December 13, 2011
November 8, 2011
Sundt Construction, Inc. is pleased to welcome Chuck Salt to the team as an area manager. Based out of our Tempe office, Chuck will serve as an area manager with a focus on mission critical facilities and corporate office projects. (Learn more here). Since Sundt believes that our people are the core of what we do, we wanted to get to know our latest addition. We recently spent a little time talking with Chuck, and this is what we learned.
What’s your goal in your new position?
I hope to expand mission critical facilities projects to support Sundt’s growth goals for 2020.
What motivates you?
The challenge of accomplishing something significant with my team.
If you could build anything, what would you build?
I’d love to build 100 data centers.
If you weren’t in construction, what would you be doing?
I would be working with other parents of autistic children in some capacity.
When not at work, how do you spend your time?
I spend my time with my kids, CJ (5) and Sarah (3), and enjoy hiking, biking, some golf, and keeping up with NASCAR and the Florida Gators.
How do you take your coffee?
With two creams!
What’s your favorite place to dine?
Rudy’s in San Antonio, hands down.
What’s one thing on your bucket list?
Visiting every NASCAR track in the world.
October 18, 2011
Sundt Construction, Inc. is pleased to welcome Tyler Smith to the team as a field engineer. Based out of our Sacramento office, Smith will aid in project management efforts in California (learn more here). Since Sundt believes that our people are the core of what we do, we take a vested interest in each of our employees and wanted to get to know our latest addition. We recently spent a little time talking with Tyler, and this is what we learned.
What is it about Sundt that led you to want to start your career here? I chose Sundt for its reputation as one of the leading general contractors in the country. Additionally, I chose to begin my construction career here because of its rich history and the company’s efforts to invest in its employees.
If you weren’t in construction, what would you be doing?I would probably be working for a non-profit group as an advocate for children with special medical conditions.
When not at work, how do you spend your time? I like to spend time with family, friends and my girlfriend. I also enjoy watching football and baseball. I root for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers, as well as the Texas Longhorns.
What’s your favorite place to dine in Sacramento? I really like sushi, so Blue Nami in Roseville is probably my favorite place to eat.
Where in the world would you most like to visit? I would like to visit Australia and New Zealand, as well as Europe.
Who has inspired you most? My parents have inspired me the most because they never let me down and always pushed me to work hard and never give up.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? My mom always told me growing up that the word “can’t” is not part of my vocabulary. It was the best advice in that it gave me the mindset that I can achieve anything I put my mind to.
August 5, 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…
July 19, 2011
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.
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