We are pleased to announce the promotions of three of our staff members to Senior Project Managers! Here’s a little bit of background info on John, Courtney, and Nate.
John Berkebile: Since joining Donley’s in 2002, John Berkebile has worked on numerous higher education and healthcare projects for a variety of our clients. Most recently, he served as the project manager on CSU’s Center for Innovation in Medical Professions and the Health Education Campus project. As a key leader of the HEC team, John has routinely stepped up leading Initiatives such as our CM Quality Program, Lean, and CM Internal Training programs. He recently presented as part of a panel on Lean construction at the Lean Construction Institute.
Courtney Moore: Courtney joined Donley’s in 2011. Earlier in her career she worked in the housing construction marketing in California before migrating to Cleveland. Courtney’s portfolio of work at Donley’s has included the Cleveland Clinic Tomsich Pathology Laboratories, CWRU’s Tinkham Veale University Center, the Health Education Campus project, and she is currently providing job administrative and engineering set up on Ohio University’s HCOM project in Athens, Ohio. Her expertise in project financial cost control and subcontract administrative leadership have been extremely valuable on complex CM projects such as CWRU and HEC. Courtney has recently taken more of a leadership role in the CM group, co-chairing our Job Cost Meetings, and Beta testing Procore’s Construction Management Software on our Ohio University HCOM project.
Nate Heitner: Nate joined Donley’s as a Project Engineer in 2011 and became a project manager in 2014. His portfolio of Donley’s projects is quite diverse and includes MOCA Cleveland (new museum), CWRU Tinkham Veale, City of Akron Rack 14, Oatey’s headquarters, and the Summa West Bed Tower. Nate has provided expertise in Viewpoint and the standardization of our documentation process.