A member of the BR team for the past 16 years, Nathan Richards states that “the feeling of trust, respect, and family” is what he enjoys most about working at Broeren Russo. As a Superintendent, Nathan works directly with the Project Managers to ensure the successful completion of each project. His daily tasks include scheduling and coordination of subcontractors in order to provide sufficient quality manpower to complete the tasks at hand.
Bud Ward can visualize how to build just about anything, a skill that comes from his many years of hands-on experience. That ability serves clients well in his role as General Superintendent at Broeren Russo. Bud is responsible for overseeing the entire construction process and coordinates all of the work of the subcontractors and suppliers. “We continually communicate with owners, architects, subcontractors and suppliers. We are committed to staying on schedule and within budget. We are always looking for the win-win solution.”
Chad Dalton knew he joined a great team when he came to Broeren Russo several years ago. “The craftsmanship and the management are real strengths of this company,” he said. As Vice President of Field Operations for Broeren Russo, Chad oversees manpower, tools and equipment on each of the projects where he has responsibilities. His priority is to make decisions that help the Project Manager, the Foremen on the job, and ultimately the client. Chad’s ability to understand the work at hand allows him to assign the right staff to complete the work on time and within budget.
“We have a great mix of dedicated people who truly care about doing things right the first time,” explains Jim Smith. Jim has been a Superintendent with the Broeren Russo team for over a decade, and served in the Superintendent role for another decade prior to
coming to BR. His role at Broeren Russo involves responsibilities for all of the finish work. His team’s finish work and attention
to detail creates the first impression of the completed job. “Broeren Russo is a company that values staying on schedule,” he says. “It is my job to stay ahead of all of the other trades to allow the job to finish on time.”