Mike Martin has stepped in as President of CAI, and added Rich Tree (Chief Operating Officer), Alice Redmond (Chief Strategy Officer), Phil Pursifull (Chief Financial Officer), Jackie Karceski (Chief Technology Officer), and Tim Howard (Chief Human Resources Officer).
For the past 25 years, CAI has been helping customers design, deliver, operate and maintain quality-critical manufacturing (GMP related) or mission-critical facilities, aiming at a superior level of operational performance and reliability. The new C-suite team aims to expedite the delivery of projects, raise quality, and reduce costs for customer, while developing strategic growth areas, improved accounting practices, and expert talent protocol.
"CAI has delivered on our promise to meet a higher standard for our clients the past 25 years,” said Robert Chew, CAI’s CEO. “This year clients have called on us to help them respond to the most urgent global health crisis in the past 100 years. I am proud of the work our team is doing and am as confident as ever that under Mike's leadership CAI will continue thrive and earn each client's trust every day.”
Martin has been with CAI for more than two years, initially joining as Global Director of Program & Project Management, and also serving as Vice President of Strategy & Development. Martin previously served with Eli Lilly and Company for more than 32 years, ascending from Mechanical Engineer in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Project Director in Kinsale, Ireland.
"I am excited about leading CAI and look forward to working with the leadership team to drive our business in areas critical to our mission while serving our global clients,” Martin said in a statement. “We are investing heavily in IT systems and applications to drive efficiency throughout our organization and expand our technology enabled services. Likewise, we continue our geographic expansion to better serve our global clients, delivering operational readiness and operational excellence solutions all around the world."