McCownGordon Construction adds senior executive
Travis Noble joins firm, further positioning the firm for continued growth
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (July 6, 2020) – Travis Noble joins McCownGordon today as senior vice president of the company’s Kansas City Business Unit, bringing executive-level expertise to help further position the company for expansion. Noble brings more than 25 years of construction experience working with two multi-billion-dollar national construction companies. Most recently, he led the collegiate sports market across the nation for a top-three sports builder.
“Adding Travis to our team is a key step in continuing to execute on our strategic plan and positioning McCownGordon for additional growth and expansion,” said Ramin Cherafat, chief executive officer of McCownGordon. “Even in these challenging times, investing in people is still the number one factor in delivering the best building experience for our customers and achieving our strategic goals. We’ve been blessed with some great growth in the past few years and we continue to focus on moving our business forward and creating more opportunities to build new customer relationships. Travis brings great executive leadership experience to our team and will be a key addition to our Leadership Team as we continue to make progress on our long-term goals. Most importantly, he aligns with our core values, customer-focused way of doing business and the entrepreneurial culture we cultivate at McCownGordon. Adding Travis to our team frees up capacity for our company to focus on both vertical and geographic market expansion.”
In addition to running a national practice group, Noble’s background encompasses leading regional offices. His track record of success also includes orchestrating the turnaround of underperforming business units, greatly increasing revenue in key vertical markets.
Noble will serve on the company’s executive leadership team helping to drive corporate strategy and reporting directly to the CEO. He’ll also focus on advancing the company’s work in the Kansas City region and growing the next generation of leaders.
Noble has been involved with numerous charitable organizations during his career including Junior Achievement, LiveStrong, and WatchDOGS (Dads of Great Students), in addition to engaging in the civic community. He received his B.S. in Construction Management from University of Nebraska – Lincoln.