Rockford Construction is pleased to announce the addition of Mark Brimmeier to its leadership team as Vice President. Bringing nearly 35 years of construction experience, Brimmeier will continue to foster key relationships with Rockford’s clients in the Metro Detroit area and forge new lines of communication with potential clients throughout the Midwest. Mark will also work to expand Rockford’s growing senior living market.
“We are very excited to have Mark on board with us as we continue to serve the Detroit area,” states Shane Napper, President of Construction at Rockford Construction. “With Rockford currently involved in $350 million in construction projects in the heart of Detroit, which includes a few of the city’s largest development efforts, we look forward to leveraging Mark’s expertise.”
Brimmeier earned a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Pittsburgh. His career began in Virginia where he served as a Project Manager and Superintendent managing and overseeing the construction of rides, experiences and historical projects at Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg. In 1996, Brimmeier moved to Michigan where his passion and expertise for construction management focused on Healthcare and University clients. He successfully completed numerous projects for the University of Michigan, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit Medical Center and Michigan State University. Brimmeier also delivered more than $528 million of work for Veterans Hospitals across the nation.
Notably, Rockford Construction also promoted Matt Evans from Business Development & Project Executive to Vice President. Evans will continue to lead efforts in the Detroit community focusing on workforce development, trade contractor relationships and construction and development management services for private developers and commercial and institutional clients. His current projects include 640 Temple, Hotel St. Regis, Detroit is the New Black, Brush Park South, The Leland, 3750 Woodward, The Murry and Oakland University.