Riley Construction Leadership Team

Making Your Job Easier

Riley’s executive leadership is focused on creating and maintaining a unified team throughout every construction project. These individuals represent decades of construction industry experience. They give customers the expertise that can only come from completing similar, successful projects.

Our leadership team understands that success is based on building long-term relationships. They foster and develop an environment of trust and teamwork. This bonds the team together toward a common goal — which is the successful completion of your project.

 

David R. Riley

Chairman

David R. Riley is Chairman and Director of the board of Riley Construction Company, Inc. While attending… Read more »

Barbara J. Riley

Executive Vice President

Barb Riley began her construction industry experience by working in the field as a laborer during summer… Read more »

Matt Prince

President

Joining Riley Construction in 1996, Matt has led some of the company’s largest projects and gained an… Read more »

Peter J. Sinsky

Chief Financial Officer

As Riley’s chief financial officer, Pete is responsible for the accounting, human resources, safety and risk management,… Read more »

Mark Presterl

Vice President

Mark is a 30-year veteran of the construction industry, bringing a broad range of construction expertise to… Read more »

Chris Siefert

Vice President of Strategic Projects

Chris joined the company in 2002 as a project manager, worked his way up to senior project… Read more »

Ben Kossow

Executive Vice President of Operations

Ben started with Riley Construction in 2000 and has been an integral part of Riley Construction’s growth… Read more »

Erin Anderson

Vice President of Project Management

Erin began her career with Riley as a Project Intern while earning her Bachelor of Science in… Read more »

John Delavan

Vice President of Preconstruction

Since joining Riley in 2000, John’s dedication and skill have made a significant impact on the company’s… Read more »