Mission Driven

Our Leadership Team

We recognize that we have a voice, and that our mission can only be achieved if we foster a culture of diversity, equality and inclusion that starts at the top.

Matthew Turk

Matthew Turk

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Matthew Turk

Chief Operating Officer

Starting in 1991, Matthew has held various leadership roles, recently being named COO in May 2021.

During his tenure, he’s driven the safety culture, customer-focused service, as well as created the mentoring program to bring diversity into the workforce.

Matthew played an integral part in INTREN receiving industry awards: Exelon’s Safety Performance; ComEd’s Diverse Supplier; UCA’s Contractor of the Year. Individually he received El Valor’s Champion Award in 2021.

Matthew serves on the Fundraising Committees for El Valor and Raue Center and is a Trustee on the American Line Builders Chapter of NECA. Matthew was a Director (Contractor Rep) on the Illinois Julie Board from 2010 to 2021.

Matthew earned his B.A. from the University of Dayton, his M.A. from the Catholic University of America, and his C.B.A. from University of the Illinois School of Business. He resides in Crystal Lake with his wife of 36 years, Sheri.

Sean Hughes

Sean Hughes

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Sean Hughes

VP, Safety, Quality & Training

As Vice President of Safety, Quality and Training, Sean oversees the Fleet & Procurement and Safety & Quality departments and is dedicated to making INTREN the measure of excellence within the utility construction industry.

Sean Hughes joined INTREN in 2008 as Project Manager on the ComEd Assess, Treat and Replace (ATR) Program. In 2011 he managed the Cable Replacement Program and in 2013 he was promoted to Senior Project Manager over the entire ATR Program and ComEd Fault Initiative. In 2015 was promoted to ComEd Account Manager where he completed the 5-year scope of work on the Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act (EIMA).

Prior to his current career of 20 years in the electrical industry, Sean served in the U.S. Air Force.

Sarah Douglas

Sarah Douglas

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Sarah Douglas

VP, Business Development

Sarah Douglas started with INTREN in 2013 and has been in the energy industry for over 20 years. In her current role as INTREN’s Vice President of Business Development, Sarah is responsible for facilitating business growth by working together with clients and business partners to identify strategic opportunities that support INTREN’s expansion.

Prior to this role, Sarah was INTREN’s Director of Professional Services, responsible for the growth, development and management of projects and contracts supporting engineering, procurement, and construction, as well as leading a team of 70+ employees serving the premiere Utility on the West Coast.

Sarah started her career in energy while attending college at Nevada State, where she had worked as a contractor for the Department of Energy at the Nevada Test Site for Bechtel and later joined ComEd as a Project Manager in Electric Distribution. Sarah earned her B.S. in Business Management from Nevada State College.

Sarah is an active member and serves on the board of the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) Chicago Chapter. Sarah also leads INTREN’s Executive Women’s Group and Mentoring Program. Sarah was awarded the 2018 WEN Chicago POWERful Woman Award and was the recipient of the Rising Star Award in 2019.

Andy Carmean

Andy Carmean

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Andy Carmean

VP, Transmission & Operational Services

As Vice President of Transmission & Operational Services, Andy is responsible for the execution and growth of INTREN’s overhead Transmission, Substation, Vegetation Mgmt., and Electrical Testing divisions; plus additional related services with a focus on providing superior customer service to our vast list of clients.

Andy joined INTREN in 2018 through INTREN’s acquisition of Miller Construction Company, Inc. where he held his most recent position of President. Prior to his position of President, Andy held many leadership roles within the company including Vice President, Estimator, and Corporate Safety Director. He was instrumental in the creation and development of the Vegetation Management division which began operation in 2014 and the acquisition of the Di-Electrical Testing division (E.T.C.) which was acquired by Miller in 2007.

Prior to his career in the electrical utility contractor industry, Andy held leadership positions in various industries including Industrial Contracting and Domestic & International Manufacturing.

Andy earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Indiana State University. He is a member of American Line Builders Chapter of NECA and serves on both the American Line Builders 6th District Joint Safety Committee and the 6th District Subcommittee of the American Line Builders Apprenticeship Training Program. He also sits on the Board of Directors for Specialty Trades Insurance Company.

Jon Arnopolin

Jon Arnopolin

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Jon Arnopolin

VP, Controller

Jon is the Vice President/Controller and has been with INTREN for more than 20 years. In his current role, Jon is responsible for leading the strategic direction for all accounting matters for the company including Financial Statements, Treasury and Job Cost. Jon works closely with INTREN’s fellow leaders in driving continuous improvement of financial results and accuracy.

