Aug 07, 2018
In Seattle, Walsh Construction Co. named Elizabeth Rinehart general manager of its Washington-based operations. Rinehart is a 13-year employee with more than 18 years of construction experience. She serves on the Housing Development Consortium, working to provide affordable housing in Seattle and King County. She replaces Bill Reid, who remains with the company as president of the Washington region.
In Bellevue, PCL Construction Services promoted Ben Reinhardsen to manager of special projects. Reinhardsen has been with PCL since 2008, working in the estimating department and in the field as a project manager. He most recently was project manager on the Alaska Airlines Concourse C Lounge.
Bob Barlish joined Swinerton Builders Seattle as project executive for the special projects team. Barlish has been in construction for 35 years as an apprentice cabinetmaker, carpenter, foreman, superintendent and estimator. He also has experience in pre-construction, marketing and management.
Dan Burns was named to the partnership team at Hermanson Co. in Kent. Burns has over 20 years of construction industry experience, focusing on safety and project management. He has been with Hermanson for 15 years as a project manager and construction executive. Hermanson provides mechanical construction, design-build engineering, and service/maintenance.
Jul 31, 2018
In Seattle, Walsh Construction Co. promoted Greg Linnell to senior project manager; Fik Mulugeta to assistant project manager; Sean Hamelin to superintendent; Alex Kilcup to concrete trade assistant superintendent; and Nick Silbaugh, Eric Storhaug, Eric Brandon, Jeremiah Phillips and Jonathan Chow to assistant superintendents. Linnell joined Walsh in 2003 as a project engineer and was promoted in 2007 to project manager. He is working on the Lake City Family Housing and LIHI Little Saigon projects. Mulugeta joined the company in 2013 as a project engineer and was promoted in 2017 to project engineer II. He is working at the Bellevue College Student Housing project. Hamelin joined in 2016 as a journeyman carpenter, and is working on a project in Grays Harbor. Kilcup started at the company in 2013 as a laborer and was promoted in 2015 to foreman. He is on the Spring District II project. Silbaugh joined in 2015 as a project engineer, and is working on the Ainsworth & Dunn project. Storhaug, Brandon, Phillips and Chow all joined in 2014 as project engineers. Storhaug and Brandon are working on the Spring District II project; Phillips is on the Wesley Homes Des Moines project; and Chow is on the DESC North 96th Supportive Housing project.
Tony Stewart returned to Skanska, as vice president of design construction integration in Seattle. Stewart comes from executive roles at McKinstry and the Northwest division of Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company. Prior to that, he spent 12 years at Skanska overseeing business development for the Northwest, and 10 years as an architect with NBBJ.