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Nov 22, 2022

Hermanson Co.

A. Rogers

Ponsler

Howard

Baker

Ammentorp

van der Veen

Thibeau

Stedman

Sinclair

K. Rogers

Hermanson Co.'s ownership group expanded to include 10 new members — all current employees, representing a range of administrative and craft labor leadership across multiple disciplines and services. They are: Neil Ammentorp, chief operations officer; Eddie Baker, Highrise, Hospitality & Office Group construction executive; Chris Howard, sheet metal general superintendent; Scott Ponsler, director of labor; Anthony Rogers, plumbing general superintendent; Kyle Rogers, Tech Campus Group leader; Scott Sinclair, Critical Environments Group leader; Mike Stedman, fitting general superintendent; Matt Thibeau, Tech Major Projects Group leader; and Eric van der Veen, Highrise, Hospitality & Office Group leader. The new partnership members, representing the next generation of leadership at Hermanson, join 12 existing members. Hermanson is a full-service mechanical contractor based out of Kent, with offices in Seattle, Redmond, Portland and Eugene, Oregon.

PCL Construction

PCL Construction's Seattle office is celebrating its 30th year as a general contractor in the Pacific Northwest. In that time, the firm has completed over $7 billion in work, including the IDX Tower, Bell Harbor International Conference Center and Spire condo tower in Seattle, as well as Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett and Bravern Signature Residences in Bellevue. Its first local project was the McNeil Island Correction Facility. Looking ahead, the company was recently awarded the Clackamas County Circuit Courthouse project, Oregon's first county courthouse delivered through a public-private partnership. PCL says it wants to do more of these P3 projects, as well as those using mass timber. Tyler Kautz is the district manager.

ABC of Western Washington

The Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington has three new members: Tenna LLC of Seattle; NW Cascade/Honey Bucket of Puyallup; and Ryan, Swanson and Cleveland PLLC of Seattle. Tenna provides construction management software, focusing on asset and equipment management, maintenance and dispatching, and dash cams. NW Cascade/Honey Bucket provides portable toilets, comfort stations, fencing, storage containers and portable offices. Ryan, Swanson and Cleveland is a full-service law firm representing businesses and individuals in a range of practice areas including construction law, employment rights, and benefits and labor.

Nov 15, 2022

Colvos Construction

Stuthers

Page

Angeline

Smith

Tacoma-based Colvos Construction promoted Sara Smith from accounting manager to controller, a newly created position; Casey Angeline from senior project engineer to project manager; Brian Page from project engineer to senior project engineer; and Michael Stuthers from assistant superintendent to superintendent. Smith has been with the company since 2017. In her new role, she overseas all billing, administrative, human resources and operations activities. Angeline started as a project engineer with Colvos in 2020. Page began at Colvos as an intern while attending Central Washington University and started as a full-time employee in 2019. Stuthers joined the company in 2021 and has 24 years of construction experience. Colvos says it prioritizes promoting staff from within. It specializes in hospitality, multifamily, office, health care and tenant improvement projects throughout Puget Sound.

Unimark Construction

Unimark Construction, with offices in Seattle and Bellevue, has changed its name to Skyline Construction. Unimark operated as a sister company to San Francisco-based Skyline Construction for several years. Two other sister companies — Accend Construction in Illinois and Skyline Capital Builders in California — also changed their names to Skyline Construction. All three companies are owned by Skyline Enterprises, which says the rebrand unifies the companies under one name, making it easier for clients to identify Skyline teams in all locations they serve. All daily business operations, registered entity names, local teams and office locations remain the same. “In Seattle, changing our name to Skyline Construction is the final step in solidifying our acquisition,” said Chris Henderson, president of Skyline's Seattle office, in a news release. “Skyline acquired Unimark back in early 2020 amid the pandemic. Since then, we have been fortunate to share clients and partners between locations, and have benefited from the organizational infrastructure and financial strength provided by Skyline. This name change comes down to recognizing and valuing that our business and brand are stronger as a unified front than as separate, local brands.”

Idaho Environmental Coalition

Idaho Environmental Coalition helped establish a workforce training center to cater to the health care, agriculture, manufacturing, construction and public safety industries in the Bonneville County area of Idaho. Through the center, prospective employers sponsor students as they learn skills needed by the employers. In exchange for the sponsorship, students commit to work for their sponsors for a prescribed time. The center opened in September. It benefits vocational-technical students who don't want to attend a college or university after graduation. In addition, the center is used by industry to provide upskill training to existing employees. Idaho Environmental Coalition is managing cleanup operations at the Idaho National Laboratory Site in Idaho Falls.

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