October 18, 2011
October 11, 2011
We’re pleased to welcome two new additions to the Sundt team: Scot Bennett and Angela Tombolini. Both will work to further business development efforts from their respective markets.
Scot will work as a business development representative, dedicating his time to procuring larger, complex construction projects for our construction company. Based in Tempe, Scot comes to Sundt with more than a decade of design and business development experience. More…
As an administrator in the Sacramento office, Angela will be responsible for planning and proposal support for the business development team, as well as market research and outreach. She has worked in the construction and real estate industries for nearly 10 years and is an active member of the Planning, Policy and Urban Development League. More…
September 8, 2011
Eric Hedlund (left) and Mike Hoover (right)
Sundt Construction, Inc. has promoted long-time employees Mike Hoover and Eric Hedlund to serve as the company’s dual COOs, effective Oct. 1. Mike and Eric’s promotions split construction project management of Sundt’s operations between them, creating an optimized organizational structure in light of our growth and expansion to new markets.
Mike now oversees our heavy civil, mining & industrial, concrete, masonry and safety/quality groups. Joining Sundt in 1978 to work on industrial and heavy civil construction projects, Mike previously served as senior vice president and heavy civil group manager. More…
Eric now oversees our California, Southwest, Texas, Federal and special project groups. Employed by the construction company since 1987, Eric previously served as senior vice president and building group manager, overseeing and leading six of Sundt’s business units. More…
August 25, 2011
This spring, Sundt Construction, Inc. promoted Wayne Einbinder to vice president to spearhead the company’s recently established special projects division. The division focuses on construction services for large-scale projects ($100 million or more) with external joint-ventures, as well as those projects requiring the multi-discipline expertise unique to Sundt. The division supports the contractor’s long-term goals for growth regionally and nationally.
In May, Einbinder and the Special Projects Division – in collaboration with Sundt’s Sacramento office – celebrated its first project win with the award of the contract for the Kings County Courthouse in Hanford for the Superior Court of California, County of Kings, by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). Located in the Central Valley, the $100 million courthouse is the largest courthouse project Sundt has been awarded by the AOC to date.
Einbinder is no stranger to overseeing large-scale construction projects, which made him a perfect fit for leading the Special Projects Division. His work portfolio features more than $1 billion in education projects across seven different campuses. Einbinder’s experience also includes a $2 billion prison program for California Department of Corrections, a $2 billion airport program with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and an $800 million program with the City of Phoenix. Click here to learn more about Einbinder and Sundt’s Special Projects Division.
August 5, 2011
“Today’s marketplace is incredibly competitive in every industry around the globe. The difference between success and failure is talent, period.” - Indra Nooyi, CEO, Pepsico
“Only those companies that win the hearts and minds of their top talent will be able to deliver value over both the short and long term.” - Deloitte, 2008
At Sundt Construction, we believe that our people are our company – which means each employee’s skills, growth and development are directly tied to Sundt’s skills, growth and development. Featured in our online resource library, this white paper further explores how establishing a talent-driven culture is the key to any company’s success. Read it here.
Sundt Construction, Inc. welcomes Rick Belanger and Jeff Williamson to the team.
The general contractor hired Jeff Williamson as senior vice president and manager of civil construction projects. In his role, Williamson will lead the heavy civil division to meet its expansion goals, both in terms of work portfolio and presence in new geographic areas.
This is not the first time that Williamson has been part of the Sundt team. In the early 1990s, he served the company for five years as project engineer and construction project manager, respectively. For the past 15 years, Williamson worked at Ames Construction leading Southwest operations. During his tenure, he helped Ames grow its annual volume from $28 million to $242 million.