Apr 24, 2018
In Seattle, JTM Construction promoted Ben Coffman to vice president, Kyle Nevils and Torrey Davis to senior project managers, and Ryan Mara and Michael Orme to project managers. The company also hired Preston Socha as senior estimator and Brad Cassidy as project engineer.
Jill Marilley was named construction services manager for the Pacific Northwest region of WSP USA. Based in the Seattle office, Marilley manages operations in Washington, Oregon and Hawaii. She has over 30 years of design and construction management experience, including stints as a senior project manager with a Bellevue engineering firm, as public works director and city engineer for the city of Mill Creek, and as city engineer for the city of Shoreline.
The Walsh Group hired William G. Maibusch as project executive in its Seattle office. Maibusch held the same title at Andersen Construction, and has experience in healthcare, educational and high-rise projects.
Apr 17, 2018
Tim Healey joined Hermanson Co. as human resources director and executive team member. Healey worked in senior HR roles at the Opportunity Council in Bellingham, Weyerhaeuser, T-Mobile and Domtar. He holds a bachelor's degree in industrial psychology from Western Washington University and an MBA from USC. Hermanson provides mechanical construction, design-build engineering and service/maintenance throughout the Pacific Northwest.
SMACNA opened a Hawaii chapter in Honolulu with Blake Parsons as executive director. The new chapter represents more than 40 contractor firms and covers the entire state. SMACNA is an international association representing 3,500 unionized contractors in the sheet metal and HVAC industries.
Portland-based construction software developer Viewpoint bought Keystyle Data Solutions of Monrovia, California. Keystyle has partnered with Viewpoint since 2014 on browser interfaces that integrate with Vista, helping contractors connect their office, team and field operations.
Apr 10, 2018
In Seattle, Lease Crutcher Lewis promoted Coriann Presser and Mark Presleigh to senior project managers and Mike Dunahoe to project manager. It also hired Heather Hannay as marketing specialist, Betsy Williams as operations assistant, Faith Johnson as project engineer and Allison Parker as senior project engineer. Presser interned at Lewis in 2005 and joined the firm in 2006. She will continue to manage the Building Cure project for Seattle Children's Research Institute. Presleigh joined Lewis in 2014 and has focused on projects for Martin Selig Real Estate. Dunahoe joined the firm in 2016. He has six years of construction experience and is a licensed professional engineer. Hannay has a background in graphics and marketing with residential real estate. Williams worked in the HVAC industry for 20 years, and studied project management at South Seattle Community College. Johnson interned with Lewis in 2017 and holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Parker has over 20 years of construction experience. She is working on Margaret Mead Elementary in Sammamish.
Forma Construction Co. hired Liz Wasson Coleman as business development director. Coleman has more than 13 years of experience in the local AEC industry, most recently as marketing manager at Ankrom Moisan Architects. Forma has offices in Olympia and Seattle.
Owen Equipment added Heil products and parts to its dealer network in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Heil designs and makes bodies for garbage trucks. Owen is servicing Heil trucks with three bays in Kent and six in Portland.