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Construction Employment News: December 2022

Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.
December 12, 2022
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Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.

Frampton Construction Company

Frampton Construction Company, LLC, has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by the "Charlotte Business Journal." This is the third year in a row Frampton has been named on the list. The company ranked fifth out of 20 in the small business category with a score of 96.8%. Frampton is a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction and construction services.

Harkins Builders

Damion Pizarro, senior project manager for Harkins Builders, was appointed to lead the company’s new office in Richmond, Virginia. Pizarro will manage, develop, maintain and oversee all functions of assigned projects in the preconstruction, construction and post-construction phases for the new office.

JE Dunn Construction

Scott Shelby was named vice president and group manager for JE Dunn—a regional general contractor—and is responsible for overseeing high-level projects and managing the company’s strategic growth in the aviation, industrial and manufacturing market sectors.

JK2 Construction

Rick Amundson was named president and chief executive officer of JK2 Construction following former leader Paul Holmes’ retirement. Paul Holmes will remain a minor shareholder and have an advisory role in the company. In addition, Tucker Holmes was named vice president and chief operating officer, Brian Colville was named director of project management and Dan Shaffer was named director of preconstruction for the firm. Michael Holmes remains the company’s director of field operations. JK2 Construction is a family owned company specializing in design-build, commercial, retail, entertainment, restaurant, industrial and amenity projects.

Skanska USA

Joycelyn Yue was named national director of supplier diversity for Skanska USA’s building operations and will revitalize and sharpen the focus on the company’s leadership in the space. Skanska USA is a global construction and development firm.

Woolpert

Angie Perkins Haslam joined Woolpert as grants services manager, leading professional grant capabilities across the firm. Perkins Haslam has more than 15 years of experience in public planning and financial support, writing grants, grant reporting and management as well as conducting financial analyses to assist government clients in locating and securing millions of dollars to address community needs. Woolpert is an architecture, engineering, geospatial and strategic consulting firm.

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