Skanska announced three staff changes aligned with its continued growth in Nashville and the Middle Tennessee region. Danny Lehman has joined the company as a superintendent and Amy Baker has joined as a business analyst manager for the company’s Healthcare Center of Excellence while Adam Quertermous has been promoted to senior environment, health and safety manager.
“As our work in Middle Tennessee continues to increase, it is important for Skanska to have the right personnel in place to best serve our clients,” said Skanska Co-Chief Operating Officer Joey Hatch. “Adding Danny and Amy and promoting Adam help us to strengthen our team of talented construction professionals.”
Skanska’s current projects in Nashville include West Riverfront Park, Abe’s Garden at Park Manor, the Williamson Medical Center expansion and renovation, and Meharry Medical College’s new residential complex.
Lehman is overseeing field operations for the $51 million Williamson Medical Center expansion and renovation. He has 18 years of industry experience and has been involved with many construction projects in Nashville, including the Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Critical Care Tower and the Centennial Medical Center Cardiology expansion.
In Baker’s new role, she will be responsible for deriving metrics from Skanska’s health care construction projects that can be used to assist clients with new facility needs and the company with new business opportunities. She graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a mechanical engineering degree.
Quertermous, who brings 11 years of industry experience, will work to further promote and implement Skanska’s training programs and safety initiatives to support Skanska’s Injury-Free Environment® journey on area projects. He is a graduate of Murray State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in occupational safety and health.
Safety is one of Skanska’s core values and the company is a founding partner of the US construction industry’s first-ever Safety Week, which will be held May 4-10, 2014.