Todd W. Hill, President of Ventcon, Inc.
Todd W. Hill, President of Ventcon, has over 29 years experience in the construction industry, all of which have been at Ventcon. Todd began his employment with the company as a sheet metal apprentice, eventually becoming a sheet metal journeyman and CAD Operator. In 1997, Todd accepted a position in the office, in which he held various management positions before becoming President in 2005.
Todd is actively involved with the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association, Detroit Chapter (SMACNA), where he serves on the Board of Directors, the Apprenticeship Committee, Pension and Annuity Fund, Labor Relations Committee, Market Recovery Committee and the Local Joint Adjustment Board. In addition to SMACNA Detroit, Todd is currently serving on the Business & Financial Management Committee with SMACNA National. Todd also is currently serving on the Construction Association of Michigan Board of Directors.
Dennis T. Monaghan, Vice President / General Manager
Dennis has spent his entire professional career at Ventcon Incorporated, starting fresh out of high school. He was hired on 8-8-88, starting at the lowest position possible as the company’s courier. Dennis was introduced to the estimating department within a year, where he spent the next 15 years. During that time he was also responsible for coordinating and implementing the companies ISO certification, as well as incorporating the latest estimating technology systems.
In February of 2005 Dennis was promoted to Vice-President / General manager. He spent the last 6 years in project management where he managed numerous projects for the University of Michigan, Toyota, Ford Motor Company, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, General Motors and Crittenton Hospital, to name a few.
Dennis has worked in virtually every department at Ventcon, which has gained him valuable experience and knowledge, and made him one of the most well-rounded employees in the company.
Scott M. Smith, Vice President
Scott has over 25 years experience in the Sheet Metal industry. Scott started in the residential field working for 2 years before starting his apprenticeship in the building trades. During his commercial apprenticeship he worked as an air and water TAB technician, field installer and shop fabricator. Shortly after finishing his apprenticeship he started his career with Ventcon as a CAD designer, moving to project management and ultimately the Vice President of Project Management.
Scott currently is Ventcon’s Vice President of Project Management. Presently he has a team of 7 accomplished project managers and has experience successfully managing large commercial and industrial HVAC projects for customers in various industries, including hospital, automotive, engine exhaust and test lab knowledge.