Two Sundt Employee-Owners Join Arizona Builders Alliance Board of Directors

TEMPE, Arizona (Feb. 27, 2016) – Marty Hedlund and Tucker Macon of Sundt Construction, Inc. (www.sundt.com) will serve on the Arizona Builders Alliance 2017 Board of Directors.

Hedlund joined the board in 2014 and will serve a one-year term as ABA’s 1st Vice President, followed by a one-year term as the Board’s President in 2018. Hedlund is Vice President for Sundt’s Southwest District/Phoenix Region and has more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, Certified Professional Constructor and Designated Design-Build Professional.

Macon, a Project Director, also joins the board as a new director. Macon has more than 30 years in the construction industry. He has worked on projects in K-12, higher education, mission-critical facilities, emergency command operation centers, multi-family residential, healthcare, senior living and memory care facilities and casinos. Macon is also President of the Leadership Development Forum Alumni Board and a member of the American Society of Professional Estimators.

 

About Sundt
Sundt Construction, Inc. (www.sundt.com) is one of the country’s largest and most respected general contractors. The 127-year-old firm specializes in transportation, industrial and building work and is known for its commitment to quality and innovative approach to construction services. Sundt has offices throughout Arizona, Texas, California and Utah and is 100 percent owned by its approximately 1,800 employees. The company is consistently ranked among the Best Places to Work by business publications in multiple cities and in 2016 it was named the nation’s safest construction company by the Associated General Contractors of America for the second time in a decade – an honor no other contractor can claim. Sundt’s charitable arm, the Sundt Foundation, recently crossed the $7.7 million mark in donations made to hundreds of nonprofit organizations across the country.

 

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