John Smaligo Looks Forward to New Position
From left, JOHN SMALIGO, CARL WILLIAMS
Carl Williams, president and of Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma (), has announced his retirement. John Smaligo, Tulsa County commissioner, will assume his position in April of this year.
is the nation’s leading commercial construction trade association, representing 22,000 members nationwide in 70 chapters. Fortune Magazine rated as one of the “most influential” organizations in the United States.
Williams served as acting president and of for 25 years and is now looking forward to the next stage of life. Williams feels privileged to have served and is anxious to see what is to come for the organization in the future. Williams is confident in the search committee’s selection of Smaligo to take over his role at and believes Smaligo’s leadership skills and experience will take to the next level, according to sources.
Though Williams will miss , he is looking forward to enjoying his retirement and is planning on dedicating more time to things he loves. “I’m looking forward to retirement and I plan on getting re-acquainted with my fly fishing gear and spending more time with my grand and great grandchildren,” says Williams.
Smaligo has 11 years of experience as Tulsa County Commissioner and served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for three terms. His background prior to taking on this position will allow him to achieve great success as a leader for ’s future.
Williams is looking forward to what lies ahead for under the leadership of Smaligo. Williams states, “I am confident in Smaligo’s ability to take to the next level in being the leading commercial construction association in the nation.” Smaligo will officially resign from his position with the Tulsa County Commissioner April 2 in order to assume his new position at Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma.
For more information about Carl Williams, John Smaligo, or of Oklahoma, contact the corporate office at 918-254-8707.