Jetton General Contracting adds Joseph Dean as Director of Strategic Development
Jetton General Contracting is pleased to announce the addition of Joseph Dean to their executive team as Director of Strategic Development.
Dean, who has been a staple in Arkansas’s economic development and real estate scene since the mid 90’s, will play an integral role in expanding Jetton General Contracting’s scope in Arkansas. Joseph (Joey) Dean brings over 20 years of experience in marketing, branding and economic development. Joey also brings experience in putting together large-scale projects in Arkansas dating back to a 2001 project, when at the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, he worked to bring Nestle’s manufacturing operations to the Northeast region of the state. The addition of Joey is just the first chapter in Jetton’s twelve month long search to fill the top spot that is responsible for the company’s statewide presence in the construction sector. When asked why Dean accepted the challenge, Dean is quoted,
“I am honored and excited to join such an innovative team and well establish company. I think the future is bright for Jetton General Contracting, both in Arkansas and across the country.”
Prior to joining Jetton General Contracting, Dean served as the Vice-President of Economic Development for the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce and worked closely with state and local officials on economic development issues and projects. Most recently he was with Flake & Kelley Commercial as a member of their Governmental Consulting Division as well as part of the team responsible for the redevelopment for the Little Rock Port.
Dean is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, the Economic Development Institute (University of Oklahoma) and Leadership Greater Little Rock. He has received recognition for his career through the Arkansas Business “40 under 40” and as the 2008 recipient of the Arkansas Outstanding Economic Development Award.
About Jetton General Contracting, Inc.
Jetton General Contracting, a wholly owned, independent general contractor, specializes in complex and fast paced construction projects across multiple industries. Starting as an Electrical Contractor over 42 years ago, the company added to its core focus in 1998 to include work performed as the general contractor. At that time, they also began to build a national infrastructure that would allow the company to service customers across the U.S. Jetton attributes their success to three core competencies that all employees share; to be comprehensive, to be innovative and to be precise in everything they do.