Prior to Jon’s career at INTREN, he was a leader in the manufacturing industry for 10 years. Jon received his Undergraduate Business Degree from the University of Kansas in 1993 and his Master’s in Accounting and Financial Management Degree from Keller Graduate School of Management in 2000. Jon has also been a registered CPA in Illinois since 2001.

Pansy Shah

Pansy Shah

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Pansy Shah

VP, Finance

Pansy is the Vice President of Finance at 91. In her current role, she Pansy is responsible for leading both the Finance and Fleet organizations. In Finance, Pansy oversees the day-to-day financial management. Her responsibilities include maximizing 91’s profits, managing risk and investment strategies, providing strategic direction for the organization’s growth plan and future, and tracking the overall financial health of the company. In Fleet, Pansy oversees the day-to-day fleet management. Her responsibilities include procurement of equipment to meet growth needs, ensuring compliance, and supporting Operations to ensure 91 utilizes and maintains equipment at the highest value.

Prior to this role, Pansy held two CFO positions, has over four years of investment banking experience, and over 20 years of experience holding various finance positions across corporate and services roles.

Pansy earned her Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and her Masters in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Our Mission

INTREN strives to lead change daily in our company, our industry, and our communities.


"The team did an excellent job meeting our rigorous schedule. Everyone gave 110 percent effort; I can honestly say this is the first job with no last minute fire drills. Everyone met and exceeded their milestones and commitments. I was truly amazed; everyone kept each other on their toes...always looking a couple steps ahead to make sure we had what we needed for the project. I would put this team up against anyone in the industry."

– ComEd –

"I was in a meeting with the city of Cincinnati and the Project Executive for the Street Car and he commented on the Vine Street closure last weekend. He said that he received nothing but praise from the property owners for the work that INTREN did during the closure. Good job."

– Duke Energy –

"We take our hats off to your company and the crew that relined our gas pipe and installed a new main gas valve in our home. The workers were among the most efficient and hardworking people I have seen in my eighty-two years. They were extremely courteous, knowledgeable and timed each step perfectly. They left our property in great condition which we appreciated very much."

– Homeowner in Lutherville, MD –

"Recently an INTREN crew was responsible for restoring our lawns after the Gas Company finished their work. They did a fantastic job. And, at all times were great. Not only was their workmanship very satisfactory, their willingness to do everything to please us was unbelievable. It was a pleasure working with them."

– Homeowner –

"Thank you very much for the outstanding job at Costco St. Charles. This was an especially difficult site job under a very tight schedule. The crew's work in the field, and INTREN's diligence at the coordination meetings were critical to our success with our valued client. I was very impressed with INTREN's performance on this job, and look forward to working with you again in the future."

– Novak Construction –

"The Village of Addison was very pleased with our association during the recent Lake Street road reconstruction. While the burial of the overhead utilities was a large undertaking, the reconnection of the secondary feeders to our commercial residents could have caused us a major problem. Securing your firm to make these connections made the transition transparent."

– The Village of Addison, Dpt. Of Public Works –

"I wanted to thank the team for their tireless work, their knowledge, professionalism and tolerance of difficult weather conditions. They worked from early morning until the evening. I am grateful for INTREN sending this crew and others to help us."

– Homeowner Affected by Hurricane Sandy –

"I wanted to thank the wonderful crew who restored power to Harris Road in Dresher, PA. They answered all of our crazy questions and restored power earlier than expected. We appreciate your hard work. Thank you for helping us in a time of need."

– Homeowner Affected by Hurricane Sandy –


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Shade Tree

Shade Tree was founded in 1935 in Webster Groves, Missouri to provide contractual services to electric utilities to trim and remove trees to clear overhead distribution and transmission wires.

Shade Tree corporate headquarters were relocated to Fenton, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, in 1969. They currently have regional offices in Kansas City and Joplin, Missouri; Cedar Rapids and Dubuque, Iowa; Effingham, Illinois; and, Evansville, Indiana.

Electrical Testing Company (ETC)

Electrical Testing Company (ETC) is an INTREN company offering dielectric testing services specializing in the testing and sales of electrical protective products.

With more than 20 years of testing experience working nationwide with utilities, mining, and other commercial industries, the ETC certified testing facility can accommodate any job, large or small, while delivering on our dedication to outstanding customer service and quality.

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Certified Minority Supplier

91 is proud to be a certified diverse supplier by the National Minority Supplier Development Council.

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