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Exciting Announcements about new Managerial Responsibilities and Changes

As a small business, Semper Tek is fortunate to have such incredibly talented and intelligent people working in every aspect of our business.  There are large businesses and corporations who have not amassed the caliber of individuals as we have been able to in our nine years of operation.

Our firm has seen significant growth in the last couple of years. Recently we expanded operations and opened a new office in Valdosta, GA, to focus additional efforts on opportunities in the Georgia and North Florida areas. Mr. Santiago Iturralde, Southeast Vice President, will lead our efforts to facilitate a competitive approach in this area.

Our corporate office in Lexington, KY is also making some changes within our senior management team to better define roles and responsibilities. Our goal is to utilize the expertise of each of our senior managers so that we can excel and provide the best level of service in each area of our business to our clients. This new management approach will make our firm stronger and better equipped for continued growth.

Jason Brinkmoeller has been promoted to Senior V.P. and will continue to be responsible for field operations. In addition to the operations side, Jason will assume overall responsibility and over site of our corporate safety program, and project scheduling procedures.

Eric Boursaw is taking on a new role as General Superintendent. He will be assisting Jason Brinkmoeller in the management of our field operations.  In this role, Eric will assist the onsite field managers and PM’s with technical issues, project scheduling issues, project resource needs and cost control.

In addition to heading up our Southeast office, Santiago Iturralde will be assuming corporate over site of our business development and marketing operations. Additionally, with his experience and education as a professional Architect, he will have primary responsibility for the coordination and design quality control for our future design/build projects.

Van Jenkins is being promoted to Vice President and will have over site for all pre-construction services including estimating, pre-construction deliverables’ and our corporate quality control program. In addition, he will be responsible for project budget and cost control procedures and implementation.

As the Corporate Business Manager, Emily Jenkins will continue to have over site of Human Resources, Accounting, and IT functions at the corporate level. She will also assist the Southeast office with implementation of administrative processes.

Scott Matheny, President, will continue to have overall responsibility for corporate finances, strategic partnerships/planning, and project/program risk analysis. Scott will also be focus more of his time on client, partnership and vendor relations.

Each member of our Semper Tek team is a valuable asset and is directly responsible for the growth that our firm has experienced in our first nine years. We are thankful that we remain a small business so that we are able to fluidly make adjustments like the ones we are announcing today. We are constantly focused on being the best so that we can fulfill our company philosophy of excellent customer service, on-time and in-budget project delivery, and a high-quality finished product.

 


Semper Tek employee goes “above and beyond” for a Lexington Veteran

Semper Tek, Inc. is fortunate to be able to perform multiple construction and renovations projects for the VanRJenkinsDepartment of Veterans Affairs.  As a Services Disabled Veterans Owned firm it is very important and dear to us to be able to construct buildings and facilities improvements that will aide in the care of those who have sacrificed so much.  Our passion for providing quality project and service to others runs deep within our employees, as is exemplified in this story below:

Van Jenkins is our firm’s Senior Estimator and Project Manager. He has been managing a project we are performing for the Lexington VA Leestown Campus for the past several months. He is not a veteran himself. He is an excellent man and just the type of representative that our firm is extremely proud to have. Please read this letter below which was written by the Contracting Officer Representative at the Leestown VA about Van’s compassion and performance.

Ms. Metcalf,
It is not often that I have the opportunity to boast about a contractor that has gone “above and beyond” their line of duty and responsibility, however, I feel extremely compelled and proud to endorse this letter to you today.
As I am sure you are aware, the smoke shelter is about to open in its new location and the transition phase of demolition of the old shelter is about to begin. During this morning’s walkthrough with the general contractor, an elderly veteran sitting in a wheelchair asked if someone could push him back into the hospital. Before anyone could reply, myself included, the contractor spoke up without hesitation, “I would be happy to”!
As a veteran and VA employee, I felt extremely proud to witness this “above and beyond” act from a General Contractor in aiding a Veteran. Van Jenkins from Semper Tek, Inc. continually demonstrates care for his construction projects and now compassion for his fellow man and veteran.  I am certain his compassion is sincere due to his action without hesitation.  I am not sure how often you hear of the good deeds of Contractors but I do feel this letter should at least represent one.
Kindest regards
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Happy Thanksgiving

thanksgivingHappy Thanksgiving from our families to yours!  We also want to send special Thanksgiving wishes to all of the soldiers overseas.  Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

 

Just as a reminder, our offices are closed on
Thursday and Friday.


Heading down the homestretch of the 5th Floor Vertical Addition Project at Lexington VAMC

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We’re in our final homestretch of work on the fifth floor vertical addition project that we are performing at the Cooper Drive location of the VA Medical Center in Lexington, KY.  The new floor has been added to serve as offices.

The interior finishes look tremendous and the exterior flows seamlessly with the existing structure. We are quite proud of how this project has executed.  Our team has performed exceptionally on this difficult project which called for increased safety and infectious controls due to the fact that the hospital remained fully-operational during all phases of construction.

We are excited to soon turn over this new building to its owners. To date, this is the highest dollar value project to be completed by Semper Tek, Inc.

To learn more about this project, view our project profile.

 


Semper Tek, Inc. offers Facilities and Grounds Maintenance Services

Semper Tek, Inc. began its Facilities and Grounds Maintenance Division nearly three years ago. Today our firm’s Joint Venture company, RDT-Semper Tek JV, LLC holds two USACE MATOC contracts for
IMG_1395municipal services and facilities maintenance.

Mr. Chad Howard is Semper Tek’s Maintenance Division Manager. He is the project manager for the Municipal Services Contract for the 81st Readiness Support Command Centers.  Under this contract (W912HP-14-D-0014) Mr. Howard manages subcontractors and self-performs services including janitorial cleaning of offices, grounds-keeping (mowing, edging, blowing, etc.), and trash collection and disposal at seven Army Depot sites in Kentucky.

Semper Tek, Inc. also has the ability to provide snow removal services in and around the Lexington, KY area.  Our firm has a large truck, snow plow, and salt spreader.

After receiving our Kentucky certification as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business in August, Semper Tek, Inc. looks forward to pursuing opportunities to compete for local and state facilities maintenance contracts to be able to expand this sector of our business.

Click here to download our Facilities Maintenance Brochure.