About

Management

 

Robert J. Martin, Jr.
CEO


Robert (Bob) J. Martin, Jr. was named president in August 2009. As the son of the company’s founder, Martin has literally grown up in the company.  Throughout his career, he has been involved in virtually every aspect of running the business, from field experience, customer service and project management to financial and employee management.  He serves on the company’s Board of Directors.

 

After earning his Bachelor’s Degree from Ohio Wesleyan University, Martin joined the family business in 2002, working as a project manager for National Construction Services (NCS), LLC, of Twinsburg, Ohio. NCS was a joint venture with RJ Martin Electrical and a general contractor for national retail construction programs.

 

Martin assumed increasing responsibilities within the company and, in 2004, became a project manager for RJ Martin Electrical Contracting.  In 2005, Mr. Martin studied Electrical Contracting Project Management at Purdue University.

 

Johnny L. Riling
President


Johnny Riling has spent more than 30 years in the electrical construction industry, rising through the field and management ranks at several Ohio companies. In his current position he oversees all estimating, project management and service operations for RJ Martin Electrical Services and RJ Martin National Contracting. He joined the company in 2001 as an estimator having previously worked as a project manager/estimator in Northeast Ohio the previous 13 years.

 

Riling combines strong technical skills and an innovative spirit with a common sense approach to analyzing projects, trouble-shooting problems and modifying antiquated systems. Riling holds a Master electrician and/or contractors licenses in Ohio and 20 other states. He has worked on or managed dozens of large projects, including several valued at $1 million or more.

 

Riling has worked on or assisted with many different types of projects during his career. Following is a sampling of the types of projects that underscore his experience in all phases of electrical construction: