Brendan Inglis and Lee George promoted to Senior Project Manager
We are happy to announce the promotion of our Project Managers, Lee George and Brendan Inglis, to Senior Project Managers. Due to hard work, dedication, outstanding achievements, and passion, Lee and Brendan have proven themselves as committed company advocates. At their new position, Lee and Brendan will continue to run their own projects as well as act as a senior on other projects for mentoring, training, and oversight.
Brendan joined Allied Builders System in 2009, with 4 years of construction experience under his belt. He is a LEED Accredited Professional and has had 30 hours OSHA training. He is a former Chair of the ESOP Committee and member of Allied Builders’ Technology Committee and aims at keeping the company on the forefront of construction technology. Some of his notable projects include Clinical Labs of Hawaii, PBS Hawaii, Diagnostic Laboratory Services, and numerous retail renovation projects such as ROSS Dress for Less. As a new Senior Project Manager, he brings forth more than 11 years of construction expertise.
Lee George joined Allied Builders System in 2006. He has had 30 hours of OSHA Outreach Training and has completed courses in NAFAC Scheduling, Contract Administration, and Dale Carnegie “Skills for Success”. He is currently the Chair of the ESOP Committee and serves in the Employer of Choice Committee within ABS. Some of Lee’s notable projects include Queen’s Medical Center Lauahala Building renovations, numerous CVS/Longs Drugstore new stores and renovations, King Kamehameha Hotel tower renovations, and Outrigger Reef on the Beach lobby and restaurant renovations. As a new Senior Project Manager, he brings forth 12 years of construction expertise.