Aug 21, 2018
Chad Goodfellow has become CEO of Goodfellow Bros., a heavy-civil construction company in Maple Valley. Goodfellow was president for eight years, and is a fourth-generation owner in the company's 97-year history. He replaces Steve Goodfellow, who continues as board chair. The company also announced new division presidents: Lane Shinnick (Washington state), Joe Correy (Oregon) and Ed Brown (Hawaii). Each has been with Goodfellow for about 20 years.
In Tukwila, The Walsh Group hired Mark Nonato as assistant project manager and Matthew Bender as project engineer. Nonato previously worked with Tutor Perini Building Corp. on the Hudson Yards project in New York City. He is assigned to the T-100 Link expansion in Tacoma. Bender graduated earlier this year with a bachelor's degree in construction management from Central Washington University, and was an intern at Walsh. He is working on a seismic upgrade project at Naval Base Kitsap.
Auburn Mechanical hired Chris Lermusik as division manager of the Special Projects Group. Lermusik has been in the contracting industry for more than 30 years. Auburn Mechanical specializes in mechanical design, HVAC, plumbing, fitting, refrigeration and maintenance.
Aug 14, 2018
Walsh Construction Co. hired Tom Anderton as superintendent; Kaitlyn Hoffman-Smith as front desk administrator; McKenzie Waters as project administrator; and Evan Erickson, Adam Parga, Doug Fish, Nick Huylar, Rachel Adamian and Dustin Allen as project engineers. Anderton is working at the Cedar Park project in Renton. Hoffman-Smith is working in the Tacoma office. Waters and Erickson are on the Grays Harbor project team. Parga is on the Spring District job in Bellevue. Fish interned with Walsh last summer and continued working at the Portland office while he finished studying mechanical engineering at the University of Portland. Huylar is working on student housing at Bellevue College. Adamian is on the LIHI Little Saigon project. Allen is working with the self-perform RDF excavation team. Walsh has offices in Seattle, Portland and Tacoma.
The Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties hired Jeremy Hall as COO. Hall was principal at Brightspeed Consulting and prior to that was COO of two medicolegal services companies. Early in his career he worked for Arthur Andersen, where he consulted with healthcare, construction and telecommunications companies.
In Spokane, Bouten Construction Co. hired Samuel Mikolasy as a project manager. Mikolasy comes from McCarthy Building Companies in San Diego. Prior to that, he worked for University Mechanical Contractors. He holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Washington.
Sumner-based Wayne's Roofing was ranked 33rd largest roofing contractor in the country by Roofing Contractor magazine. Wayne's also was the highest ranked roofer in the Northwest region. Rankings were based on 2017 revenues. Wayne's had $40.6 million in revenue last year. Its business focuses on commercial buildings.