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Apr 02, 2024

Auburn Mechanical


Auburn Mechanical promoted Justin Pritchett to executive vice president. In his previous role, Pritchett led the contractor's Major Projects Division, refining the project delivery model. In his new role, Pritchett will turn strategic goals into reality by driving engagement among key stakeholders and maintaining high operational efficiency throughout the company. Auburn Mechanical says Pritchett has a proven track record in team leadership, project operations, resource allocation, preconstruction oversight, and overall project performance. Auburn Mechanical is a woman-owned full-service mechanical contractor.

ABC of Western Washington

The Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington has three new members: Riverside Roofing of Marysville, Hi Grade Asphalt & Seal Coat of Edgewood, and NW Dumpsters LLC of Renton. Riverside repairs and installs flat thermoplastic polyolefin, polyvinyl chloride and torch down roofs of all sizes. Hi Grade specializes in paving, grading with crushed rock and gravel, overlays, water berms, resurfacing, and speed bumps and ramps. NW Dumpsters provides roll-off dumpsters, junk removal and demolition in the Puget Sound region. Its roll-off dumpsters range from 20 to 40 cubic yards in capacity.

Mar 26, 2024



Gov. Jay Inslee appointed UMC's Steve Russo to the Capital Projects Advisory Review Board as the specialty subcontractor representative. Russo, a licensed civil engineer in Washington and Michigan, is major projects director and a shareholder at UMC. He has experience in varied construction delivery methods, with a primary focus in design-bid-build, design-build and MC/CM contracting in industrial and commercial sectors. He has worked at UMC since 2000. The 25-member CPARB, established by the 2005 Legislature, evaluates alternative public works contracting procedures and advises state policymakers on enhancing the quality, efficiency and accountability of such methods. It is run by the state Department of Enterprise Services. UMC is a mechanical contractor providing a range of integrated services in facility performance and maintenance, energy and environment, building energy modeling, building automation and controls, manufacturing, and reality capture scanning.

Trico Companies


Burlington-based Trico Companies promoted Michael Williams to business unit leader for food and manufacturing. Williams has only been with the company for about a year, but Trico says he has quickly become an invaluable asset by leading projects with clear vision and effective strategies, as well as fostering a collaborative environment built on trust and accountability. He has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry and a holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Washington. He also is a DBIA Associate and holds LEED AP credentials.


Reno, Nevada-based Jensen Precast announced that it has acquired Shelton-based ProGlass, a manufacturer of fiberglass products for the electric utility industry. ProGlass makes lightweight fiberglass products that are easy to handle and are durable. They included fiberglass trench covers, transformer pads, box pads, switchgear box pads, ground sleeves, splice boxes and looping enclosures. ProGlass was founded in 1990 in Gig Harbor by electrical contractor Jim Holland, who observed a high demand for fiberglass products in the electric utility industry. Jensen is an independent family-owned manufacturer of infrastructure products such as precast concrete vaults, polymer concrete handholes and metal access hatches.

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