Chambers Construction is pleased to announce updates to its leadership team — changes that will help poise the company for success as it looks to future growth.
Chris Boyum has been named Vice President. In this role, Boyum provides oversight for the company’s marketing and business development endeavors, as well as hiring, training and assigning project engineers to their respective jobs. Boyum has been with Chambers Construction for 17 years and has worked on some of Chambers Construction’s largest projects, including a $35 million residential/medical facility in Southern Oregon.
Frank Travis has been named Vice President of Field Operations. In this role, Travis oversees the company’s safety initiative and compliance activities, hires and supervises superintendents, insures there is adequate and properly trained employees for each project, and is responsible for quality control. Travis has been with Chambers Construction for 18 years and recently completed work on Homes for Good’s Market District Commons project in downtown Eugene.
Brian Erickson has been named Vice President of Preconstruction Services. In this role, Erickson uses his extensive expertise to oversee the company’s preconstruction activities on all projects, insuring estimating, scheduling, value engineering, and constructability reviews are in order for successful project completion. Erickson has been with Chambers Construction for 23 years and has worked on several complex projects, including seismic updates and renovations on historically significant buildings.
Boyum, Travis and Erickson will all continue as project managers for Chambers Construction along with these new roles.
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