Brien’s business experience began in 2006 with Skanska USA Building while being enrolled in the Construction Management and Finance degree programs at Washington State University. He continues today as part of our team involved in some of the company’s most complex and fast-paced projects.
Joe is a leader in construction safety. He manages Auburn’s safety program, which includes being onsite and conducting safety inspections, leading safety orientations, and training. He oversees coordination with subcontractors to ensure their employees are working safe, meeting the contract requirements, and monitoring workers and supervisors to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
Samarah has 10 years of industry experience and has been with Auburn since 2013. She calculates project costs in conjunction with the overall design objectives of the project. During construction, she will serve as an expense-tracking resource to ensure directives and decision making benefit from real-time construction cost estimating and big-picture financial understanding.
Randy has worked on a wide variety of projects including, University of Washington Husky Stadium, 400 Dexter Shell and Core, Continental Mills Headquarters, and the Naval Fleet Region Readiness Center. He brings extensive experience in HVAC, piping, and plumbing design. With over 10 years in the industry, he has engineered numerous projects ranging from laboratory exhaust fans to VRF to central plant two-pipe changeover systems. He provides knowledge in code regulations and intent, and industry design standards.
Justin is Auburn’s Construction Division Manager. He is responsible for managing and supporting project managers, implementing and improving processes, and providing input on short and long-term strategic goals.
Prior to Auburn Mechanical, Stephanie was the controller at an underground-power cable-rejuvenation company since its founding in 2003.
Auburn Mechanical has hired Stephanie Andersen as chief financial officer. CFO is a new position for Auburn Mechanical and is an important step forward as the company continues to anticipate steady growth throughout the next several years. Stephanie is responsible for overseeing Auburn Mechanical’s financial strategy, as well as managing the day-to-day activities of the Finance/Accounting, Human Resources, and IT departments.
“My philosophy as CFO is to be the champion of responsible, profitable growth while recognizing that people are the driving force behind a company’s success,” said Stephanie.
This mixed-use project included the construction of affordable housing for studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments. The roof is unique in that it includes a unique community space with dog-friendly amenities. Auburn Mechanical provided mechanical, plumbing, gas, and boiler services on the project.
Helios is a 400-unit, 40-story apartment building in Seattle. The base of the tower features retail space with the podium of the tower facilitating four floors of above-grade parking located right above the retail level. Auburn Mechanical’s scope of work included design-build and plumbing.
The Kaiser Permanente facility in Burien is a design-build, plumbing and HVAC project that included the new ground-up construction of a single-story, 23,000-SF medical office building. Mechanical work was completed for the labs, pharmacy, imaging, procedure rooms, exam rooms, offices, and common spaces. The scope consisted of a sanitary waste/vent, storm drain, variable-refrigerant-flow (VRF) system, domestic water systems, natural gas, exhaust, and associated ductwork.