Detroit’s Sachse Construction Names Senior Vice President

Sachse Construction in Detroit has announced Ron Henry as the firm’s new senior vice president.
Ron Henry // Photo courtesy of Sachse Construction

Sachse Construction in Detroit has announced Ron Henry as the firm’s new senior vice president.

“Ron has earned a fantastic reputation industry-wide as a well-rounded business professional with a deep understanding of construction, architecture, engineering, and real estate,” says Todd Sachse, founder and CEO. “Not only has he worked with some of the most notable companies in Michigan, but his project experience spans everything from health care and retail to sports and industrial. He will be an asset as we continue to expand our portfolio across different markets in North America and beyond.”

Henry will be accountable for achieving financial growth, establishing and executing the firm’s business strategy, and building new customer relationships.

He was previously corporate vice president of real estate, design, and construction for Beaumont Health; senior vice president of facilities management, engineering, and construction for Detroit Medical Center; and senior vice president of health care for Plante Moran CRESA. He has overseen multimillion-dollar projects, including the day-to-day management of large lease portfolios, tenant leasing and strategy, and land acquisitions.

After completing his bachelor’s degree at Lawrence Technological University, Henry earned his master’s degree in architecture from the University of Michigan. He has obtained licenses as a registered architect in 44 states, is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and sits on the boards of directors for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Foundation, Engineering Society of Detroit, and the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

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