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Feb 02, 2016

Andersen Construction








The Seattle office of Andersen Construction promoted Craig Holt to project executive; and hired William Maibusch as project executive, Luis Martinez as senior project manager, Michelle Bungay and Tyson Byers as project managers, Patrick Kirby as estimator in the Special Projects Division, and Spencer Buescher as project engineer. Holt has more than 30 years of construction experience, specializing in healthcare projects. Maibusch, CCM, LEED AP, has 35 years of construction experience with healthcare, industrial, educational and office projects. Martinez, LCCP, has 16 years of industry experience and is an advocate of the lean construction process. Bungay is a 16-year construction veteran, with past roles as Special Projects Division operations manager and purchasing manager. Byers, LEED GA, has been working in construction for eight years. Kirby, CPE, has more than 20 years of industry experience. Buescher recently earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Washington State University.

Saybr Contractors


Bill Classon joined Saybr Contractors to lead the Tacoma-based company's Building Division. Classon has more than 25 years of project management experience in the commercial building industry. Saybr specializes in building construction, site development, fuel system services and remediation systems.

AGC of America

The Associated General Contractors of America named the Oregon State University AGC chapter as the second best collegiate construction association in the country. The OSU chapter was cited for its workforce development programs and service: it created the first high school AGC student chapter in the nation at ACE Academy in Portland. Iowa State University was named the top student chapter and California State University Chico was third.

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