Team

kirk-malone-240x300James Kirk Malone: Kirk Malone was born into the construction industry. After graduation from the University of Georgia in Athens, he began his career working with his father, Cecil C. Malone, at Cecil Malone Company. After Cecil retired in 1997, Kirk took over as President and the company was renamed Malone Construction Company.  Now with over 40 years of experience managing commercial and luxury residential construction in Atlanta, Kirk has personally managed projects such as the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University, RJ Reynolds Headquarters, Coca-Cola and Coca-Cola Enterprises, McKinsey & Company, Arthur Andersen, Fuqua Industries, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, Porsche North American Headquarters, Rollins, and the Charlotte Convention Center just to name a few.


 

andrew-olson-240x300Andrew Olson, President: Andrew started in construction while still in high school with hands on work and learning the trade until he graduated from Woodward Academy and left Georgia to study Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at Utah State University.  Returning to Georgia, Andrew officially started his construction career building single family homes throughout metro Atlanta. In 2007 Andrew joined the Malone team to lead the Residential Division and later promoted to Vice President where he was tasked with continuing the growth realized in the Residential Division into Malone’s Commercial Construction Division. Continuing the tradition of superior quality and craftsmanship established by Cecil Malone in 1946, Andrew’s dedication to quality and the emphasis on the core values of integrity and service are exemplified in the prestigious resume of completed projects since at Malone and rewarded by the continued loyalty and patronage of Atlanta’s most prominent families and corporations.  In 2016 the reins were handed to Andrew with his promotion to president of the company.  Currently Andrew supervises the day-to-day management of the company along with creating a vision for its future.