IRVING, Texas — Tempo’s board of directors has voted Brian Mount as the next CEO of Tempo Inc.
A 10- year veteran of the company, Mount started in 2010 with the US-Eco Logic multifamily team and worked as a project manager for the Building Science and Consulting Group for several years. Mount transferred to the Tempo Mechanical division as a project manager. Later, Mount was tapped to head the sales, back office, and engineering teams.
Under Mount’s leadership, Tempo Mechanical went through a period of sustained growth while also working to rebuild and upgrade the division’s operations, sales and engineering systems, processes, and teams. In 2015, he was voted to membership on the Tempo Inc. board of directors. In 2016, he was named executive vice president and general manager of Tempo Mechanical. In 2018, Mount joined Tempo Inc.’s leadership team as chief operating officer.
Mount has an Architecture degree from UTA and is a HERS Rater, a Green Verifier, LEED Green Rater, and a LEED AP in two disciplines.
As CEO, Mount assumes responsibility from Steve Saunders, who was CEO for the last 22 years.
“Brian has the brains, work ethic, and character to assume the mantle of the Servant Leadership required in this role,” said Saunders. “He is a great choice … internally tested and proven.”
David Gannon (president) has assumed the additional role of chairman of the Tempo Inc. board of directors. Bonnie Hutti who has served since 2017 as Tempo’s controller has assumed the role and responsibilities of chief financial officer. Aaron Gonzalez has been promoted to the role of chief operating officer of Tempo. Steve Saunders has assumed the role of chairman emeritus of Tempo.