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Manhattan Construction Company Promotes Jason Martin to Vice President of Operations

Jason MartinTulsa, Oklahoma – Top performing, Tulsa-based national construction services firm, Manhattan Construction Company, announced today the promotion of Jason Martin to vice president of operations. Martin will provide executive oversight of the company’s national safety leadership team and programs and as the operations leader for Tulsa. He previously served as operations manager for the company’s Tulsa region.

“In his 25-year career, Jason has successfully coached team members on best practices for navigating conditions safely and with service excellence on more than 50 projects,” said John Reyhan, president of Manhattan Construction Company. “We are fortunate to have Jason join our core leadership team to nurture Manhattan’s safety programs and lead our safety team from a national seat.”

Martin has spent his entire career with Manhattan. He was part of organizing Manhattan’s first of six partnerships with Federal OSHA. OSHA Strategic Partnerships establish specific goals, strategies, and performance measures to improve worker safety and health.

Martin has served in project management, building in the sports, healthcare, government, hospitality, religious, commercial, and education sectors. His $1.3-billion portfolio of work includes the BOK Center, St. John Health System Campus Expansion, and Saint Francis Children’s Hospital and Trauma Emergency Tower in Tulsa, Oklahoma State University Gallagher-Iba Arena Expansion in Stillwater, Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, and Yacht Haven Resort in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Martin is an American Institute of Contractors Certified Professional Contractor, an American Society for Healthcare Engineering Certified Healthcare Constructor, and is OSHA 30-Hour Certified. He’s a member of Leadership Tulsa Class 63 and Leadership Broken Arrow Class of 2016. He earned his B.S. in Construction Management from Oklahoma State University.