Cheif Administrative Officer
Robert Lambe began employment with M.J. Harris in 1997 as a Project Manager. Until his transition into the Birmingham Corporate Office in 2003, he traveled the country constructing and overseeing many healthcare construction projects of varying sizes and scopes. This role allowed him to gain valuable experience and certainly assisted him with his permanent move to the Birmingham Office as Vice President of Human Asset Management. Tasked with creating a list of working policies & procedures, many of which are still in place today, Robert used his skills and knowledge of field construction to draft these documents in order to allow our field teams to work as efficiently as possible. In 2011, he was promoted to Chief Administrative Officer; being responsible for employee development, safety, group benefits, technology, and our corporate culture.
Robert was deeply devoted to this company and its people. His unique ability to complete any task to perfection was seen by all who knew him. More important than the daily tasks was his desire to make those around him better. His proactive approach to solving problems and the energy with which he attacked each day undoubtedly made M.J. Harris a better place to work.
On April 18, 2016, Robert passed away after a lengthy illness. The void left from his passing will be forever felt, as there was not an area of the Company he left untouched. The employees of M.J. Harris will carry on his legacy by continuing our commitment to excellence, striving to be the best at what we do each day, and ensuring we meet the needs of others.