Dec 04, 2018
Tacoma-based Colvos Construction hired Brian Neal, Scott Fletcher, Mark Tellez and Gabrielle Marshall as project engineers; Bill Lepola as superintendent; Leonard Maack, Michael Drawdy and Andrew Manteufel as assistant superintendents; and Lynnae Wilson as administrative assistant. Neal has a bachelor's degree in business management from Washington State University and is working on a tenant improvement for Ivar's in Issaquah. Fletcher is working on the Vue 25 multifamily project and the third phase of the Infoblox TI, both in Tacoma. Tellez holds a bachelor's in political science from the University of Memphis and is working on an office buildout at 111 Fawcett in Tacoma. Marshall has a bachelor's in project management from City University and is working on the Asadero restaurant in Tacoma. Lepola has nearly 40 years of construction experience and is working on a TI at Spud's Fish & Chips in Alki. Maack has more than 20 years of experience and is working on Vue 25. Drawdy has expertise in TIs and industrial projects and is working on the Stor-house Renton project. Manteufel has five years of industry experience and is working on Stor-house projects in Renton and Puyallup. Wilson has experience in merchandising and hospitality.
Burlington-based Trico Companies hired Kelly Gieser, Mark Knudson and Kolby Doerge as superintendents. Gieser has 40 years of experience in residential and commercial construction, and is a certified commercial building inspector. Knudson has over 40 years of construction experience and spent 20 years training apprentices and future superintendents. Doerge has over 20 years of construction experience as a grade setter, grade engineer and operator for site and heavy highway development.
The Associated General Contractors of Washington hired Lance Calloway as Northern District manager. Calloway has 24 years of experience leading nonprofit organizations in the Whatcom County area, including a nearly 20-year stint as executive director of Whatcom Sports & Recreation. He holds a bachelor's in economics from Western Washington University.
Nov 27, 2018
In Seattle, Lease Crutcher Lewis hired Marya Granger-O’Neil as administrative business manager; Jordan Gevers as marketing manager; Jacob Boyd as VDC coordinator; Patricia Rangel as operations assistant; Kris Bogar and Scott Kihara as project engineers; Charles Rasmussen and Harlan Perkins as superintendents; and Sean Sumner as field superintendent. Granger-O’Neil has more than a decade of office management experience and ran an employment agency. Gevers spent 14 years in marketing, including nine at engineering and architecture firms. Boyd was an estimator, project engineer and VDC coordinator for four years. Rangel has 17 years of construction administration experience. Bogar has three years of construction experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Washington State University. Kihara interned at Lewis and recently earned a bachelor’s in physics at the University of Washington. Rasmussen has been in construction since 1996 and focuses on healthcare projects. Perkins has more than 20 years of construction experience and used to own a construction firm. Sumner is a 20-year carpenter and supervisor.