Miron Construction Co., Inc. recently welcomed six new team members to its corporate headquarters and warehouse.
Robert Buchanan was hired in warehouse operations. In his new role, Buchanan will clean and detail Miron vehicles, as well as handle other warehouse operations duties as assigned. He has more than seven years of experience in the construction industry.
Sara Montonati serves as public relations specialist. In her role, Montonati is responsible for supporting internal and external public relations and communication efforts across all marketing channels. Her duties include media relations, content development, event planning assistance, internal communications, strategic corporate communications planning and more. Montonati brings more than eight years of public relations experience to her role. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Allison Plank serves as a project manager. In her role, she provides direct management of construction projects. Her duties include purchasing materials, creating project schedules, monitoring of and reporting on project financials, and cultivating relationships with clients. Plank brings more than six years of experience in the construction industry. She received her bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and an energy management certificate from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Christine Trudeau was hired as an accounts receivable professional. In her new role,Trudeau is responsible for a variety of accounting activities, including reviewing and entering pay applications, cash receipting, allocating costs, customer billings and more. She obtained her associate degree in banking and finance from Fox Valley Technical College and her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Lakeland College. She has more than three years of finance experience.
Bill Wildenberg serves as a project manager. In his role, Wildenberg provides direct management of construction projects. His duties include purchasing materials, creating project schedules, monitoring of and reporting on project financials, and cultivating relationships with clients. Wildenberg brings more than 10 years of experience in the construction industry. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in industrial management from the University of Wisconsin – Stout.
Kelly Wildenberg was hired as a business analysis manager. In her role, Wildenberg is responsible for creating a detailed business analysis and outlining opportunities and solutions for Miron’s accounting needs. She assists in the budget and forecasting process, develops financial reports and models, evaluates analytical statements, develops data metrics, and implements system software, process improvements and more. Wildenberg has more than 12 years of business analysis experience including more than two years of Computer Methods International Corp (CMiC) security experience. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. Norbert College.