May 04, 2021
Bellevue-based Foushee and Associates promoted Rick Angehrn to chief operating officer. Angehrn began his career with Baugh Construction as a project engineer before joining Foushee in 1999. He was promoted to senior project manager at Foushee in 2018. In his new role, Angehrn oversees project operations, employee development and training, risk mitigation and project staffing. The company says he is known for his attention to detail, management of large and complex projects, and ability to build relationships with clients.
Roofing materials giant GAF says it has produced the industry's first asphalt roofing shingles containing recycled material from post-consumer and post-manufacture waste shingles that may have otherwise been landfilled. The company states this breakthrough has significant implications for improving sustainability across the asphalt roofing supply chain. It says it was able to reclaim more than 90% of the waste shingle material, by weight, to reuse for new shingles without compromising product quality or performance. New Jersey-based GAF, a Standard Industries company, has three patents for the process.
Apr 27, 2021
In Kirkland, Jim Doherty and Max Hunter rejoined Compass Construction as assistant superintendents, and Kay Stertz transitioned into the field as a project engineer after six years in the office. The company also added Dana Pellegrini as executive assistant, Derek Uchiumi as senior project engineer and Gary Moss as project manager.
Redmond-based contractor Sequoyah Electric and Network Services hired Charlie Cabe as controller. Cabe has over 17 years of financial experience, starting his career in public accounting and spending the past eight years at Moss Adams, Coinstar and REI. His background in accounting and finance management includes budget and strategic planning. He also is a CPA.
In Seattle, Proform General Contractors added a Special Projects Division. Since 2007, Proform has specialized in new residential construction, remodeling and renovations. The addition of the Special Projects Division allows Proform to perform a variety of remodels and renovations, such as kitchens and bathrooms. The new division is led by Gerry Beal as project estimator and preconstruction manager, Scott Miller as superintendent and Rren Schafer as project manager.
Seattle-based HeadLight appointed Norbert Orth to its board of directors. Orth has over 25 years of executive leadership experience and over a decade spent in the construction technology marketplace. The company also hired Patti Brooke as vice president of marketing and Tom Staples as vice president of sales. Brooke has over 15 years of marketing experience, previously as innovation director for Premera Blue Cross. Staples spent over a decade in the solar industry, most recently as vice president of strategic opportunities and sales for Omnidian. HeadLight is a photo-based inspection technology for infrastructure construction projects.