Nov 28, 2023
In Redmond, Sequoyah Electric promoted Kyle Curre to executive vice president of preconstruction, Roy Hella to executive vice president of the Electrical Group, and Tim Ostlie to general superintendent. Sequoyah says the trio was promoted as a result of their outstanding performance, expertise and contribution to the growth of the company. Curre, previously director of preconstruction, has “consistently exhibited exceptional leadership skills, a remarkable work ethic, and a strong capacity for strategic thinking.” Hella, previously project executive, has “demonstrated remarkable competence, innovation, and a deep understanding of our customers.” Ostlie, previously a field supervisor, has “consistently exhibited exceptional skill, dedication, and a strong commitment to achieving Sequoyah's company goals.”
Port Townsend-based Frederickson Electric joined the Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington. The company is a licensed, bonded and insured electrical contractor working primarily in Jefferson, Clallam, Kitsap and Mason counties since 1974. Hans Fredrickson is president.
Building products distributor Beacon is replacing roofs on 10 veteran homes or veteran community buildings across the country for free under its Beacon of Hope program. Included in this year's recipients is the American Legion Post 72 in Cheney, Spokane County. Beacon is working with local roofing companies on the replacements. Beacon operates over 500 branches throughout all 50 U.S. states and six Canadian provinces.
Nov 21, 2023
In Tacoma, Colvos Construction hired Mike Davis as preconstruction manager. Davis comes off a recent nine-year stint at Swinerton Management and Consulting, where he focused on equity capital for multifamily housing, independent-living, assisted-living, memory care and workforce housing projects. His responsibilities encompassed due diligence, feasibility studies, site analysis and construction schedule analysis. His role also involved business development, building client relationships and establishing strategic partnerships. Prior to that, Davis spent a decade at Swinerton Builders, working on commercial tenant improvements, high-tech design-builds, high-rise offices, multifamily high-rises and tribal construction. He is a Design-Build Institute of America Professional.
Kuhn Coaching of Lynnwood and Safety Site Solutions of Arlington joined the Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington. Kuhn Coaching is a certified EOS implementer led by Cheri Kuhn. Safety Site Solutions provides construction safety consulting and training.