DENVER (July 21, 2014) — RJM Construction, a Denver general contractor, has recently hired several new field employees, including Rolen London and Chris Nitchoff as superintendents, A.J. Sack as foreman and Anthony Cortez as carpenter.
As superintendents, London and Nitchoff will oversee and coordinate construction projects, subcontractors, material deliveries, safety and quality control. London has more than 20 years of experience in construction and carpentry, and most recently worked for a local general contractor. He received his journeyman certificate from the Associated General Contractors of America. Nitchoff is a 14-year construction veteran, and most recently worked for a local general contractor. He attended Mesa State College in Grand Junction, and has completed OSHA 40-hour training.
As foreman, Sack will supervise all job site personnel and manage field costs as well as maintain equipment, on-site records, safety and quality control. Sack brings seven years of construction experience, most recently working for a local general contractor.
As carpenter, Cortez will perform finish carpentry for the team and help bring projects to completion. Most recently working for a local general contractor, he has more than ten years of experience in commercial construction, including new buildings and remodels. Cortez was part of the Colorado Carpenters Statewide Apprenticeship and Training Committee, where he obtained his journeyman carpenter license. He attended Metro State University in Denver and Front Range Community College in Westminster.
About RJM Construction
RJM Construction has been providing general contracting services since 1981. Headquartered in Minneapolis, with offices in Denver and Phoenix, RJM has more than 150 specialized staff members and an annual construction volume of approximately $200 million. RJM delivers on clients’ vision in ground-up construction, interior remodeling and long-term project planning. For more information, visit rjmconstruction.com or follow on Twitter at @rjmconstruction.