Phoenix, Ariz. – Kitchell has added two new Project Directors to its arsenal of building professionals.
“These two professionals bring great depth of experience in sectors where we see tremendous growth and potential,” said Kitchell Contractors President Steve Whitworth. “The fact that they chose to move their careers to Kitchell speaks volumes about our culture and book of business, and we’re fortunate to have them as part of our team.”
Project Director Todd McMillen has worked on a wide range of projects in Arizona and on the East Coast for the past 35-plus years, including casino/hospitality, senior living facilities and public-sector projects in Massachusetts and Arizona. He is a Lean advocate who is well-known for his work on criminal justice facilities. One of his notable Arizona projects was the Maricopa County South Court Tower, a LEED Gold-certified building for which he served as senior project executive.
Project Director Brian Brown, a 32-year industry veteran, has overseen healthcare and higher education projects in San Diego and Tucson, most recently serving as project director for the Banner University Medical Center Replacement Hospital. His projects have been recognized with the ACG Constructor Award for Excellence in Project Management. Brown received his degree in civil engineering from San Diego State University. He is a member of the Southern Arizona Leadership Council and the Arizona Builders Association.
Kitchell offers a wide array of services from development and program management to construction and facility management. Founded in 1950 as a modest family-owned construction company, today the employee-owned company manages projects from seven offices around the country and is consistently ranked as one of the top commercial builders both regionally and nationally. Kitchell offers expertise in hospitality, healthcare, corrections, gaming, utility, multifamily, renewable energy, retail, performing arts, custom homes and academia. Learn more at www.kitchell.com.