- people on the move
Construction firm adds to team
A local construction firm has added three employees and promoted two others.
Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. said this week that it has hired Kyle Siegert, Doug Miller and Brent Rosema and promoted Kayla Cribley and Greg Nelson.
The firm said four of the five positions are new, in response to the 125-year-old firm's growth.
Hired as a project manager, Siegert has eight years of construction experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Lawrence Technological University.
Miller is a new project superintendent with six years of experience in the industry, including as a certified MDOT Density Control and Aggregate Technician. Miller is a 2012 graduate in construction management from Ferris State University.
With more than 24 years of commercial construction experience, Rosema joins O-A-K as a project superintendent. Along with being a journeyman boilermaker, he also has special credentials in MIG, TIG, stick welding and heavy rigging.
He’s a graduate of Tampa Technical Institute and Muskegon Community College.
Following her addition to the O-A-K team as a receptionist in January, Cribley has been promoted to project engineer to provide support to the project management department.
A construction management graduate of Ferris State University, Nelson interned with the company last summer before being promoted to full time this year. He’s now a project superintendent.