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Feb 28, 2023
Lease Crutcher Lewis promoted JB Hall to director of operations in the data center and advanced technologies market. Hall joined the company in 2018 with a diverse background working on data centers and advanced technology, health care and multifamily projects. He started his career as a union carpenter before earning a building construction degree from the University of Washington, and serving as an army ranger at Fort Lewis. Since joining the company, Hall has played an integral role in highly complex projects, including data centers in Tukwila, Vancouver, B.C., and Hillsboro, Oregon. Lewis has offices in Seattle, Portland and Eugene, Oregon.
Burlington-based Trico Companies hired Michael Williams as senior project manager. Williams, DBIA Associate, LEED AP, has over 30 years of experience in construction, and holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from the University of Washington. Trico says he's a high-integrity leader who believes gaining trust is the most important aspect of delivering quality food and manufacturing projects for clients.
Jack Moore is Skagit County's new director of the Planning and Development Services department. Moore served as assistant director of the department since December, and has worked there for 19 years. He has spent over 25 years working in local planning and building departments, with experience in planning, building codes, floodplain management, fire prevention, natural resources and economic development.
The American Concrete Pumping Association last month elected its new executive board at its annual meeting and awards presentation in Las Vegas during the World of Concrete event. The Region 1 director is Lee Roy Thompson of Champion Concrete Pumping in Hauser, Idaho. ACPA is a nonprofit advocate for the concrete pumping industry based in Lewis Center, Ohio.
Sam's Painting of Redmond joined the Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington. The company provides full-scale commercial painting services.
Feb 22, 2023
Hermanson Co. senior project managers Andrea Smith and Bill Misocky were promoted to construction executives. Smith is construction executive in the Highrise, Hospitality & Office group, while Misocky is construction executive in the Tech Major Projects group. Smith has 11 years of industry experience and has been with Hermanson for eight years. Misocky has been with Hermanson for three years and has more than 40 years of experience in the industry. Hermanson is a full-service mechanical contractor based out of Kent, with offices in Seattle, Redmond, Portland and Eugene, Oregon.
Mukilteo-based UMC named Troy Turpin and Ryan Hoggatt as shareholders in the company. Turpin is UMC's development director, and Hoggatt is manufacturing director. UMC says both have been with the firm for many years and play critical roles in its current operations and future growth. Turpin has over 23 years of experience working in mechanical design and construction, with various roles in energy consulting, project management and business development. As a certified energy manager (CEM), he has been responsible for development and concept planning of large-scale projects with sustainability goals or requirements. Hoggatt has been with UMC since 2008. He is responsible for corporate manufacturing and virtual construction strategy, standards, and operation, as well as construction technology adoption and implementation. He has developed the company's prefabrication business that supports modular construction and drives efficiencies throughout the construction delivery process. UMC is a mechanical engineering, facilities maintenance and construction company.
Courtney Soyring rejoined Ascendent Demolition in Puyallup as a project manager/estimator. He started with Ascendent 12 years ago as a laborer, and has 18 years of experience in all aspects of demolition — from field work to management, including EPA mediation sites, select demo and total wrecks.
Design-build mechanical contractor MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions announced its commitment to The Climate Pledge. The company says it has been an environmental steward for decades, designing mechanical systems that are energy-efficient for developers and building owners. Signing The Climate Pledge aligns the company's external business goals with its internal goals and values. As part of the pledge, MacDonald-Miller will: regularly report greenhouse gas emissions; carry out decarbonization strategies in line with The Paris Agreement; and neutralize any remaining emissions with offsets to achieve net-zero annual carbon emissions by 2040. Marisa Zylkowski is the company's sustainable design manager.