Jens Construction Corp. is pleased to announce that Dan Schneider has joined the leadership team at Jens Construction.
Dan is married and has three children. Dan served our country for 8 years serving 5 1/2 years in active duty in the Army and 2 1/2 years with the National Guard. During his time in the Army Dan served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Jens Construction Corp. is pleased to announce that Brian Ertman has joined the leadership team at Jens Construction.
Prior to Jens, Brian worked for one of the country's largest Construction Managers for 15 years. During his time he has worked on projects with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, the University of Michigan, Wheaton Franciscan Sisters, and General Motors among others. He brings extensive experience in healthcare, renovations, cost management, quality and safety. Brian is a May 2000 Civil Engineering graduate from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. He has earned his LEED-AP and is an Eagle Scout. Brian also has OSHA 30hr and ASHE Certifications.
"Brian has a very transparent communication style. He was in constant communication with the unit leadership team (both nursing and physician), available to the bedside staff when problems arose outside of the Monday through Friday work days, and followed up thoroughly each and every time a question was brought up during the project. All of these characteristics make it very easy to trust his word when you get it! He was honest with us throughout the project and always took the time to listen when we had information and suggestions to offer." - Alison Pauley, RN, BSN, CNML, Nurse Manager of the University of Iowa Burn Treatment Center
Brian is married and has three sons. Brian has served as School Chairman for his sons' schools both in Iowa and Michigan. Brian and his wife have also been active in the area Down Syndrome organizations where they have lived.
Marquette University puts new look on Straz Business School Building
This project consisted of replacing all windows in the original Business School Building constructed in 1949 along with major exterior brick replacement, tuckpointing and parapet reconstruction.
Jens Construction was involved in preliminary design and estimating one year prior to project to establish cost for Marquette. The old glass block window and stone heads/jambs were replaced with a new 1” insulated glass unit and precast head that not only let in more light to the classrooms but increased the heating/cooling efficiency of the building. The entire project was completed in three months during the summer to avoid any classroom disruption, was completed two weeks a head of schedule and under Project Budget.