Miron Construction Co., Inc. recently welcomed five new team members to its corporate headquarters and yard.
Kacie Shull serves as a virtual construction specialist. She brings more than five years of experience in the virtual construction industry, most recently serving as a graduate teaching assistant, educating entry-level construction management students. Kacie received her bachelor’s degree in interior design from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and her master’s degree in construction management from Colorado State University. As a virtual construction specialist, she assembles 3D content, utilizes clash detection to resolve conflicts during building design and construction, and specializes in assisting marketing and business development with visualization material for presentations.
Chad Hanson serves as a technology support specialist. In his new role with Miron, Chad is responsible for providing help desk support, system documentation maintenance, and computer setup. He also serves as a backup network administrator. Chad has previous work experience in the construction field as a carpenter and in information technology as an IT support technician.
Michael Henckel was recently hired as a marketing coordinator. Michael brings more than 15 years of content development experience to his new role with Miron. Michael is responsible for assisting in the creation of project proposals, interview materials, advertisements, and other miscellaneous marketing materials. He received his bachelor’s degree from Silver Lake College, his master’s degree from DePaul University and continued his education in technical communications at Fox Valley Technical College.
Gabriella Recob serves as a project accountant. In her new role with Miron, she is responsible for processing billing transactions in support of construction projects, as well as keeping project insurance current, monitoring project modification pricing, tracking and confirming labor rates, advantage purchasing, and other duties as assigned. Gabriella received her Bachelor of Arts in economics and communication from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Phillip Johnson was hired as a driver for warehouse operations. Phillip comes to Miron with more than 15 years of experience in the construction industry and four years as a professional driver. Phillip received his education from Fox Valley Technical College. He is responsible for driving trucks for Miron’s warehouse operations and making deliveries of materials, equipment, and tools needed to facilitate construction efforts by field operations.