New Faces and New Roles at Sineath Construction
You may have noticed over the past several weeks that our team has grown. From our perspective, our biggest asset is our people. We are intentional in building a work environment where the employees are appreciated, where they want to go to work and where our staff can grow as individuals and as a team.
We are so fortunate to have added new employees as well as creating a new role that allows for more strategic growth.
Ed Dgien, a 30-year construction industry veteran, transitioned to a new role as production manager. He is now responsible for overseeing our field managers and ensuring projects stay on schedule and are completed to our rigorous and high standards. You’ll often see him on job sites, and he’s in regular communication with customers, subcontractors, and vendors to ensure our projects meet our quality and production goals.
Alex Seller came to us after spending 20 years in the construction industry. As a field manager, Alex is responsible for managing all aspects of the jobsite and ensuring the project is completed to plans and specifications that meet Sineath Construction’s high standard for quality and craftsmanship. Alex holds a Bachelor of Construction Management and an Associates in Architectural Technology.
We also added Mark Garrison, level 3 carpenter, to our carpentry team. Mark’s been with us for a few weeks now, and part of what he enjoys about working at Sineath Construction is doing something different every day. He’s getting up to speed on our high standards, and we’re looking forward to watching him grow and hone his skills.