When you agree to work together as a team where everyone has a chance to be heard, you’re set up for success. Discover the many voices that make up P&C Construction’s team.
With an interest in construction that dates back to childhood, Brian turned his attention to large scale commercial construction in college, earning his Civil Engineering degree from Portland State University. Having joined P&C Construction in 2004, he enjoys managing the complexities that come with each project, and is constantly motivated to find solutions that streamline processes, empower team members, and improve project outcomes. Getting involved early, Brian works with both public and private clients early in the design process and recognizes the importance and value our team provides in our preconstruction efforts. Brian especially enjoys working on projects which improves the lives of children and our local community. Outside of work, Brian and his family enjoy the great outdoors, including hiking, camping and skiing.
Raised in a construction family, Dave has been involved in the building trades for as long as he can remember. Dave was a long-time Site Superintendent for P&C and now uses his experience to manage P&C’s manpower and oversee quality control on all our projects.
Steve first become interested in construction management while completing his architecture studies at the University of Idaho. From there, he went on to earn a degree in Construction Engineering Management from Oregon state University in 1990, and soon joined P&C construction. He was quickly impressed with just how accessible members of the previous ownership group were, along with the firm’s overall team approach. Since becoming part owner in 2005, Steve has done his share to maintain and enhance P&C’s inclusive nature in how we work together to manage and complete large-scale construction projects throughout the state. Steve, his wife, and two boys enjoy spending time with their extended family and friends, whether it’s dinner on the weekend or traveling around the West visiting national parks.