Tarlton Promotes Denison to Senior Project Manager
ST. LOUIS, MO Tarlton Corp., a St. Louis, Missouri, -based general contracting and construction management firm, promotes Cameron Denison, LEED AP, to Senior Project Manager.
Previously serving as Project Manager, Denison has worked on several notable projects, including the $90 million, 175,000-square-foot LEED Gold Olin Business School expansion at Washington University in St. Louis (Knight and Bauer Halls), which won the firm one of the construction industry's highest honors - a 2015 Alliant Build America Award. The Associated General Contractors of Missouri also named the project as a finalist for a 2015 Construction Keystone Award.
Denison is on the Tarlton construction management team on two separate projects at University of Missouri Columbia. The first project includes renovations and repairs to Lafferre Hall, where the 1935 and 1944 additions to the College of Engineering building are being renovated to provide updated teaching facilities and improve building flow. Completion is slated for October 2016. Denison also is working on the new 1,700-seat softball stadium, which offers a full-view concourse and outfield plaza; outfield lawn area for spectators; elevated press box; heated dugouts; team lounge; theater and video room; rehab facility; and coaches' offices. The project architect is Lempka Edson Architects of Overland Park, Kansas.
Other projects include several laboratory renovation projects including recent build-outs for BJC Institute of Health at Washington University; Monsanto; and the Pfizer New Research Building in Chesterfield, Mo., a Tarlton joint venture with Gilbane. Denison also served on Tarlton teams that constructed the Nordstrom stores at Saint Louis Galleria and West County Center.
Denison joined Tarlton as a Project Engineer in 2001. He earned his Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional designation in 2008, granted by the U.S. Green Building Council based on demonstrated knowledge and experience related to sustainable building design, construction and operation.
"Cameron consistently demonstrates what strong project management is about, combining a deep understanding of our clients' needs with his knowledge and experience in high-quality, complex construction to exceed the goals of every project," said Matthew Pfund, Tarlton Senior Vice President. "He's been instrumental to Tarlton's growth and success, expanding our services, sharing his passion for cutting-edge technology and steering the successful execution of some very challenging projects."
Denison holds a Bachelor of Science in construction management from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.