Mechanical Construction, Engineering & Service

Foreman Focus Friday: Jack Angeline

Posted February 17th 2017 (permalink)

It never ceases to amaze us how many great folks are second and third generations in the trades! Our wonderful Owner Direct Projects (ODP) Field Supervisor, Sheet Metal Foreman Jack Angeline represents generation #3 in his family! You see, Jack’s grandfather was a lifer in Local 66, as was his father, Jack Sr., who retired from Hermanson Company in 2014, having spent the last decade of his career with us. His mom also worked in the industry, so it’s not a surprise that our guy – Jack Jr. – chose a career in Sheet Metal. Jack has been at Hermanson Company... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday

Posted January 20th 2017 (permalink)

Saying "Thanks!" again to all of the wonderful Foremen in our first year of the #ForemanFocusFriday!... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: Doug Price

Posted December 8th 2016 (permalink)

Fitting General Foreman Doug Price says that you don’t often hear a lot of cheering for steamfitters – but we are here today to give a resounding HUZZAH! for the spectacular work Doug does at Hermanson! And we’ll hear more about cheering for fitters later on… Doug is a Western Washington native based out of North Bend. Like many in the Pacific Northwest, he counts hunting, fishing and the Seahawks among his favorite hobbies. Additionally, Doug is a RUSH aficionado (you can’t go wrong with “Working Man!”) and an avid hiker – logging over 1,400 miles in each of the last... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: George Shedd

Posted November 11th 2016 (permalink)

From multiple projects at Joint Base Lewis McChord to the University of Washington Bothell Discovery Hall, during his decade as a Hermanson Sheet Metal Foreman, George Shedd has led some of our most interesting projects! George comes to us from the small town of Hoquiam, Washington – home of the infamous SMACNA Crab Feed (what happens in Hoquiam stays in Hoquiam!) At the age of 19, George felt he was in need of a change. Friends in the Sheet Metal trade convinced him to give it a try, so he moved to Kirkland, signed up, tested and began his apprenticeship. That... Read More


Foreman Focus Friday: Keola Fu

Posted October 22nd 2016 (permalink)

Aloha! This week we are celebrating the hard work and dedication of our fun, quirky and extremely talented Plumbing Foreman, Keola Fu! Keola grew up on the beautiful Hawaiian island, Kauai. Working as a waiter, a young and newly married Keola aspired for better career opportunities and eventually found an opening for a labor position at a local company. One day as he was back filling a plumber’s trench and digging his little heart out, his hard work was noticed and Keola was offered a full-time plumbing job which paved the way for his future career. Approximately six years later, Keola... Read More