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Former RJM Interns Marlee Gartner and Bryce Kamenick Promoted to Project Manager Positions

August 23, 2021

Matt Buggi, Director of Project Management

I’m thrilled to announce that project engineers Marlee Gartner and Bryce Kamenick have both been promoted to well-deserved project manager positions. Both Marlee and Bryce have shown incredible commitment to their projects, their clients, and to living the RJM values. Additionally, they are testament to RJM’s internship program, which strives to mentor and prepare students for construction careers.

Marlee joined RJM as an intern in college and accepted a project engineer position upon her graduation. Throughout her internship experience and as a full-time employee, Marlee soon became known as willing to take on new challenges within her role, as well as elevating the culture within RJM by her volunteering and networking activities.  She has done a great job representing RJM to the community through her participation in industry organizations like MNCREW.  She does a great job of building our brand wherever she goes and continually striving for excellence on any task she takes on, even with her volunteer ski team coaching she does in her spare time. Marlee will continue to work on projects at Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital in the near-term, and will continue to take on greater responsibilities throughout the organization.

Bryce also started with RJM as an intern while attending St. Cloud State and, like Marlee, accepted a project engineer position upon his graduation.  From the start Bryce was  recognized for his attention to detail, ability to communicate effectively with both internal and external stakeholders, and he continues to be proactive in sharing his project insights and learnings with the entire RJM team. He quickly became a Viewpoint One subject matter expert in our office and graciously took on the responsibility of training others on this software.  Additionally, he volunteered to be a mentor for Alexus Jackson’s internship this summer, spending extra time making sure her workload was planned effectively and that our interns’ experiences are valuable.  Bryce will continue to work on his current Twin Cities Orthopedics projects and take on expanded responsibility with this client and with other initiatives in the office.

Please join me in congratulating both Marlee and Bryce!

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