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Robert Alan Hall

Construction company executive

Robert Alan Hall, American construction company executive. Certified Public Accountant, Alabama, certified internal auditor.


Hall, Robert Alan was born on October 30, 1958 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Son of Mack Luverne and Miriam (Johnston) Hall.


Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration with honors, University Alabama, 1981.


Senior accountant Jackson and Thornton, Certified Public Accountants, Montgomery, 1981—1983. Senior auditor Vulcan Materials Company, Birmingham, Alabama, 1983—1986, supervisor internal audit, 1986—1987. Manager, finance and administration Saudi Arabian Vulcan Ltd., Jubail, Saudi Arabia, 1987—1990.

Special assignments analyst Vulcan Materials Company, 1990—1991. Controller, treasurer, assistant secretary Bill Harbert International Construction Inc., Birmingham, Alabama, 1991—1995, vice president, Chief Financial Officer, 1995—2000. Senior vice president, Chief Financial Officer, secretary B.L. Harbert International, LLC, since 2000.

Presidential appointee White House Conference on Small Business, 1995. Member President's Business Advisory Council, Washington, 1995-2001. Member professional advisory board School Accountancy/University of Alabama, since 1991.


  • Certified Public Accountant, Alabama, certified internal auditor.


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Charter member Republican Presidential Task Force, Washington, 1984-1986. Presidential appointee White House Conference Small Business, 1995. Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants, American Businessmen's Association Saudi Arabia (board directors 1988-1990), University Alabama Senior Executives Club., College Commerce, Honorary Order Kentucky Colonels.


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