Key Management Profiles

Key Management Profiles

Kenny Cole
President/CEO

Kenny joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1978. Before becoming the President/CEO, he worked as an electrician, General Foreman, Superintendent, Project Manager, Division Manager, and General Superintendent. Kenny has been in the electrical industry for over 40 years working both in the field and as part of the management staff.

Bill Edler
General Superintendent
NJATC, five-year electrical apprentice graduate

Bill joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1988 and has over 32 years of experience in the electrical industry. Before becoming General Superintendent, he worked as an apprentice, service technician, General Foreman, and Project Manager. He currently holds a State of Georgia Electrical Contractors Non-Restricted License. Bill also sat on the Georgia Department of Community Affairs 2020 National Electrical Code Task Force Committee. His primary responsibilities include oversight of our Prefabrication efforts, overseeing Project Planners and Prefabrication Designers, as well as managing our field labor force at Inglett & Stubbs.

Chris Williams
Chief Financial Officer
Auburn University 1976, BS Chemistry

Chris joined Inglett & Stubbs in 2009 as the Chief Financial Officer. He is responsible for all financial activities of the company. Chris is a Certified Public Accountant and has served as a CFO for over 30 years.

Miller Chalk
Vice President – Commercial Construction
Auburn University, Electrical Engineering

Miller joined Inglett & Stubbs in 2005. Before entering his current position, he served for 11 years as a Project Manager and Project Director.  His primary responsibilities include maintaining and developing customer relationships, preconstruction and value analysis, and overseeing project managers.

Mike Hughes
Vice President – Business Development/Preconstruction
Southern Poly Tech 1983, BS Architectural Engineering

Mike joined Inglett & Stubbs in 2009. Prior to joining he was in the Consulting Engineering business for 32 years. Since joining he has been involved in Project Management, Value engineering and Estimating on many of the larger projects. Currently involved with Business Development and continuing to oversee the Preconstruction activities.

Gaël Pirlot
Vice President – Mission Critical Services
Georgia Institute of Technology, BS Electrical and Computer Engineering, MS Electrical Engineering

Gaël joined Inglett & Stubbs in 2006. Before entering his current position, he served for 10 years as a Project Manager and Project Director for various large projects in and outside the United States.  His primary responsibilities include preconstruction, value analysis and project management oversight specializing in mission critical and laboratory projects.

Joe Wheeler
Vice President – Healthcare
Southern Poly Tech 1989, BS Electrical Engineering

Joe joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1999. Before entering into his current role as Vice President, Joe served as Division Manager, Senior Project Manager and Project Manager almost exclusively in the healthcare market. His primary responsibilities include preconstruction, value analysis and project management supervision.

John Bush
Division Manager – Maintenance Services
Middle Tennessee State University 1983, AS Math, Physics and Liberal Arts

John joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1994. Before entering into his current position as a Division Manager, John worked as a Project Manager. He has been in the electrical industry for over 29 years working both in the field and as part of the management staff. He has four years of training at the IBEW apprentice training school. His current responsibilities include management of the Mission Critical Facility operations and maintenance group.

Scott Calton
Division Manager – Telecommunications
NJATC, five-year electrical apprentice graduate

Scott joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1990. Before entering his current position as Division Manager, Scott worked as an apprentice, service technician, foreman, and telecommunications coordinator. Scott has had over 24 years in the electrical and telecommunications industry. His primary responsibilities include managing the telecommunication team that include project managers and field employees.

Todd Evans
Division Manager – Special Projects
NJATC, five-year electrical apprentice graduate

Todd joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1990. Before entering into his current position as a Division Manager, Todd worked as an apprentice, service technician, and Project Manager. Todd has had over 30 years of experience in the electrical industry. His primary responsibilities include managing the Special Projects team, which includes project managers and field service. He also provides project support for multiple end-user clients. He currently holds 7 state electrical licenses and 2 state GC licenses.

Adrienne Graham
Safety Director
Columbia Southern University, Occupational Safety and Health

Adrienne joined Inglett & Stubbs in 2009. Before entering into her current position of Safety Director in 2013, Adrienne worked as the Labor and Safety Coordinator. Over the years, Adrienne has been instrumental in developing procedures and programs that will help to eliminate accidents and injuries through the consistent application of our safety program and policies. Adrienne holds a CHST credential through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Her primary responsibility is the Safety & Training of all Inglett & Stubbs personnel.

Jeff Giglio
Chairman
Georgia Institute of Technology 1977, BS Electrical Engineering

Jeff joined Inglett & Stubbs in 1979. Before holding his current position as Chairman, he served 10 years as President/CEO where he was responsible for the overall company oversight. Currently, he is in charge of the development and coordination of Inglett & Stubbs’ other business entities.