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Jun 28, 2022

4EA Building Science






As part of restructuring and a rebrand from JRS Engineering to 4EA Building Science, the building enclosure consulting firm named five new shareholders: Clarissa Binkley, Joyce Mak, Adam Neugebauer, Caelum Roberts and Charlie Tribe. Binkley has over a decade of experience in enclosure consulting in the U.S. and Canada, and is director of the firm’s Oakland office. Mak, a project manager in Seattle, is a civil engineer specializing in building science with a focus in high-rise projects and how building components’ interaction with the environment impacts design. Neugebauer, also a project manager in Seattle, began his career in 2007 working in the Southwest on single-family homes. He later earned a master’s degree in building technology at MIT, where he researched a granulated aerogel thermal insulation system. Roberts, a building science specialist in the Seattle area, has been working in condo rehabilitation since 2005. He also has been involved in design and construction administration on reroof, reclad and repair projects. Tribe has been in construction since 2005, and was a lead carpenter before joining 4EA in 2014. The firm says his knowledge of repair and remodeling for both mixed-use multifamily and commercial rehabilitation projects has grown to expertise in the full building enclosure. 4EA specializes in design, construction and rehabilitation of building enclosures. It has offices in Seattle and Oakland, California.

Jun 22, 2022

Pacific Civil & Infrastructure


Tacoma-based Pacific Civil & Infrastructure promoted Justin Sartell to vice president/senior project manager. Sartell has over 18 years in the civil construction industry, with experience ranging from highway and airport runway expansions, to major underground utility installations, to water and wastewater pumping stations. While continuing in his project management capacity, Sartell has additional leadership responsibilities, including planning PCI’s continued growth.

Jun 14, 2022



Matt Sanborn joined BNBuilders as a senior project executive supporting the company's five regional offices in Seattle, the Bay Area, Los Angeles/Orange County, San Diego and Denver. Sanborn has over 25 years of experience in business development and operations at national firms, with the last 15 years spent leading operations and business development initiatives at an executive level. He has held leadership roles at both Skanska and DPR Construction, specializing in the health care sector and design-build projects. At BNB, he is focusing on corporate business development, strategy, and aiding in growing the company's national client base.

Compass Construction

In Kirkland, Compass Construction hired Olivia Ma as estimator, Jim Berglind as IT director and Jackson Coleman as project engineer. The company also promoted Mike Gilbert from field superintendent to superintendent. Ma has five years of estimating experience in the Seattle area. She holds bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering. Berglind previously led an IT consultancy for over 25 years. His client base primarily represented the tech, aerospace and construction sectors — including Compass for 18 years. Coleman holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Portland. Gilbert has been with the company for 2.5 years.

ABC of Western Washington

The Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington signed up two new members: Ayko Group of Gig Harbor; and R&S Electric of Arlington. Ayko is a general contracting and construction management company working in the commercial sector and with U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense. R&S specializes in electrical and low-voltage work on commercial and residential projects.

Habitat Seattle-King County

Habitat Seattle-King County had over 500 guests at its recent 2022 Beyond the Build luncheon. The event raised over $1.6 million, including matching funds, for affordable housing projects. Bank of America and Steve Hill were recognized at the event for their contributions. Bank of America has been a corporate partner for over 25 years, and Hill was named Volunteer of the Year for his service on a Weyerhaeuser alumni campaign that will provide housing for 10 families over five years.

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