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Hollister's head coach steps to the sidelines

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Hollister Construction Services Head Coach Christopher Johnson is stepping back from day-to-day management at the firm he and Kiran Flanagan founded in 2004, the company said.

The commercial construction company in Parsippany has launched a succession plan that finds a trio of leaders who have long histories with the company – Brendan Murray, Matt Higgins and Joe Furey – stepping up to fill Johnson’s shoes.

Murray has served as president for the past six months and will continue in that role. Higgins, previously executive vice president, has become Hollister’s first chief people officer; while Furey will continue in his role as chief financial officer, a post he has held since 2016.

As part of the plan, Vincent Solano has been promoted to executive vice president, preconstruction; and Keith Lovas vice president, field operations.

Johnson will continue to advise the executive team.

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