Senior Project Manager
Principal+Senior Project Manager
Director of Business Development
A Bellevue native, Cameron built the foundation for his career through several internships at GLY and earning a BS in Construction Management from Weber State University. His project experience thus far has focused on downtown Bellevue, including the Lincoln Square Expansion and West Main mixed use development. Off the jobsite, he’s an avid outdoorsman – hunting, fishing, skiing, and backpacking – and volunteering as a member of the King County Search and Rescue team. He recently stepped up to serve on the Coal Creek YMCA board of advisors.
Stephen is one of our Interiors + Special Projects [ISP] team leaders, overseeing renovation and tenant improvement work in multiple market sectors. He is an ASHE Certified Healthcare Constructor and holds a BS in Construction Management from Central Washington University. With GLY since 2018, he is known for his high energy and ability to juggle multiple commitments with ease while still making time to mentor and guide others. He is an active member of the Puyallup community who enjoys spending time with family exploring the outdoors.
LEED Green Associate
A Northwest native who embodies every aspect of GLY’s collaborative, community-centered approach, Bryan provides leadership on projects in the heart of thriving residential, educational, and corporate campuses that are fully occupied during construction. His unique skills, personality, and temperament make him ideally suited to work within occupied settings to safely and expediently deliver new construction nestled in with renovated spaces. When he’s not building with Legos under his two young sons’ supervision, you can find him chasing a black and white ball around a field.
Always on the go, Bryce is involved in numerous industry organizations, extraordinary community service efforts, and he manages some of GLY’s larger projects. Bryce focuses on relationships, costs, and schedules—moving the team forward at a faster rate while keeping a watchful eye on design intent, sustainability, and life cycle goals. Along with his wife and son, he enjoys skiing, biking, searching for new and unusual places.
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.
Andrea earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania before heading west. Prior to joining GLY in 2020, she spent 12 years managing projects for Seattle’s leading healthcare providers, which continues to be her focus. A strong dedication to understanding client goals is paramount in Andrea’s approach to her role; this approach is what makes Andrea well-known for her time management, integrity, and discipline—qualities she also brings home with her as she coaches CrossFit and raises two busy children.
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.