Excellent customer service comes naturally to Cassie, who approaches every task with a can-do attitude. As Executive Administrator, she enjoys working with people that encourage her and test her limits but allow her to have fun along the way. She manages her time—and many others’—with extraordinary ease and keeps things running like a well-oiled machine. Outside the office, you’ll find Cassie hiking, exploring the city, and when the sun comes out, boating on Lake Washington—all with her husband and pups by her side.
Noah started his construction career in 2007 first as a Laborer and then a Finish Carpenter before earning a BS in Construction Management from Washington State University. He also holds a Real Estate Development Certificate from the University of Washington. After joining GLY in 2014, he worked primarily on commercial office projects before becoming a Project Manager on our Interiors + Special Projects team [ISP]. His unique background gives him the ability to understand every aspect of a project regardless of size or scope. He is always up for a challenge—just ask him about his latest extreme ironing endeavor.
Mohammed’s building career began in the United Arab Emirates where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the American University of Sharjah. He worked on several projects in the area ranging between mixed use, commercial and infrastructure sectors. Mohammed is an intrinsically detail-oriented team-player, and always emphasizes proactive planning on his projects. He exercises these same skills on the field while playing his favorite sport: soccer!
A Colorado native, Candace obtained her law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. After Hurricane Katrina, she found good prospects out West practicing construction law – making her a valuable asset to our risk management team.
Katie ventured west from Missoula, Montana to attend Central Washington University where she majored in recreation and tourism and played softball. We love having a ringer on the GLY softball team! When she’s not managing the books for GLY projects she likes to golf, hike, go wine tasting, and watch the Mariners. Her bucket list includes a trip to every MLB stadium, minus Yankee Stadium.
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It’s no wonder that Laura’s passion is helping people find their potential. She’s worked hard to creatively forge her own career path and achieve her goals. She is active in a number of industry groups and peer networks focused on green building and leads GLY’s internal sustainability efforts. Her background as a Project Manager allows her to connect with clients and project teams to drive sustainability project goals while keeping budget and schedule at the forefront. Laura brings her love of responsible practices [and infectious good spirits] to every project.
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René’s background in construction management and architecture provide her with a fluency in both languages, adding value to each of her projects through this diverse perspective and the ability to see the bigger picture. She is highly detail-oriented, an eager learner, and always emphasizes the importance of staying in close communication. After work, you can find René hiking, painting or drawing, or playing softball and flag football.
Ted Herb joined GLY in 1987 as a Project Engineer, rising to Vice President of Operations by 2008, and has served as President since 2016. Today, as both President and CEO, he brings a sincere understanding of the diverse skills and perspectives that contribute to successful project delivery at every level within the general construction industry. In addition to leading numerous projects that help shape the story of the City of Bellevue’s growth, including Lincoln Square real estate development projects and Overlake Hospital’s expansions, he has played a pivotal role in shaping the company’s cultural focus on safety and continuous improvement. Ted has always demonstrated a deep empathy for the welfare of everyone on his project team, and tirelessly advocates for work/life balance and professional opportunity at GLY.