Detroit, Mich. – Walbridge named three new vice presidents to begin 2019.
Ross Linton is a new Vice President of Operations while Nino Chirco and James Quasarano are new Vice Presidents of Estimating within Walbridge’s Get Work team.
Chirco and Quasarano, both established within the industry as estimating leaders, have worked on variety of major projects for clients. They will report to Estimating Group Vice President Mike Smiley.
Chirco started with Walbridge in 1997 and his résumé includes a wide-range of projects, including major automotive, manufacturing and commercial projects across the globe.
“In my 22 years at Walbridge, I have had the great opportunity to experience many different projects, places, cultures and people,” Chirco said. “It has been a pleasure to work with my Walbridge family and it is exciting to see the same passion moving forward that I have experienced in the past. I’m looking forward to forging forward together as we continue to grow.”
Quasarano started with Walbridge in 2004, working on commercial, office and automotive projects throughout the country.
“I’m very excited and thankful for this opportunity with Walbridge,” Quasarano said. “This company has allowed me to learn and grow in exceptional ways over the years and I’m grateful for a chance to give back at this level.”
Linton’s experience with Walbridge dates to 1995 working on projects for automotive, manufacturing, metals, agricultural and power facilities for numerous clients.
“It’s exciting to be part of such an impactful team,” Linton said. “During my time, I’ve had a chance to learn from some of the best in the industry and I’m enthusiastic about using the knowledge and lessons learned from our company’s century of construction experience to continue our drive for excellence.”
Walbridge (www.walbridge.com) is a construction company founded in Detroit in 1916. The company employs approximately 1,000 men and women who provide construction management, general contracting, EPC, IPD, design-build and related services to organizations in the automotive, manufacturing, education, commercial and data industries.