Perryman Construction was featured in a recent New York Times article discussing succession planning for family-owned and run businesses. President & CEO, Angelo Perryman, discussed building up the family business, and how he has prepared for his daughter, Angelina, to continue to grow and eventually become the next leader for the company.

From The New York Times:

Although Mr. Perryman said he expected to hand off some of his current duties over the next few years, he dismissed a traditional retirement, saying he expected to remain involved with clients and as an adviser. “I don’t think I would see what you naturally call retirement,” he said, adding that he has a good working relationship with his daughter.

“She respects wisdom,” he said. “It’s not about who’s boss.”