SEATTLE – Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, announces the return of Tony Stewart as the Vice President of Design Construction Integration for the company’s operations in Seattle.
Prior to transitioning to the Vice President-in-Charge of Design Construction Integration, Stewart spent 12 years at Skanska on the executive team where he oversaw the business development operations for the Northwest. Following that, he played integral roles on executive teams at McKinstry and the Northwest division of Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty company. Having spent ten years with NBBJ, Stewart has an extensive background in architecture that he brings to his new role and design-build projects.
“As a seasoned architect, Tony will use his experience to integrate the creative design process with our construction solution to deliver the best possible results to clients” said Skanska Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin McCain. “He embodies our commitment to constant innovation and sustainable practices, not only for our construction projects, but for the Pacific Northwest community.”
Stewart’s return as a leader of Skanska’s design construction integration team will prove to be an exceptional fit and incredible asset. His capacity to increase value for customers and design professionals, along with his ability to elevate the Skanska experience, ensures that Skanska serves its Pacific Northwest clients and community to the best of its abilities.
About Skanska USA
Skanska USA is one of the largest, most financially sound construction and development companies in the U.S., serving a broad range of clients including those in transportation, power, industrial, water/wastewater, healthcare, education, sports, data centers, government, aviation and commercial. Headquartered in New York with offices in 31 metro areas, we have more than 10,000 employees committed to being leaders in safety, project execution, sustainability, ethics and people development. In 2016, our work in building construction, civil and power/industrial construction, commercial development and infrastructure development (public-private partnerships) generated $6.8 billion in revenue. Global revenue of parent company Skanska AB, headquartered in Stockholm and listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, totaled $17.7 billion in 2016. Skanska shares are publicly traded in the U.S. on the OTC market under the symbol SKBSY through a Level I American Depository Receipt program.