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Carl Shields Earns CMC

Project Manager Carl Shields has earned the designation of Certified Construction Manager (CCM) issued by the Construction Manager Certification Institute (CMCI), an independent arm of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). The CCM is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and it is considered to be the gold standard of certifications for the construction industry. For additional information about the CMAA and the Construction Management credentialing process, visit cmaanet.org/certification.

Christina Gonzales – New Admin. Assistant

Christina Gonzales recently joined E.T. Gresham as an Administrative Assistant, responsible for supporting project managers and estimators in our Construction Division. She holds a B.S. in Business Administration (BSBA) with a Major in Accounting from Holy Angel University in Angeles, Philippines and she has prior experience working in the construction industry. Outside of work, Christina is a music lover, foodie, and avid traveler. She enjoys visiting the many Philippine islands, saying, “If you ask me to spell FUN, I will spell BEACH!”

Gresham Gives Back – Toys for Tots 2020

2020 has been a challenge, and it seems we are all looking for bits of joy and hope wherever we can find them. This Christmas, we spread holiday cheer by donating to Toys for Tots—employees rallied to fill our lobby with lots of new, unwrapped toys for less fortunate children in Hampton Roads. This has been a dark year, and in Christmas, we find some light.

Happy Holidays, from your friends at E.T. Gresham!

Tony Griffin Promotion – General Superintendent

Tony Griffin has been promoted to General Superintendent for E.T. Gresham’s construction division. Tony has over 38 years of experience directing full scope construction projects for commercial, industrial, educational and government clients. His new responsibilities include overseeing the labor/equipment force, coordinating schedules with project managers and superintendents, training field crews to use project management software, and attending internal project turnover meetings.

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