Title: Construction Manager
Company: Progressive Global Energy
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Lane S. Hartling, Construction Manager at Progressive Global Energy, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership.
Mr. Hartling began his career in 1985 with the United States Air Force. Beginning as a strategic aircraft maintenance specialist, he climbed the ranks to positions with more responsibility as he proved himself to be a necessary and beneficial member of the team. From 1989 until 1995, he worked as the NKC-135A crew chief, going on to become the tanker crew chief and mid-shift flight line lead mechanic. In 1998, Mr. Hartling became the courier for the defense couriers service with the United States Department of Defense. In the years that followed, he excelled in a multitude of positions, including superintendent of the United States Air Force, before he retired in 2011.
After only three weeks of retirement, Mr. Hartling’s daughter informed him that the solar-power company she worked for was in need of experienced individuals who could effectively manage a team. Though he knew nothing about solar energy, Mr. Hartling sought a role to fill his newfound free time, so he took the opportunity. In 2016, he was hired as the construction manager for REC Solar/Spencer Ogden. As he familiarized himself with the industry, Mr. Hartling found that he truly enjoyed the work. In 2017, he accepted a position with OpTerra Energy Services, going on to work with ENGIE Services US and First Solar. Since 2019, he has excelled as the construction manager for Progressive Global Energy.
Reflecting on his success thus far, Mr. Hartling credits his lifetime of knowledge. In the years since changing his profession, he acquired an Associate of Science in construction management from the San Joaquin Valley College. Looking toward the future, he hopes to become the director of construction for a large solar company, as he has now gathered 10 years of experience and proved himself to be a useful addition to each group with whom he works.
For more information, please visit:
Contact Mr. Hartling: