Gina M. Cullen
Executive Vice President
As Executive Vice President, Gina manages business process management methods and procedures, proactively ensures customer satisfaction, and builds high performance teams that excel in planning, communication, and accountability needed to execute projects successfully. She oversees conceptual electrical construction design, project budgeting and cost control, and general preconstruction services.
Gina provides guidance to organize projects and develop systems that address each client’s unique requirements. She further supports team members by advising, supervising, and providing additional job specific training. The result is optimum project execution for the greatest value to clients.
Gina began her career in the construction industry in 1988 and joined Dynalectric in 1992. She started as a field project coordinator and site safety coordinator, working primarily on large remote construction projects and worked her way up through the industry. She has held roles of project engineer and project manager, contract administrator, quality manager, estimator, preconstruction manager, business development manager, and vice president.
Gina holds a Colorado Master Electrician License, a Bachelor of Science in organizational management – project management, and earned a Construction Industry Technician Certificate through National Association of Women in Construction and Clemson University.
Gina is a certified trainer of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Management Education Institute Electrical Project Supervision Training Program. She currently serves as a trustee on the IBEW/NECA Denver Joint Electrical Apprenticeship Training Committee and Joint Industry Promotion Committee, sits on the executive committee of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, and is on the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors.
An advocate for the construction industry and its workforce development, Gina takes advantage of every opportunity to promote, educate and advise students, school administrators and teachers, parents and community organizations about the construction industry and the diverse career paths available.