Mortenson Construction Announces Team Member Additions
Mortenson Construction is pleased to announce the additions of Tyler Johnson, Kevin Kendellen, Neris Sandoval, Brian Tobiczyk, and John Wagner to its Milwaukee operations.
MILWAUKEE – (July 27, 2015) – Mortenson Construction is pleased to announce the additions of Tyler Johnson, Kevin Kendellen, Neris Sandoval, Brian Tobiczyk, and John Wagner to its Milwaukee operations.
Tyler Johnson joins Mortenson as a field engineer at the Acuity Insurance Corporate Headquarters Expansion in Sheboygan, WI. Johnson earned his Bachelor of Science in architectural studies from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and his Master of Science in construction management from Arizona State University.
Kevin Kendellen joins Mortenson as a senior integrated construction coordinator. Kendellen has over 10 years of experience using Building Information Technology and Virtual Design and Construction software to enhance the building process and previously worked with Mortenson as an integrated construction coordinator. He is a graduate of the Milwaukee School of Engineering where he earned his Bachelor of Science in construction management. Kendellen resides in Oconomowoc with his wife and three children.
Neris Sandoval joins Mortenson as a field engineer in the Estimating Department. She is a recent graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where she earned her bachelor’s degree in architectural studies and a minor in urban planning.
Brian Tobiczyk joins Mortenson as a design phase manager. Tobiczyk earned his Bachelor of Science in architectural studies from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and his Executive Master of Business Administration in general management from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. In addition to his architectural experience, Tobiczyk spent the last eight years as a senior project manager for store planning with Kohl’s Corporation. He currently lives in Bayside with his wife and two daughters.
John Wagner, a senior superintendent, recently transferred from Mortenson’s Seattle office to the Milwaukee office to work on the Acuity Insurance Corporate Headquarters Expansion in Sheboygan, WI. Wagner is a 32-year construction veteran and has worked with Mortenson for 17 years. In the past six years, Wagner has worked in nine different states and has worked on many notable projects including the KFC Yum! Center in Kentucky and JW Marriott Hotel in Colorado.
About Mortenson Construction
Founded in 1954, Mortenson is a U.S.-based, privately-held development and construction services company. As one of the nation’s top builders, Mortenson provides a complete range of services, including planning, program management, preconstruction, general contracting, construction management, and design-build. Mortenson’s development services include feasibility analysis, financing and ownership, site acquisition, project planning, project implementation, and property and facility management.
Mortenson’s Milwaukee office has been a staple in the Milwaukee community for 25 years and has built landmark projects such as 1000 N Water Street, Kilbourn Tower, and the Harley-Davidson Museum, along with many high profile healthcare facilities for Froedtert Hospital such as their Clinical Cancer Center and current Center for Advanced Care. Currently, we are working with customers including Uline, Kohl’s, and S.C. Johnson. Mortenson’s Milwaukee operation employs more than 110 craftworkers and 100 professional team members. In addition to Milwaukee, Mortenson has offices in Madison, Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver, Iowa City, Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio, and Seattle with international operations in Canada. For more information, visit mortenson.com.
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