Miron Construction Co., Inc. is proud to announce that Ed Green, general superintendent, and Stan Harmsen, senior steel and precast estimator, have been named to The Daily Reporter’s 2021 Icons of Construction list and Collin Zuehlke, project manager, was named to the Rising Young Professionals list. These lists are comprised of career-long standouts with more than 15 years of experience in building and maintenance of construction and related fields, along with those who have less than eight years of experience.
Miron’s resident senior steel and precast estimator has been named a 2021 Icon of Construction. This awards program honors those with more than 15 years of experience who have helped to build and maintain excellence in construction and related fields.
Described as positive, laid back, and extremely knowledgeable by his coworkers, Stan is able to rely on his gut as well as his years of experience to work efficiently while always maintaining a calm presence. What sets him apart is his willingness to work with and teach young construction professionals about all aspects of a project, arming the next generation with vital skills and experience. Watch Stan’s award video from the virtual event here.
Closing in on five decades of working in the construction industry – first as a carpenter, then superintendent and finally as a general superintendent – there isn’t much Ed Green hasn’t seen. His 43-year career has given him a front-row seat to tremendous company growth as well as an extraordinary perspective that he shares with everyone around him.
Ed’s colleagues speak about how his keen insight influences everything he does: approaching a difficult situation, viewing jobsite conditions, guiding team members in finding the right decision, or actively mentoring the superintendents and craftspeople he oversees. It is this rich understanding of the people and processes behind the company that make Ed an Icon of Construction. Watch Ed’s award video from the virtual event here.
Collin was recently honored as a Rising Young Professional through The Daily Reporter. This annual event celebrates those in the industry with less than eight years of experience. Collin’s drive, adaptability, and willingness to take on new challenges makes him an invaluable asset to Miron. As stated by Miron’s director of masonry and general superintendent, masonry, “Collin has a great future ahead of him. We have never met a young gentleman that is as professional as he is at this age. Collin is kind, eager, knowledgeable, and has a great future in becoming a leader for Miron!” Click here to view Collin’s award video from the virtual event.
To see the full list of 2021 Icons in Construction and Rising Young Professionals lists, click here.