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Aug 23, 2016

Dexter + Chaney



Seattle-based Dexter + Chaney promoted Scott Rosenbloom to vice president-strategy and Curt Westberg to vice president—customer. Rosenbloom is in charge of product direction and management, as well as the company's third-party partnerships and technology integrations. Westberg is managing client relationships, customer retention, client advocacy programs and customer awareness of Dexter + Chaney products and services. The company develops cloud-based construction management software.

Integrity Energy Services


Steven Hawkins is the new director of construction and estimating at Integrity Energy Services, where he is overseeing construction grade estimates, constructability reviews and project management. Hawkins is a Certified Professional Estimator with more than 30 years of industry experience. Seattle-based Integrity upgrades building systems.

Aug 16, 2016

Howard S. Wright



Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, hired Neal Schaefer as senior superintendent and Roger McFarland as healthcare project executive, both in Seattle. Schaefer has 25 years of experience on projects ranging from high-rises to stadiums, and has worked with pile driving, concrete carpentry, forming systems, finish carpentry, and stone and tile. McFarland has 40 years of experience in healthcare, mission critical, government, higher education, life sciences and retail projects. He holds a bachelor's degree in operations research and logistics from the U.S. Naval Academy, and a master's degree in electrical engineering for power transmission and digital technology from Georgia Institute of Technology.



Kent-based Novinium hired Danius Silkaitis as engineering project manager. Silkaitis has experience in the medical and electrical device industries, and holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of Michigan. Novinium has an injection process that rejuvenates and extends the life of cables up to 40 years.

CITC of Washington

The Construction Industry Training Council of Washington expanded its painting apprenticeship program statewide, and will hold a first year painting class next month in Spokane. Washington Commercial Painters, which recently opened a shop in Spokane, has several apprentices enrolled in the newly approved program. CITC now has 10 apprenticeship programs that have statewide approval.

Milgard Windows & Doors

Tacoma-based Milgard Windows & Doors won a 2016 Crystal Achievement Award for the most innovative window from Window & Door magazine. Milgard was recognized for its Essence Series of casement windows that combines a fiberglass exterior for weather protection with a solid wood interior for looks.

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