Jun 19, 2018
In Seattle, Lease Crutcher Lewis hired J.B. Hall as project executive; Rob Schuck as project manager; Max Wright, Lauren Ridgeway and Martin Zermeno as project engineers; and Brooks Muchenberger and Delaney Cooper as operations assistants. Hall has 33 years of construction experience and was a carpenter at one point. Schuck, DBIA, LEED GA, has seven years of industry experience and is working on a Microsoft project. Wright, a licensed professional engineer in California with five years of construction experience, is working on the Arbor Blocks project. Ridgeway worked at Lewis from 2001 to 2005, and is on the Rainier Square job. Zermeno joined the company after interning since 2016. He is working at Kirk and Mead elementary schools. Muchenberger has been in the industry since 2015. Cooper has five years of office administration and accounting experience.
In Tukwila, The Walsh Group hired Chris Murbach as project engineer. Murbach interned three times at Walsh in Seattle and prior to that interned for a Tri-Cities general carpenter. He is helping with estimates on the P-256 maintenance hangar project on Whidbey Island.
Jun 12, 2018
Brett Kinney joined Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. in Monroe as mill plant manager. Kinney has more than 20 years of business operations experience in the construction industry.
Kent-based Novinium promoted Peter Christman to vice president of information technology. Christman helped develop Knomentous, the company's software used in the rejuvenation of underground cables for electric utilities, and a web portal that seeks to prevent manhole explosions and fires. He has over 18 years of IT experience.
Red Dot, a Tukwila-based manufacturer of mobile HVAC systems, promoted longtime sales managers Rick Freeman and Ryan Baker to department directors. Freeman is overseeing OEM sales in Tukwila. He has more than 30 years of experience in the automotive and manufacturing industries. Baker is leading the aftermarket sales group in Minnesota, which works with distributors to service fleet owners and operators. He has more than 25 years of industry experience.
In Portland, Sarah Schoening joined CBRE Heery's Program Management team. Schoening has over 35 years of experience as a program executive director, consultant, architect, project manager, and university faculty member in engineering and architecture. She focused on public education facilities programs for more than a decade.
Yakima-based Horizon Distribution won a Bechtel Supply Chain Recognition Award at a ceremony last month in Virginia. Horizon was recognized for its work on projects with Bechtel's Nuclear, Security & Environmental global business unit. Horizon has been working at the Hanford Site for decades.