Jan 11, 2022
In Kent, Hermanson Co. hired Neil Ammentorp as chief operating officer. Ammentorp has over 30 years of experience in all levels of commercial and industrial construction, including a stint as vice president of operations at API Group subsidiary Metropolitan Mechanical Contractors. Hermanson says Ammentorp's knowledge of construction management, conceptual design, estimating, software implementation, facility management and predictive energy savings will help guide the company's continued growth and expanded service offerings.
Seattle-based G3 builders hired TJ Modica as a partner. Modica has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, having served as project manager and senior project manager for some of Seattle's most notable construction firms. He has managed complex renovation projects and tenant improvements in the life science, mission critical, technology and corporate office sectors. G3 is a commercial general contractor specializing in complex life science projects. It was founded in 2017.
The Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington has two new members: Wide Effect Talent Solutions of Mukilteo; and Faber Construction of Lynden. Wide Effect provides construction staffing. Faber is a general contractor focusing on commercial, industrial and institutional construction, as well as civil construction and utility work.
Jan 04, 2022
Richland-based Hanford Mission Integration Solutions committed over $96,000 to student scholarships and local educational programs in an effort to support development of the future Hanford workforce. Through the HMIS scholarship program, $29,000 was awarded to dependents of HMIS employees and co-op interns. A partnership with Washington State University Tri-Cities resulted in $2,500 scholarships for 10 WSU Tri-Cities students pursuing STEM degrees. HMIS also donated over $22,000 to support Columbia Basin College’s Pathways to Hanford program, which assists students exploring careers at Hanford. Finally, HMIS donated $20,000 to The STEM Foundation to help expand the STEM Like ME! educational programs at middle and high schools in the Tri-Cities area. HMIS is the team of Leidos, Centerra Group and Parsons. It has the essential services contract at the Hanford Site.