“MCM Construction has built some of the most amazing bridges in California from North to South and from start to finish.

Massive multi-level interchanges that make one dizzy just to look at and beautiful scenic bridges that span 100 foot deep gorges that are wonderful to look at and admire.”

-Steve Cress, APE News

Richard McCall


Richard McCall was appointed President in 2020 after 28 years of service to MCM Construction. Richard earned his Civil Engineering degree from UC Davis and a masters degree in Construction Engineering and Management from UC Berkeley after which he began his career at MCM Construction in the North Highlands office as a project engineer followed by 7 years on large highway interchange projects in southern California. In 2000, he was transferred back to northern California at which time he served as NorCal General Superintendent and later as NorCal Area Manager and Vice President..

Harry D. McGovern

Vice President & General Manager

Harry McGovern is Vice President and General Manager of MCM Construction. In this post Harry oversees the operations of all of MCM Construction’s engineers and managers. He also oversees the progress and execution of all projects. A graduate of North Dakota State University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering, he is a Registered Professional Civil Engineer in California.

Harry has spent 37 years in the highway bridge construction industry, having begun his career as an engineer with the State of California, Department of Transportation (Caltrans) where he worked for five years. Harry joined MCM Construction in 1981 and now oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. Harry’s unsurpassed business acumen is among the primary factors that drives MCM Construction’s extraordinary success.

James Coppini

Operations Manager

Jim Coppini, Operations Manager of MCM Construction. Jim joined MCM Construction in 1978 after attending California State University, Chico, where he majored in Construction Management. He began his career as a project engineer and worked through the ranks to job superintendent and ultimately project manager on one of the most challenging projects in the company’s history: the $76 million 710-105 Interchange, commissioned in Long Beach, California.  This was, at the time, the largest contract in Caltrans history.

Jim oversees all field operations in the Southern California region and supervises all field personnel throughout California.