October 13, 2020 8:00 am
The Subcontractor in DB – Roles, Responsibility and Successful Timelines
Join us while we talk to a Mechanical, and Electrical and a Framing Sub-Contractor about their role in the design build process. What is their role as part of the construction team? When is the best time to integrate them? What drawings do they collaborate with and how can they help the design team achieve their goals. The panelists will do short presentations and then we will open for questions from the public. This is a virtual event via Zoom.
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Presenters: Kurt Hamilton, Creighton Kearns & Greg Mercurio
Kurt Hamilton – Cherry City Electric
Bio: Bachelor’s Degree from University of Oregon. Started with Cherry City Electric in 1989
Design assist projects include: OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building, Salem Hospital A2 Tower, Fourth and Montgomery Building, Unity Behavioral Health, KPB Infrastructure Upgrades
Creighton Kearns, P.E. – Total Mechanical, Inc. is a licensed professional engineer with a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He currently is in the position of Vice President / Engineering Manager of Total Mechanical (TMI). Before joining TMI in 2011, Creighton was principal and senior engineer at Portland’s Interface Engineering and co-owner of DuPont Engineering, specializing in Health Care, Laboratory and Central Plant design. He has practiced engineering on the design and construction side in the Portland market for 28 years.
Greg Mercurio – Western Partitions, Inc. has over 10 years of experience as a structural engineer throughout the west coast. His prior experiences include the design of concrete towers, steel office buildings, wood residential apartments, and light gauge metal framing. He recently joined Western Partitions, Inc (WPI) in 2020 to lead the Engineering and Design Department. At WPI Greg brings forth innovative, cost-effective designs while building connections with each of the company’s regional offices. Together, Greg and WPI have advanced WPI’s capabilities for prefabricated building components.