Mark A. Hill

Vice President, Lexington Region Leader

Mark A. Hill

Mark began his experience as a co-op with Messer before becoming a full-time employee in 1987. That same year, he received an associate’s degree in construction management from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.

Over his tenure, Mark has gained estimating, project management and executive leadership experience in industrial, parking garages, health care and higher education projects. His comprehensive experience also includes renovation, restoration, complex structures and design-build projects. In 2004, he led the renovation of Berea College’s Lincoln Hall: the first LEED-certified building in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Mark served as operations vice president for the Lexington region, where his leadership and executive counsel were highly sought, particularly during preconstruction. Mark’s project expertise and leadership helped him progress to his current role as vice president for Messer’s Lexington region. He is currently providing executive oversight of the $250M Lexington Convention Center project.

Mark is chair of the overall Kentucky March of Dimes Board and is a previous two-year chair of the March for Babies Walk Event; he also serves on the Eastern Kentucky University Construction Management Advisory council. He is a board member for the Lexington Chamber of Commerce for Minority Business Development where he supports the local M/WBE Contractor Training program. Mark’s commitment and service were recognized in 2014 as the Minority Advocate of the year, and in 2018, Mark joined Commerce Lexington for the “Get it Done-Building for Tomorrow” seminar to discuss strategic partnerships for small businesses.