McKinstry Expands Senior Leadership to Drive Construction Growth

Mark Jonson appointed vice president & general manager for construction; Brian Antonsen, Michael Frank, Patrick Roberts and Anthony Fritz promoted to senior leadership roles.

SEATTLE (April 19, 2018) – McKinstry, a full-service design-build-operate-and-maintain firm, appointed Mark Jonson to vice president and general manager of construction. In this role, Jonson will lead McKinstry’s construction teams across multiple regions.

Jonson joined McKinstry in 1994. He brings a deep understanding of the Pacific Northwest construction market to his new role, including a proven leadership track record for delivering client results. Jonson previously served as vice president, construction and energy services for Western Washington.

McKinstry further expanded its construction leadership team under Jonson, aligning the organization for growth through a series of promotions, including:

Brian Antonsen: Vice President, Mechanical Construction for Washington

Brian Antonsen started at McKinstry as a project engineer in 2003. In his new role, he will oversee all mechanical construction teams and projects across Washington. Antonsen previously served as director of mechanical construction for Western Washington.

Michael Frank: Vice President, Design & Engineering

Michael Frank has been with McKinstry for two decades. He previously served as director of engineering with responsibility for Western Washington and Oregon engineering projects. In his new role, Frank will oversee all McKinstry engineering teams across the Pacific Northwest.

Anthony Fritz: Business Unit Manager for Oregon Mechanical Construction

Anthony Fritz joined McKinstry this year. He previously served as president of The Kirlin Group in Florida. Fritz will now focus on growing McKinstry’s mechanical construction footprint in the Portland and broader Oregon markets.

Patrick Roberts: Business Unit Manager for Inland Northwest Mechanical Construction

Patrick Roberts joined McKinstry in 2000 and has been instrumental in building the Special Projects Group (SPG) business in Western Washington. In his new role, Roberts will focus on expanding McKinstry’s mechanical construction business across the Inland Northwest region, specifically in the Spokane and Tri-Cities markets.

“McKinstry’s foundation is the construction of high-performance buildings that deliver on the wants and needs of our clients,” said Ron Johnson, McKinstry’s chief operating officer. “These strategic promotions give McKinstry an even stronger leadership team to further exceed our client expectations and drive excellence.”

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McKinstry is a full-service, design-build-operate-and-maintain (DBOM) firm specializing in consulting, construction, energy and facility services. The firm’s innovative, integrated delivery methodology provides clients with a single point of accountability that drives waste and redundancy out of the design/build process. With over 1,600 professional staff and trades people throughout the United States and operations in more than 15 states, McKinstry advocates collaborative, sustainable solutions designed to ensure occupant comfort, improve systems efficiency, reduce facility operational costs, and optimize profitability “For The Life of Your Building.”

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