Firm adds experienced leader and fresh, young talent to its workforce.
March 5, 2018 — Absher Construction Company is growing its project management teams, in support of numerous complex projects around the Puget Sound.
Noel James has been hired as a project manager and will be working on the new Tacoma Town Center project. James has spent the last 28 years working in the Seattle-area market on a wide variety of projects ranging from $20 million to over $70 million, including industrial, commercial, multi-family residential and hospitality projects. Noel graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology and Construction Management from Eastern Washington University.
Hanna Tania, new project engineer at Sound Transit N160 Northgate Link Extension, has spent five years in property management, with the past three focused increasingly in architectural design. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Design from the University of Washington, where she is currently finishing her Master of Science in Construction Management. A highly involved member of the community, Tania has volunteered her time and creative talents to local cultural and religious organizations.
Rachel Knudson joined Absher as a project engineer on the Olympic Middle School Reconstruction project in Auburn. She brings ten years of experience to her role, most recently working on civil, foundation, transmission line and installation trades in Minnesota’s energy market. A Washington native, Knudson received her Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Central Washington University.
About Absher Construction Company
With headquarters in Puyallup, Washington, Absher Construction Company is a diverse construction organization, providing a complete range of preconstruction and construction services to private and public clients in the government, educational, multi-unit residential, hospitality, transit, commercial and recreational markets. For more information, please contact Dan Absher at 253.845.9544 or visit www.AbsherCo.com.