Movers and Shakers Week Ending 07.13.18
Josh Van Eps Joins NavPoint Real Estate Group
NavPoint Real Estate Group welcomes Josh Van Eps to the Brokerage Services team. Josh graduated from Dordt College in 2018 with a degree in Business Administration and Computer Science. Josh will be assisting the senior brokers in the office in a variety of areas including sales and leasing.
“I am eager to provide the level of service that so many people have come to expect from the NavPoint name,” said Van Eps. “I had a great experience interning in the office last summer and was excited for the opportunity to join the team full-time.”
“Josh is going to be a great addition to our team, he is eager to learn and brings a fresh perspective to our office. NavPoint is very active in the market and we look forward to partnering with him as he grows his business,” said Matt Call, principal at NavPoint Real Estate Group.
Three Promotions to Project Executive at Brinkman Construction
Andrew McAlister has been promoted to a project executive for Brinkman Construction. He has a bachelor’s degree in building construction from Auburn University.
McAlister’s diverse industry background spans a wide range of project types from large university projects to small tenant finishes. At Brinkman Construction, McAlister has played an integral part of large multifamily and senior living projects across Colorado. He has a proven track record of leading teams to complete projects on time and on budget.
In this new role, McAlister will expand his oversight to multiple projects and teams. He will be the main point of contact with clients during all phases of the project, providing a seamless experience from preconstruction through closeout. In addition to assuming responsibility for the success of multiple projects, McAlister will be actively involved in the development and career management of project managers in the organization.
Justin Tuck has been promoted to a project executive for Brinkman Construction. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Colorado State University and is a LEED AP professional.
Having started in the industry as a laborer, Tuck has held positions with increasing responsibility since high school. As a Project Manager and Senior Project Manager, he led many higher education, multifamily and office projects to successful completion. Most recently, he managed the 500,000-square-foot mixed-use redevelopment project in downtown Loveland, The Foundry.
In his new role as project executive, Tuck will be a senior leader in the organization, actively promoting company initiatives and fostering the skills and career objectives for personnel reporting to him. He will provide strategic leadership for multiple projects and teams. As a project executive, his involvement will begin in the early project pursuit and set-up strategy with the preconstruction department and will continue through all phases of the project including the post-construction warranty phase.
Aubry Teeters has been promoted as a project executive for Brinkman Construction. She’s a LEED Green Associate with extensive experience in government, healthcare and office products across the country. She holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from the University of Colorado.
During her tenure at Brinkman Construction, Teeters has led many Denver-based projects from preconstruction to successful completion including INDUSTRY RiNo Station and the adaptive reuse of the historic former Gold Star Sausage building. She is currently overseeing one of Brinkman Construction’s largest healthcare projects, the Eating Recovery Center in the Lowry district in Denver.
As project executive, Teeter will provide high-level management direction to project teams and accept the overall responsibility for the success of multiple projects from pursuit through completion. Teeter will hold key relationships with clients during all phases of projects and will be actively involved in the promotion and career management of personnel reporting to her.