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Nov 14, 2017

Lydig Construction

Johnson

Andrew Johnson is the new president of Lydig Construction's Western Region Group in Bellevue. Johnson is replacing Gus Gottschalk, who is retiring after 34 years with Lydig. Johnson is a University of Washington graduate who spent his entire career with Lydig, starting with an internship in 2006. He has served in multiple capacities at Lydig, most recently as project manager, and is a member of the UW's Construction Industry Advisory Council.



Howard S. Wright

Gonzalez

Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company, hired Osvaldo “Ozzie” Gonzalez as diversity and sustainability director in the Portland office. Gonzalez is developing economic opportunities through subcontracting, training, mentorship and community engagement in the Oregon and Washington markets. He has more than 16 years of industry experience.




Hermanson Co.

Bishop

Evan Bishop joined Hermanson Co. as account executive in the Owner Direct Solutions department, which provides maintenance, equipment change-outs and retrofits of mechanical systems in the Puget Sound region. Bishop has worked in account management in the mechanical construction industry for over 13 years. He holds a bachelor's degree in business from the University of the Pacific.




Nov 07, 2017

Hermanson Co.

Ayres

Davenberry

Hermanson Co. hired Soph Davenberry as test, adjust and balance (TAB) technician and Kelcy Ayres as TAB apprentice. Both are focusing on the company's Owner Direct Solutions Department and “quick hit” service needs. Davenberry has more than 20 years of industry expertise, with a focus in smoke control, specialty test equipment and systems assessments. Ayres started in the trades out of high school and has been working in commercial HVAC controls for the past nine years. Both are members of Local 66 of the Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation (SMART) union.

PCL Construction Services

PCL Construction Services donated $75,000 for BIM education at Washington State University's School of Design and Construction. WSU's new BIM initiative will provide equipment, software and updated classroom spaces for students to work with programs like Revit, Navis Works, P6 and AutoCAD.

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