Craig Campbell II Joins Gilbane Building Company to Lead Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey Economic Inclusion Initiatives
Gilbane Building Company is pleased to announce that Craig Campbell has joined the team as economic inclusion manager for the Philadelphia and New Jersey business units. Campbell will be responsible for developing and fostering relationships with external stakeholders, conducting outreach with small and diverse businesses, advocating for small and diverse businesses throughout the buy-out process, and tracking workforce and business participation against goals. In addition, he will lead Gilbane’s Rising Contractor program in Philadelphia, taking over for senior project executive, Mark Zamrowski.
Campbell joins Gilbane from Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), where he led their supplier diversity program in the City of Philadelphia. While at PGW, Campbell was responsible for compliance with DBE contract provisions, establishing relationships with community organizations, managing the robust DBE reporting plan and verification of DBE certifications. Prior to PGW he worked at The Enterprise Center where he increased the number of minority, woman, and/or veteran owned businesses that were prepared to compete for transportation construction contracts. In addition, he’s worked at the Urban Affairs Coalition where he promoted business development and employment for minorities, women and community businesses and residents.
"I’m excited to build on the great initiatives and processes already in place, while identifying opportunities to strengthen Gilbane’s commitment to minority, woman and/or veteran-owned businesses in the Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey areas." - Craig Campbell II