Innovative and self motivated Construction Project Manager adept at finding engaging ways to motivate construction teams to exceed expectations and maintain high standards. Lives by the mottoes, "Think Outside of the Box." and “Prioritize people over tasks.”
Elementary School #1 - $18.2 Million
Elementary School #2 - $15.5 Million
Elementary School #3 - $16.5 Million
Project Management Professional (PMP)® - License 2275004- Nov. 2018/Nov. 2021
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