Apr 15, 2014
Seattle-based BNBuilders promoted Andy Stevenson to senior superintendent, Tim Harmon and Jake Cantrell to superintendents, and Jimmy Craig and Steve Gates to project managers. BNBuilders has regional offices in Spokane, San Francisco and San Diego.
Siku Construction added Rob Sorensen as superintendent of the Facility Services Group in Seattle. Sorensen has more than 20 years of construction and facilities experience, and spent the last 17 years at Jody Miller Construction. Siku's Seattle office focuses on construction management and facility services. The company also has offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, Calif., and Anchorage, Alaska.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction's Pacific Northwest office hired Dave Peterson as senior estimator. Peterson has more than 30 years of construction industry experience, with project management expertise in heavy-industrial, high-rise commercial, federal, senior living, pharmaceutical, healthcare and high-end hospitality projects.
Seattle-based PSF Mechanical hired Paul Bonaci as senior project manager, Pete Maniccia as senior project design engineer, Bunny Lee as junior marketing coordinator and Camryn Growden as office coordinator. Bonaci has 33 years of industry experience, and holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Washington. Maniccia has nearly 20 years of industry experience, and holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. Lee has five years of graphic design experience, and holds an associate's degree in graphic design and illustration from Seattle Central Creative Academy. Growden has an administrative background in the HVAC industry, and holds an associate's degree from Bellevue College. PSF is a mechanical contractor specializing in design-build projects in life sciences, high-tech and Class A office facilities.
Doug McIalwain rejoined Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. to head the remodeled Spokane store and showroom. McIalwain has more than 30 years of experience in the building products industry. The expanded Spokane showroom has 13 new displays containing a variety of cabinets, hardware and accessories. A grand opening is set for May. Canyon Creek is based in Monroe.
Auburn Mechanical won a national safety award from the Mechanical Contractors Association of America. Fifty-two mechanical contractors applied for the award in four categories. Auburn Mechanical won Category Three (250,001 to 400,000 work hours). Joe Geist is the safety director at the Auburn-based company.
Apr 08, 2014
Swinerton Builders hired Wayne Eddy as senior project manager and Pat Muma as superintendent for its Northwest Division, which has offices in Bellevue and Portland. Eddy, with 30 years of construction experience, is focusing on pre-construction services and new construction. Muma, with 18 years of construction experience, is working primarily in tenant improvements. Swinerton expects 2014 revenues for its Northwest division to exceed $100 million.
Chris Purcell is the new chief technology officer in McKinstry's Seattle office, where he is establishing the company's technical vision and guiding technological development. Purcell spent 13 years as vice president of technology at Vulcan Inc. He holds a bachelor's degree from Purdue University and is a graduate of the Leadership Tomorrow program in Seattle.
BNBuilders hired Adam Smith as superintendent in the Seattle office. Smith has overseen data center, higher education and biotech projects in the Seattle area. He holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from Central Washington University. BNBuilders has regional offices in Spokane, San Francisco and San Diego.
Renton-based High Country Contractors & Developers hired Ryan DePriest as estimator/project manager. Since 2009, DePriest has managed retail tenant improvements and special projects, primarily in the petroleum sector. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and has 14 years of experience in residential and commercial construction.
Matheus Lumber Co. of Woodinville hired Bryan Ashbaugh to head outside sales and marketing throughout the Puget Sound region. Ashbaugh was CEO of Street of Dreams Inc., which has produced 88 Street of Dreams events in major cities throughout North America since 1985. He also worked for Glacier Park Co., a real estate subsidiary of the old Burlington Northern Railway.
University Mechanical Contractors won a national safety award from the Associated General Contractors of America. The Mukilteo-based company won first place in the Specialty Division (300,001-500,000 work hours) of the Willis Safety Awards. It was cited for its innovation to develop safety solutions; empowerment of frontline workers; leadership in regional organizations to promote safety for all industry workers; and its company-wide safety program.