Dana B.

General Foreman

I began my career in construction seventeen years ago as a union carpenter apprentice. I found myself excited to learn more about the industry, mostly because I loved the math, the layout, the skills, the relations, and the coordination involved in building a building. I have worked on projects such as the Gopher’s TCF Stadium, A-Mill complex, hospitals, restaurants, retail, theaters, offices, housing, and more. I found my goals realized first in a lead lay-out position, then as a carpenter foreman, and now working with the best team in the business!

It is very important to me that the end user of the space, the designers, and construction team are happy with the end product and the experience that they had with the construction project.  It is my goal to have everyone involved have fun during the construction project and enjoy the process and procedures. Seeing an end product with top-notch finishes and the way everything flows together in tenant improvement projects is what I enjoy the most.

Little Known Facts:

I enjoy my life outside of work with my wife and my two young boys. We look forward to ice skating and skiing together in the winter and hiking, swimming and camping in the Spring, Summer and Fall. We also appreciate the food options that living in the great city of Minneapolis gives us on a Friday night!