Senior Project Engineer
Senior Project Accountant
Principal+Senior Project Manager
LEED AP BD+C
Steve feels at home with just about everyone. In his view, working with field crews, subs, engineers, architects, clients and “our first-class teams” makes each day unique. His 25+ years with GLY encompasses a wide range of market sectors, from fast-paced, ground-up construction of new office buildings to roadway and utility projects, garage structures, and challenging phased renovation work for educational facilities. He delivers predictable results every time and cultivates a strong team atmosphere focused on quality and superb customer service. Besides loving his job, he’s an inspiring volunteer, mentor, football fan, outdoorsman and family man.
A Washington native with a Sociology degree from Washington State University, Jesus left the real estate industry for a career in construction. He loves all things media: film, TV, video games, and music. He makes a point of attending at least five concerts every year! He volunteers for local food banks and with Vote Save America, registering people to vote. Jesus says his favorite part of the job is observing how everyone works together to create amazing buildings in the Puget Sound Region.
Steven was on the move for much of his childhood. Born in Germany and raised in Texas, Colorado, Wyoming, and Washington, Steven learned to embrace new environments early on. He now thrives on meeting new people, leveraging the diversity among various backgrounds, and working together to find solutions. Steven earned a BS in Construction Management from Washington State University and now looks for opportunities to mentor college and high school students interested in a similar educational and career path. When the sun breaks through, he hops on his bike, works in the yard, plays football, and tries to improve his golf game.
LEED Green Associate
Brian’s 30+ year career includes many of GLY’s most recognizable healthcare projects. He will do whatever it takes to keep clients happy and is known to keep a stash of chocolate hard hats on hand for hospital staff just in case. If you’ve ever met Brian, you know he operates under the Golden Rule every single day, making him a favorite to work with. Brian spends many weekends looking for a thrill—from riding off road on the dunes with his wife and son to taking flight lessons—with no plans to slow down any time soon.
Erik uses his extensive engineering background to assist with integrating mechanical systems into new and existing buildings. With many years of designing mechanical systems under his belt, he’s proven to be an invaluable asset at GLY—specializing in complex commercial, industrial, medical and biotech projects. Erik previously lived in Colorado, where he developed an obsession for mountain biking. Now racing competitively, he and his family own 12 bikes, living the principle that the correct amount of bikes to own is n+1, with n being the amount of bikes they currently own.
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.
With over 25 years of experience, Tyler delivers some of GLY’s most complex projects. His background in engineering, a number of certifications, ongoing industry education, and a full spectrum of market sectors on his resume bring a blend of professional knowledge and building capabilities that are ideal for highly technical projects. His approach? A balance of strong leadership and communication.
Jeff has award-winning attention to detail—literally—he was once recognized for creating the longest RFI ever written by a Project Engineer. Despite a background in design, which includes a BA in Architectural Studies from the University of Washington, Jeff discovered an organizer and planner role fit him best, so he turned his focus to managing the construction process. He joined GLY in 2006, applying his dual strengths in design and project management to our healthcare and life science projects. Away from work, Jeff enjoys playing basketball, running, and hiking with his family.