Structure Tone Southwest Hires Rudolph M. Tejeda Jr. as VP of Industrial Construction in Houston
Houston, TX (November 9th, 2020) – EPC expert Rudolph (Rudy) Tejeda Jr. has joined Structure Tone Southwest’s Houston team. As the new Vice President of industrial construction, Tejeda will oversee the office’s expansion into the sector and manage Houston’s industrial construction operations.
Tejeda has more than 26 years of experience in delivering the most advanced, hardened structures in the Energy and Industrial sectors. Having held key roles in the industry, his hands-on experience across disciplines makes Tejeda uniquely qualified for the role. He excels in blast design and construction, industrial building programming, and the delivery of industrial buildings inside and outside the fence for upstream, midstream, and downstream energy clients. In his most recent role as VP of Design Build services at an engineering, procurement, and construction firm, Tejeda oversaw multiple projects and project teams, while working closely with clients to optimize their project’s value. He plans to bring both his industrial construction knowledge and his leadership skills to his role in Houston.
“Rudy is truly an expert in Texas’s complex industrial sector,” says Joseph Cribbin, president of Structure Tone Southwest. “He knows what it takes to design and build these kinds of facilities, and we’re excited to share his skills and expertise with our industrial clients and project teams.”
Chris Talley, Regional Vice President of Structure Tone Southwest in Houston indicated “Rudy is a welcome addition to our team, we’ve seen our industrial sector growing every year and Rudy will provide our clients with a much more diverse service offering.”
Tejeda holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Houston.
Rudolph Tejeda Jr.
About Structure Tone Southwest
Structure Tone Southwest is a regional leader in managing the construction of a variety of project types, from corporate interiors and luxury retail renovations to ground-up data centers and industrial facilities. The company has offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio and is part of the STO Building Group, which employs 2,200 professionals across the US, Canada, UK and Ireland. www.stobuildinggroup.comGo to http://www.stobuildinggroup.com