Date: October 4, 2019
Chaney Enterprises is pleased to announce that Francis “Hall” Chaney, III has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Hall Chaney, named president in October 2016, succeeds William “Bill” F. Childs, IV, who is retiring after 27 years with the company.
Hall Chaney held many positions at Chaney Enterprises, including project manager, sales and business development, concrete operations manager, executive vice president, before becoming the third generation to lead the company as president in 2016. Since then, Chaney Enterprises has acquired Howlin Concrete, Dunkirk Supply (now BuilderUp) and PCS Concrete, becoming one of the largest family-owned, ready-mix concrete and sand and gravel producers in the Mid-Atlantic by revenue, sales, and volume. Chaney Enterprises also began offering limestone to its customers, along with its first 80-railcar train for limestone transportation.
“Continuing to grow this family business based on the same core principles and culture from which it was formed is a true passion for myself and our entire leadership team,” said Francis "Hall" Chaney, III, chief executive officer of Chaney Enterprises. “We take pride in delivering exceptional products and services, while demonstrating unwavering commitment to our people, our communities, and our environment. In my new role as CEO, I will continue Chaney Enterprises’ devotion to serving the needs of all of our constituents and our communities. We will look for continuous strategic growth opportunities, while maintaining our core focus on our quality, efficiencies and customers’ needs. Our team-members continue to be our greatest strength, and we look forward to continuing to push one another for the benefit of our customers and our community.”
He is chair of the Maryland Transportation Builders and Materials Association’s (MTBMA) education committee, serves on the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) executive committee, a Maryland Ready Mixed Concrete Association (MRMCA) board member, serves the Chaney Foundation, and the Maryland Motor Truck Association (MMTA), among other activities and services.
A resident of Anne Arundel County, Chaney earned both a bachelor of science degree in logistics and supply chain management and a master’s degree in real estate and development from the University of Maryland.