Primoris Services appoints Rhonda Anderson as chief human resources officer

(UC) – Primoris Services Corp. has appointed Rhonda Anderson as chief human resources officer, the company said on Dec. 13. Anderson joined Primoris in 2021 as senior vice president of human resources and in the last year has guided the function through a transformation to strengthen the services it provides.

Rhonda Anderson

With this appointment, she will build upon this effort and continue to bring engagement and partnership across the organization to help the Company execute business strategy and achieve its goals.

“Rhonda has been an integral part of shaping our culture since she joined Primoris, and as we remain focused on the employee experience, we are pleased to elevate our human resources function with Rhonda’s exceptional leadership,” Tom McCormick, Primoris' president and CEO, said.

As chief human resources officer, Anderson will continue to oversee the function across the Primoris organization, with responsibilities including total rewards, talent management, and human resources processes and operations. She has over fifteen years of experience in various industries, most recently serving as vice president of human resources for Sterling Construction Company Inc.

“Over the last year, I have seen firsthand the concept of ‘our employees are our greatest strength,’ and I am passionate about providing opportunities that allow the incredible talent we have at Primoris to flourish,” Anderson said. “My desire is always to be a strong partner that directly contributes to success by recruiting the industry’s best, retaining the talent we have, and creating avenues for development that enable growth. I’m excited to continue partnering with our leadership to build upon the tools we’ve already put in place.”

Anderson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Colorado Denver.

Primoris Services Corp. is a leading specialty contractor providing critical infrastructure services to the utility, energy/renewables and pipeline services markets throughout the United States and Canada. The company supports a diversified base of blue-chip customers with engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services. A focus on multi-year master service agreements and an expanded presence in higher-margin, higher-growth markets such as utility-scale solar facility installations, renewable fuels, power delivery systems and communications infrastructure have also increased the company’s potential for long-term growth.

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