Skanska Promotes Trevor Wyckoff to Vice President/Account Manager

Press release 9/21/2020 8:00 AM EST

Skanska, a leading global construction and development firm, has promoted Trevor Wyckoff, to vice president/account manager for its building operations in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Trevor Wyckoff Promotion_Skanska USA

In this leadership role, Wyckoff is responsible for continuing Skanska’s focus on k-12 educational and healthcare facilities, among other areas. “With Trevor’s substantial market knowledge in his more than two decades with Skanska, he has a keen understanding of the needs of many of our largest customers,” said Tim Johnson, Executive Vice President and General Manager with Skanska USA Building’s Oregon and Southwest Washington operations. “Trevor exemplifies excellent project management skills, true commitment to customers and a drive toward collaborations across teams that ensures he’ll continue the important work we have done.”

Wyckoff joined Skanska 22 years ago and has focused his career on delivering successful health care and educational projects throughout the region, including key projects in the education, high technology and health care sectors. He has managed work with many Skanska clients including Oregon Health & Science University, Portland Public Schools, Salvation Army, Legacy Health, Sherwood School District, Evergreen Public Schools, Astoria School District, Warrenton Hammond School District, Philomath School District, Woodland School District, Synopsys and several others. He currently leads the teams building the Casey Eye Institute/Elks Children's Eye Clinic, Astoria School District projects, Warrenton School District projects, and Vancouver-area Mountain View High School replacement project. Trevor also led the recently completed Sherwood High School work, which is the largest high school in Oregon by land mass.

Wyckoff received his Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University. Wyckoff is among the 400-plus building, tech and construction support professionals in Skanska’s Portland office, which manages projects throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.