For Immediate Release
March 28, 2016
Contact: Sarah Dunn, Director of Client Strategies
Madison, WI - Eric Schmidt of Middleton, WI has been promoted to Vice President at CG Schmidt. As one of the owners of this family-owned company, Eric was previously serving as the General Manager of CG Schmidt’s Madison office. He relocated to Madison in 2010, when CG Schmidt made the corporate decision to focus resources on growing the Madison market. Under Eric’s leadership,
CG Schmidt’s Madison office experienced extreme growth, even during the downturn in the economy.
“Eric has surpassed all of the goals we set for him and growth of the Madison office. His commitment to our clients and perseverance for growing our business makes him deserving of this promotion,” remarked Rick Schmidt, President and CEO of CG Schmidt. “CG Schmidt is proud of what Eric has accomplished and looks forward to his continued success.”
Eric has been with the company for 25 years and received his bachelor’s degree in construction administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed the executive MBA program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He currently serves on the Board for Madison Country Day School, and he is one of the founding sponsors of the Clean Lakes Alliance and continues to serve on the Community Board. Eric is currently overseeing a variety of projects in Madison including the construction the new St. Paul’s University Student Center, the renovation of 316 W Washington Avenue building, and the addition to Wingra School.
CG Schmidt, a family-owned company since 1920, is a leader in quality construction management, general construction, and design-build services in the Midwest. The company serves the markets of community, healthcare, education, senior living, corporate, industrial and religious facilities. CG Schmidt’s notable projects include the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Calatrava Addition; Spectrum Brands New World Headquarters in Middleton; University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Union South and Carson Gulley Center; Beaver Dam School District; and Monroe Clinic Hospital in Monroe. For more information, please visit the company’s website at cgschmidt.com.