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News Release: RJM Construction names two project executives

Ryan promoted, Olson hired

MINNEAPOLIS (June 22, 2017)RJM Construction, a Minnesota-based general contractor, has named two employees as project executives. In their new role, Tim Ryan and Eric Olson will provide project leadership on large assignments while serving as mentors by promoting team development.

Ryan joined RJM in August of 2016. He has demonstrated leadership working on highprofile projects such as Twin Cities Orthopedics in Edina, Minn., and Nordic House in Minneapolis, Minn.

Olson was hired by RJM earlier this month. He has worked in the construction industry for 25 years, with a focus on healthcare and secondary education projects. Most recently, he served as a senior project manager for a local general contractor. He has managed projects such as the HealthPartners Neuroscience Building in St. Paul, Minn., Fairview Ridges Hospital, Specialty Care Clinic in Burnsville, Minn., and Gustavus Adolphus College, Beck Academic Hall in St. Peter, Minn.

Olson holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management/Finance from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn. He has received OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety training as well as Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP) training.

“I’m pleased to have Tim and Eric in the role of project executive,” stated Brian Recker, president, RJM Construction. “Their strong pre-construction and project management skills on complex and challenging projects will prove invaluable as they mentor our project teams.”

About RJM Construction

RJM Construction has been providing general contracting services since 1981. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., RJM has more than 150 specialized staff members and an annual construction volume of approximately $200 million. RJM delivers on clients’ vision in ground-up construction and interior remodeling from concept to completion.

For more information, visit rjmconstruction.com or follow on Twitter at @rjmconstruction.

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