CRB Expands Builders Group in Central Region

CRB Expands Builders Group in Central Region

Aug 24, 2015

CRB has welcomed six new hires to its Builders Group in the central region: David Martin, Sr. Project Manager; Steve Gregory, Construction Manager; Matthew Hottelman, Project Controls; Shawn Free, Superintendent; and John Rinehart, Safety Manager.
“It is an honor to announce the hiring of such a diverse and talented group of construction professionals. As CRB team members, their valuable contributions will further CRB’s ability to successfully deliver the highest standards of quality, efficiency and safety for our clients’ construction projects,” said Russ Sheppard, CRB Builders Regional Leader.

David Martin, Senior Project Manager, joins CRB with more than 25 years of experience managing construction projects for manufacturing, distribution and commercial clients throughout the United States. He possesses a Bachelor of Science from Louisiana State University and expertise in planning, risk-assessment, estimating, value-engineering and site feasibility.

Steven Gregory joins CRB as Construction Manager. Steven has 39 years of experience in construction management. His extensive experience includes planning, estimating and piping design.

Matthew Hottelman joins CRB with more than seven years of experience, specializing in project controls and scheduling. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Missouri State University.

Shawn Free joins CRB as a Superintendent with 20 years of industry experience in running day-to-day operations on construction sites and controlling short-term schedules.

Lee Noel, Superintendent, brings more than 30 years of experience in general contracting and construction management for the pharmaceutical, industrial, educational and commercial industries.

John Rinehart, CHST, brings 33 years of experience working in the construction industry to his role as Safety Manager at CRB. John understands the changes in safety culture that are required to reduce accidents and lost-time injuries. He is a certified Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST).

CR Expands Post August 2015