Guerdon New VP of Business Development

Guerdon Modular buildings, the leading manufacturer of large-scale, commercial modular construction projects in the Western US and Canada, has promoted Michael Merle from hospitality division director to vice president of business development. This announcement follows the retirement of Dan Horne who held the business development position for 17 years.
“Michael’s promotion is part of a succession plan that has been Guerdon’s strategy for quite some time,” said Jerry Goodwin, Guerdon CEO. “He is well equipped to manage Guerdon’s growing business development efforts and we are all looking forward to where Michael will take us.”
Merle will lead Guerdon’s business development team in all aspects of new business. As hospitality division director, he grew Guerdon’s hospitality segment from limited offerings to more than 80% of the company’s current pipeline.
About Guerdon Modular Buildings
Guerdon is the leading manufacturer of large-scale, complex modular construction projects and modular multi-family housing developments in the Western United States and Canada. Guerdon’s innovative modular construction technology reduces build time and construction impacts while delivering significant improvements in quality, energy efficiency, noise reduction and cost-effectiveness when compared to on-site building methods. Guerdon’s construction experience, engineering, design expertise and manufacturing capacity is unrivaled in the industry. For more information, visit

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