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Predecessor  Harold L. Clark
Name  Robert Clark
Role  Politician

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Full Name  Robert Gene Clark
Born  January 30, 1959 (age 56) (1959-01-30) St. Louis, Missouri
Occupation  Chairman & CEO at Clayco Inc. (1984-)
Education  Michigan State University, Jackson State University

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Robert G. Clark is a U.S. businessman. He is chief executive officer and chairman of Clayco Inc., one of the nation's largest privately owned real estate, architecture, engineering, design-build, and construction firms, which he founded in July 1984. In 2016, Clayco had more than 1,785 employees and revenue of $1.69 billion. In 2015, Engineering News Record (ENR) named Clayco the 17th largest U.S. design-builder and 52nd-largest contractor.



  • Member, Regional Chamber and Growth Association (RCGA)
  • National Finance Committee Member for Senator Barack Obama's Presidential Campaign and served as the Missouri chair for "Committee for Change"
  • Greater Chicago Food Depository Board of Directors
  • Presidential Appointment to the Committee for the Preservation of the White House
  • Member of the Economic Club of Chicago
  • Business

  • Member, Urban Land Institute (ULI)
  • Member, Young Presidents Organization (Past Chapter Chair)
  • World Business Chicago
  • Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
  • Educational

  • Board Member, Central Institute for the Deaf (Past President of The Board)
  • Scientific Advisory Council for Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
  • Advisory Board Member, Urban Health Initiative - University of Chicago
  • Board of Trustees, University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC)
  • Council of Regents, Loyola University Chicago
  • Former Saint Louis University Trustee
  • Cultural

  • Board Member, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
  • Board Member, Forest Park Forever
  • Business Council of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • Awards & honors

  • Named Construction Man of the Year in 1997 and Entrepreneur of the Year by the AFL-CIO Building Trades Council of St. Louis
  • NAACP – Commitment to St. Louis – 2008
  • St. Louis Business Journal – Heroes of the Planet – 2008, Sustainable Communities Winner
  • Engineering News-Record – Top 100 Green Contractors – 2007-2008
  • Focus St. Louis – What’s Right with the Region Awards – 2007, for Improving Racial Equality and Social Justice
  • St. Louis Business Journal – St. Louis Influentials – 2005 - 2011
  • March of Dimes – Building the Community Lifetime Achievement Award – 2003, for on-going commitment to the St. Louis community
  • St. Louis Chapter of the American Jewish Committee - John D. Levy Human Relations Award – 2003, for leadership and commitment through volunteer activities that have improved human relations within the St. Louis region
  • References

    Robert G. Clark Wikipedia