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January 30, 2023
Glyn Slattery of Lydig Construction has been in the construction industry since 1977. He graduated from the University of Washington in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in construction management, and from the University of Colorado in 1983 with a master’s degree in civil engineering. For the past 35 years, he has been with Lydig Construction and currently serves as the firm’s vice president and construction executive. Slattery has been an active AGC of Washington member for over 20 years, serving on various committees, as a member of the board and as a chapter officer since 2020. He is also past recipient of AGC of Washington’s Contractor of the Year award.
First Vice President
Phil Wallace is an area manager and senior operations manager for Kiewit Infrastructure West. Wallace has over 31 years of construction industry experience, starting his career in 1991 working on the Boeing Everett 40-56 Building expansion as a field engineer. He has managed numerous heavy-civil, marine and transit projects during his career, including WSDOT’s Hood Canal Bridge east half replacement, the new SR 520 Floating Bridge and the demolition of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Wallace has successfully completed complex, technically challenging projects along the entire West Coast, from San Diego to Vancouver, B.C. He is also the AGC Washington lead executive for the WSDOT/AGC committees, and is a member of the AGC Education Foundation’s board of trustees.
Second Vice President
As vice president of legal for Balfour Beatty’s Howard S. Wright office in Seattle, Bryan Kelley is responsible for providing counsel, business operations support and managing transactions, compliance and general risk for the Washington and Oregon markets. A four-time “Rising Star” according to Washington Law & Politics magazine, Kelley has served on the AGC of Washington’s board of trustees and received the AGC of Washington Associate of the Year award in 2014.
Grace Pizzey is vice president at Holaday-Parks in Seattle and has served as AGC of Washington’s secretary/treasurer for the past year. With a bachelor’s degree in economics from Colorado College, she brings 25 years of experience in financial and business management including executive leadership, board membership, financial reporting, legal representation, personnel development, budgeting, risk management/mitigation and human resources.
Immediate Past President
Dawn Stephens is vice president and CFO of Ferguson Construction. Her career as a finance professional spans more than 25 years at several construction and real estate firms. In 2006, Stephens joined Harbor Properties as corporate controller and later became CFO. She is active in Commercial Real Estate Women, is past president of the Puget Sound Chapter of the Construction Financial Managers Association, and serves on several committees benefiting the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Sean Hilt, Turner Construction Co.
Celina Yee, Lease Crutcher Lewis
Jeff Christianson, Exxel Pacific
Matt Osborne, Osborne Construction Co.
Ryan Likkel, Western Refinery Services
John Salinas, Salinas Construction
Lindsay Watkins, Ahlers Cressman & Sleight
JB Gibson, Westlake Consulting Group
Gordon Krippaehne, Howard S. Wright
Scott Isenhart, Tiger-Pearson Co. (Northern District)
Ross Pouley, RAP Consulting (Seattle District)
Tanya Davis, Western Ranch Buildings (Central District)
Jeff Tiegs, Lincoln Construction (Southern District)