Sundt is pleased to announce that Kevin Angelini has joined us as project engineer. Kevin has more than 10 years of construction trade experience and an extensive background in commercial and residential construction. He joins the Kings County Courthouse project team in Hanford, Calif., where he is responsible for overseeing project procurement. Prior to joining Sundt, Kevin worked on a $3 billion project for Intel where he oversaw the construction of a $100 million microprocessor fabrication cleanroom. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in construction management from Arizona State University.
What else is interesting about Kevin? We recently asked him a few questions to find out:
What drew you to Sundt?
Sundt’s reputation as a leader and well respected contractor in the construction industry.
What are your job responsibilities in your new position?
My responsibility is to support the field staff by making sure that they have the material they need on site when they need it. I also have the various responsibilities of an engineer: submittals, RFIs, closeout, LEED, and building relationships with the owner and design team.
Where might you be working if you weren’t in the construction industry?
I would be a cabinetmaker with a focus on architectural millwork and custom furniture.
What’s the most interesting movie you saw recently?
I really enjoyed all of the Harry Potter movies and was amazed at the author’s creativity with the entire series.
Most unusual project you ever worked on?
My most unusual project was building the FAB 42 semiconductor plant for Intel. The scope requirements of that job were far different from anything I had done before – it was a great learning experience.
Where would you most like to travel?
I would like to travel throughout Europe and see all of the different types of architecture, taste the food, and learn about the different cultures.
How do you like to spend your free time?
I spend time with my wife and two sons. We go out and enjoy going to the movies, sporting events, outdoors, boating or just hanging out around the house.
Best advice you ever received?
I guess it would be that you only live once, so work hard and play even harder. Life is short – enjoy life and live it to its fullest in whatever you do.
Who has had the most profound influence on you?
There are lots of people who have impacted my life in one way or another, but I would say it was my parents. They taught me my values, work ethic and to be respectful of other people.