vice President, Chief Operating Officer of McDonald York Building Company.
In addition to his work at McDonald York, Tanner actively participates in a variety of civic and charitable endeavors. He is the current president of the General Contractors Association of Raleigh (GCAR). Additionally, he is a member of the Fred A Olds Elementary School PTA, is a Sunday school teacher at Hayes Barton Baptist Church, and coaches baseball for the Burlington Bees team of the West Raleigh Baseball Association. Last, but certainly not least, Tanner spends a great deal of his time outside of work with his two twin boys and says that he wouldn't trade that for anything. Most days they can be found on the fields at West Raleigh Baseball Association.
Tanner graduated from North Carolina State University with a B.S. in Environmental Sciences.