We’re resourceful, reliable, and highly skilled
Greenberry is built on a foundation of reliability, trust, and hard work. At our core, every employee, from our highly skilled, multi-disciplined craftspeople to our knowledgeable, experienced managers, has earned trust and credibility through their problem-solving skills and initiative. This approach, along with an overall company focus on excellence and safety, leads to consistent client praise and shining endorsements. We’re proud to have an amazing team of talented, resourceful employees.
Barry Leavitt joins Greenberry as a Project Engineer in our Cut Bank, MT facility.
Greenberry adds Patrick McGinley as VP Canadian Operations. Pat brings 25+ years of experience in construction operations for industrial facilities within the energy, oil and gas, and pulp and paper sectors. Pat will be based in our Edmonton regional office.
Greg Toy has joined Greenberry as VP of Organizational Development. Greg is a veteran of the industrial construction world, with experiences ranging from business development, human resources management, and organizational management. Greg was previously the executive director of the Northwest Construction Consumers’ Council.
Anders Wick has been promoted from Project Estimator to Project Engineer.
Greenberry added Jon Jordan as a Senior Project Manager in our Northern Washington region.
Greenberry added Denise Farmer to its P6 Scheduling/Cost Controls team.
Bruce Ostrowski has joined Greenberry as a Regional QA Manager in our Northern Washington Region.
Richard Edwards has joined Greenberry’s P6 Scheduling/Cost Controls team.
Greenberry added Fred Clingman as a Fabrication Project Manager/Estimator.
Greenberry added Darrel Luke as a Senior Project Engineer.
Greenberry added Tony Poppe as a Fabrication Project Manager.
Greenberry added Matt Hurych as an Estimator.
Jason Smith joins Greenberry as Electrical Division Manager.
Greenberry adds Jeff Harper as Senior Manager. Jeff brings more than 20 years of experience in heavy civil and marine construction.
Randy Evenson, a 25-year industrial construction veteran, joins Greenberry as Corporate Safety Manager.
Greenberry adds Pam Churchill as Controller.
Richard Bruijn has been promoted to Pipe Shop Foreman at our Ferndale, WA fabrication facility.
Greenberry adds Dan Rubin as Sales & Marketing Manager. Dan brings 20 years of experience in B2B marketing, sales and business development.
Greenberry adds Brett Waller and Robert Lee as Project Engineers.
Greenberry adds Mike Schnepp to its safety team.
Justin Brunelle has been promoted to Shop Foreman at our Ferndale, WA fabrication facility.
Greenberry adds Colin Diggs and Toby Wadsworth (Project Engineers) and Seth Quinby (Shop Manager).
Greenberry adds Tom Howell as Construction Manager.
Greenberry adds Denny Delano and Richard Murphy to their safety team.
Greenberry adds Todd Tunison as Superintendent.
Greenberry adds Dennis Weaver (Nuclear Project Manager) and Mark Stapleton (Nuclear Project Engineer). Both have an extensive nuclear background.
Greenberry adds Tammy Bass as Accounting Manager. Tammy brings over 20 years of industry experience in finance, accounting, and is active in the Construction Financial Management Association.
Greenberry promotes Tim Thoming and Eli Chisholm to Project Managers.
Greenberry adds Rodney Billinghurst, and Cory Smith as project engineers.
Greenberry adds Desiree Ropel as Site Safety Representative/Engineer. Desiree, a Graduate of University of Washington and Naval Officer, brings extensive industrial site safety experience.
Greenberry adds Sterling Simmons, Cory Smith, Colin Diggs, Toby Wadsworth and Shawn Kitchin as Project Engineers.
Greenberry adds Jim Grabski as Chief Financial Officer. Jim brings over 20 years of industry experience in senior level finance, accounting, and business management process.
Greenberry adds Brian Webb as Project Manager.
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