Movers and Shakers Week Ending 04.19.19
Swinerton Hires New Senior Project Manager
Matt Curtis has joined Swinerton as a senior project manager, focusing on healthcare construction. He is an ASHE Certified Health Care Physical Environment Worker, a LEED Accredited Professional and holds an ASHE Healthcare Construction certificate. Matt is a graduate from Colorado State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management.
GE Johnson Promotes Three Construction Managers
GE Johnson announced the promotion of Mike Austin, John McCorkle and Tim Redfern to construction managers. These individuals will support the company’s ongoing work program in several markets in their new roles.
Mike Austin has nearly 20 years of industry experience in preconstruction and operations leadership. He is currently leading the University of Wyoming Science Initiative and Central Utility Plant projects in Laramie, Wyoming. Austin has also worked with GE Johnson on the Vail Health Hospital East Wing Expansion and Renovation project in Vail, Colorado and the University of Wyoming Engineering Education and Research Building (EERB), also in Laramie.
John McCorkle’s resume includes an extensive list of mixed-use, office, hospitality and higher education projects. His commitment to excellence in management, leadership, teamwork and relationships are his trademarks of success for projects of any size. He is currently leading the construction of the United States Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs.
Tim Redfern is leading multiple projects in Colorado Springs, including the Pikes Peak Summit Complex project and High Altitude Research Lab, as well as the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC stadium project. His leadership and guidance for successful project execution has played a key role in cultivating dedicated project teams and instilling unmatched client confidence.
Joining GE Johnson in 1986 as an apprentice carpenter, Redfern has worked on many of GE Johnson’s signature projects, including The Broadmoor West renovation project, the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and St. Francis Medical Center. His resume includes multiple occupied hospital renovations and a variety of cultural and hospitality projects.
Integrated Design Firm DLR Group Announces New Hires in Denver Market
DLR Group, a 100 percent employee-owned global integrated design firm, recently added three new professionals to its Denver office. These individuals join the firm ready to champion innovation and collaboration and deliver on DLR Group’s brand promise to elevate the human experience through design.
Recent New Hires:
- Cally Dalton, LEED Green Associate, Interiors
- Tina Navarro, Architecture
- Hunter Wheeler, Structural Engineering