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February 1, 2016
For 28 years, Nancy Munro has managed the administrative operations at MidMountain Contractors, a Kirkland-based heavy-civil contractor that has been active since 1988 in the AGC and National Utility Contractors Association. Munro served two years on the AGC of Washington board and two years on the AGC Education Foundation board. She is an industry advocate and has served on numerous public agency forums, committees and community organizations. She lives in Bothell with her husband, Rod.
First Vice President
Jake Jacobson is executive vice president/special projects at Osborne Construction Co., where he is responsible for risk management, strategic planning, training, ethics/compliance and third-party relationships. He has been with Osborne since its founding in 1987 and serves on the company’s board. He also is a member of The Beavers, Associated Builders & Contractors, Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau and Stanford Athletic Board. He resides on Mercer Island and likes to golf, garden, travel and volunteer.
Second Vice President
Frank Imhof is CEO of Imco General Construction in Ferndale, a company he founded in 1978 with his wife, Patti. Imco builds and manages public and private heavy-civil infrastructure projects. Imhof was raised on his family’s dairy farm in Ferndale, and is passionate about construction, always looking for ways to increase efficiency, challenge people and create innovative solutions. He serves on the PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation’s board, and advocates for open and fair competition in the construction industry.
Dawn Stephens is CFO of Charter Construction, where she oversees financial processes and operations. Her career as a finance professional spans more than 25 years at several construction and real estate firms. In 2006, Stephens joined Harbor Properties as corporate controller and later became CFO. She is active in Commercial Real Estate Women, is past president of the Puget Sound Chapter of the Construction Financial Managers Association, and serves on a variety of committees benefiting the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Gary Smith is president of Lease Crutcher Lewis. A 40-year construction professional, he has been with Lewis since 1996 and prior to that spent many years with Wright Schuchart. Smith is property committee chair and a board member for AGC of Washington, and serves on the boards of the Northwest Construction Consumer Council and Seattle Aquarium. In 2012, he was AGC of Washington’s Contractor of the Year. Smith and his wife, Ann, live on Capitol Hill and enjoy boating.
Sharon Young, Concord Construction
Chris Lang, Fisher Construction Group
Paul Mayo, Flatiron Constructors
Mickey Traugutt, Washington Patriot Construction
Brent Levander, Centennial Contractors Enterprises
Jim Rowley, Howard S Wright, a Balfour Beatty company
Delton Bonds, Mountain States Construction Co.
Glyn Slattery, Lydig Construction
Gordon Spencer, Teknon Corp.
Ian McFarland, University Mechanical Contractors
Mike Grace, Groff Murphy
Annie Lombroia, Ashbaugh Beal
Jessica Scarsella, Scarsella Bros.
Bill Bender, University of Washington
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