Findorff’s talented people play a significant role in the Company’s success, both on the job and in the community. We are proud to announce several promotions of four new Senior Project Managers:
- Dave Chmielewski: Dave brings over a decade of experience to his new role as a Senior Project Manager. He has been involved with several notable projects in the Madison area. They include multiple buildings for Epic Systems Corporation, plus UW-Madison‘s Chazen Art Museum addition and Gordon Commons Dining & Events Center. Dave is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. During his free time, Dave enjoys attending Badger football games and other UW-Madison athletic events to support his alma mater. He also has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and Hammer with a Heart. Dave lives in Madison with his wife Jaime, and children Malorie and Audrey.
- Steve Gay: As part of Steve’s 20-year career, he has been greatly involved with Findorff’s educational projects. He has managed construction efforts for various school districts, including those for DeForest, Juda, McFarland, and Oregon. Steve was also part of the team to rebuild the University of Iowa’s School of Music after serious flooding destroyed the original facility. Steve additionally serves as an AGC Leadership Representative, plus coaches his boys’ baseball and soccer teams. Outside of work, he enjoys having fun outdoors with his family. He currently resides in DeForest with his wife Brooke, and children Jack and Luke.
- Matt Stadelman: Having worked in construction for nearly 10 years, Matt’s career is comprised of several major projects. These include the School of Nursing at UW-Madison, Edgewater Hotel, and Oregon School District. He has even crossed the border into gopher territory to help manage the construction of Hub on Campus – Minneapolis, a 26-story residence hall near the University of Minnesota. Matt is also a registered LEED® Green Associate. He enjoys spending time outdoors, working on home projects, and serving as a Rosenberry Ambassador for the United Way. Matt currently resides in Cottage Grove with his wife Nikky.
- Aaron Zutz: With 9 years of experience working in construction management, Aaron is a LEED Accredited Professional and has been involved with a variety of projects. Most recently, he has had a growing role in managing the construction of educational facilities. They include several buildings for the DeForest Area and Middleton-Cross Plains Area School Districts, plus the upcoming new Verona Area High School. Aaron resides in Madison and enjoys running, camping, and woodworking.
Congratulations Dave, Steve, Matt, and Aaron on your well-deserved promotions!