As President of Bristlecone Construction, Kevin oversees the company’s strategic vision and manages overall risk for Bristlecone and its partners.
Kevin has been in the construction industry for 13 years on projects ranging in scope from $3mm to over $300mm. His responsibilities have ranged from field supervision to project engineering. He has worked on design/build projects across the United States with some of the most stringent safety and quality requirements in the industry; most recently as project engineer on the US36 Concession Project in Colorado, a Public Private Partnership between CDOT, RTD, and Plenary Roads Denver.
Past clients include: Cities of Broomfield, Westminster, Boulder, Superior, Louisville, Shell Oil, Army Corps of Engineers, VDOT, CDOT, TXDOT, CTRMA, Kaiser/HILL, Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Rocky Flats, US Department of Defense, and the US Department of Fish and Wildlife.
He has extensive experience in the management of self-perform and subcontracted field activities, coordination of private/public utilities, soils investigations, design/build project delivery method, change management, building and managing design/construction schedules, estimating design and construction costs, and navigating the requirements of State and Local government entities.
Kevin graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in Construction management. Additionally, Kevin has graduated from the Construction Management Institute at Virginia Tech.