I graduated from Colorado State University in 2013 with a degree in Construction Management and Spanish. After graduating from college, I spent three months in Argentina volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.
I have been with Mortenson Construction since 2011, and worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from hotels to office buildings to hospitals to flight training centers. I am currently working on the construction of a private school.
As a project manager for a general contractor, I work closely with the owner, project team, and subcontractors to deliver buildings on time, safely, and on budget.
I received my degree in Construction Management through the Boise State College of Engineering in 2012. My college years were spent volunteering for the Boise AGC Student Chapter where we planned and executed small construction projects throughout town, where my love for construction and interest in volunteering really developed.
I am currently in my 6th year with Mortenson construction where I am a Senior Project Engineer. My entire career has been spent on jobsites ranging from college football stadiums to hotels. At the end of 2017 I transferred from Arizona to Colorado with my family to continue my career in construction.
Working as a General Contractor, my job includes managing subcontractors, scheduling, safety/quality control and coordinating different construction elements as they are installed in the field.