Since joining Mortenson in 2011, Alex has established an expansive career, gaining project experience in a variety of market sectors, from complex sports facilities to high-rise commercial buildings. In his current role as project manager, Alex serves as a key point of contact for our customers, trade partners, and other stakeholders throughout construction. Alex is a champion of safety and quality, managing the day-to-day operations on site, leading project meetings, and coordinating site communication amongst craft team members. His focus on exceptional customer service and outstanding use of expertise, ingenuity, and relationship-building has earned Alex three different Pinnacle Awards throughout his career. Alex earned his first 'Exceptional People' Pinnacle Award for his work on the Amalie Arena Renovation project in 2011 at the start of his career. He later earned the 'Ingenuity' and 'Expertise Pass-it-on' Pinnacle Awards for his contribution to the Penn State - Pegula Ice Arena and Penn State - Intramurals Athletics Building Addition in 2014. He is also an active member of the Mortenson subcontractor relationship committee.
Alex enjoys getting in early and being a part of the fast-paced process of off-season construction. He loves tackling the bulk of upfront work throughout the pre-construction process and collaborating with staff and maintenance to outline strategic plans for success, especially for renovation projects. Alex thrives working one-on-one with customers to achieve scope and budget alignment for their concepts.
Prior to joining Seattle, Alex was focused with Mortenson's Sports and Entertainment Group, managing the construction of significant regional projects, including the Chase Center and Climate Pledge Arena. Currently, he is an active project manager on Four106, a 21-story office tower project site in Bellevue, WA, where he plays a pivotal role in the ongoing construction process.
Alex earned his BS in Construction Management from Colorado State University. When not on-site, Alex can be found boating with his family or hiking with his dog, Henry.