The leaders behind our industry leadership

After more than a century, The Hagerman Group continues to be a family-owned business — and a key reason is our belief that every member of our team deserves to be treated like a family member. Our corporate family is led by this group of outstanding professionals.

Hagerman, Mark

Mark Hagerman

Hagerman, Mark

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CEO, The Hagerman Group

Mark joined his father, Ted Hagerman, at the firm in 1967 and became President in 1978. Today, as a 42-year veteran of the industry and the CEO of The Hagerman Group, Mark has successfully broadened the firm’s role as a full-range provider of construction services to both the public and private sectors. Highly involved in the community, Mark is a lifetime member of Trinity English Lutheran Church and is currently on the board of directors for the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Ivy Tech Community College Foundation, Northeast Indiana Corporate Council and Valparaiso University.

Hagerman, Jeff

Jeffrey Hagerman

Hagerman, Jeff

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Chairman, The Hagerman Group

Jeff Hagerman, Chairman of The Hagerman Group, is the fourth generation of the Hagerman family to lead the construction company.  He assumed leadership of the Indianapolis operation in 2004, became President of The Hagerman Group in 2008 and assumed the Chairman role in 2014.   Jeff leads approximately 120 full-time and 350 hourly employees who produce approximately $150 million in annual revenues.  Jeff focuses on new business development, client relationships and corporate strategic planning.

 

Jeff is passionate about the community and encourages employees of The Hagerman Group to give back through time, talent and treasure.  His external involvement includes the Indiana State Chamber Board, the Fisher’s Chamber of Commerce Board, the Fisher’s Economic Development Commission Advisory Board, Indiana Construction Roundtable Board, Young Presidents Organization, the CEM Advisory Board for Purdue University, the Indiana Sports Corp Youth Committee, a Godparent for the St. Mary’s Childcare Center, and the Sycamore School for Gifted Children Board.

Scott-Miller

Scott Miller

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Scott Miller

President, The Hagerman Group

As president of The Hagerman Group, Scott W. Miller is responsible for the operational focus and growth of the company, as well as, setting the overall strategic direction for the organization.

 

Miller previously served as president and CEO of the Indy Chamber.  Prior to joining the Chamber in December 2011, Miller served as CEO of Develop Indy, the Local Economic Development Organization for Indianapolis/Marion County, IN.  Before his tenure with Develop Indy, Miller was president of Mainscape, a commercial landscaping company.  As president of Mainscape, he was responsible for a staff of more than 500 and grew the company’s revenues from $6 million to $43 million over a 6-year period.

 

Miller serves on the Board of Directors for Broadmoor Country Club, is a member of the Metropolitan Development Commission, and serves on the Finance Committee for St. Vincent’s Hospital.  Additionally, he coaches girls’ varsity basketball at Guerin Catholic High School. Miller hails from Freeport, IL and attended Cedarville University, in Cedarville, OH, graduating with an accounting degree.  Following his graduation, he obtained his CPA and began work in Indianapolis for BKD, a CPA firm, formerly known as George S. Olive.

Bruce Molter

Bruce Molter

Bruce Molter

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President, Hagerman Inc.
Exec. VP, Hagerman Construction Corp., Fort Wayne

In 1992, Bruce became President of a new company within The Hagerman Group called Hagerman, Inc. Under his leadership, Hagerman, Inc. grew to become the successful general contracting division of The Hagerman Group. Bruce provides our clients with technical expertise and a true understanding of construction costs. He is responsible for all operations related to Hagerman, Inc.  Bruce serves on the board for Junior Achievement of Northern Indiana and is active with IPFW as an Associate Professor on the Connecting Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (CMET) Advisory Board. He is also an American Society of Professional Estimators member, a Design-Build Institute of America member and is certified by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering.

Greene, Terry

Terry Greene, P.E., LEED AP

Greene, Terry

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Executive Vice PresidentLeed Certified

With over 35 years of construction experience, Terry brings technical expertise, leadership and corporate commitment to our projects. He is responsible for Preconstruction and Corporate Development for The Hagerman Group. Terry is well respected in the Industry having managed some of Central Indiana’s largest projects including Circle Centre Mall and Artsgarden and renovation to Union Station. Terry is a board member of the Indiana Construction Association and Rebuilding Together, an elder of Second Presbyterian Church and a member of Indiana Sports Corp. and the US Green Building Council.

Fink, Nathan

Nathan P. Fink

Fink, Nathan

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President, Hagerman Construction

Nate joined The Hagerman Group 34 years ago as a Field Engineer. Today as President of Hagerman Construction, he is responsible for the daily operations of our self performance work.   A Professional Engineer, Nate serves on Top Notch of Northeast Indiana’s board of directors, Building Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana’s Labor Relations and Economic Development committees and Indiana Construction Association’s Labor Relations committee. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Lutheran Foundation and is active with Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Habitat for Humanity and Fort Wayne Downtown Rotary Club.

Sutton, Evan

Evan Sutton

Sutton, Evan

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Vice President of Masonry Operations, Hagerman Construction Corp., Indianapolis

Evan was a bricklayer for seven years before joining Hagerman’s masonry team in 1995. Due to his diligence on the job, Evan quickly moved up to Estimator then Project Manager. In 2005, he was named to his current position overseeing the Indianapolis Masonry Department. Evan has 20 years of hands on masonry expertise. He assists designers and owners with the identification of effective masonry applications. He is a Trustee for the Bricklayers District Council Apprentice Training & Journeyman Retraining & Education Fund, a board member for the local Bricklayers Joint Apprentice Training Program, and is active in Skills USA’s Indiana Vocational Training Program. He is also a Bronze Certified Coach for the Indiana State Wrestling Association.

Sauer, Tereissa

Tereissa Sauer

Sauer, Tereissa

Tereissa Sauer

Executive Assistant, The Hagerman Group

Tereissa joined The Hagerman Group in 2008, bringing with her over 20 years of construction industry experience.  As Office Manager and Executive Assistant to both Jeff Hagerman and Scott Miller, she is responsible for the daily operations of the administrative staff and manages a variety of functions for all departments including facility management of the Fishers office, IT service and support (including company technology training), and Events Coordinator.  Tereissa is active on multiple strategy committees for The Hagerman Group, and is very active within her community.  She is an active and passionate participant with Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, and The Hamilton County Humane Society. Tereissa is also a current member of the Fishers Chamber of Commerce, and sits on the Board of Directors for NAWIC.

Girardot, Theresa

Theresa Girardot

Girardot, Theresa

Theresa Girardot

Director of Finance, The Hagerman Group

Theresa joined our team in 2008.  With over 20 years experience in the construction industry, her former experience as a CFO coupled with her experience as a Sage Timberline Office consultant offers The Hagerman Group a fresh perspective, innovative solutions and a wealth of knowledge.  Theresa is a member of the Construction Financial Management Association, Timberline Users Group and Financial Executives International.