Stodden Named Vice President of Preconstruction and Estimating at Columbia Construction Company
NORTH READING, MA Columbia Construction Company announces the promotion of David Stodden, LEED AP, to Vice President of Preconstruction and Estimating. Columbia is a third-generation construction management firm celebrating their 90th year in the industry.
Stodden joined Columbia in 2002 as a Superintendent and through the years has advanced through several roles, including Estimator, Preconstruction Manager, Director of Virtual Construction, and Director of Preconstruction Services. His recent accomplishments include overseeing the preconstruction and estimating efforts for the repositioning of 610 Lincoln Street for Hobbs Brook Management, an office building in Waltham, Massachusetts, as well as Boston Scientific's Corporate Headquarters relocation to Marlborough, Massachusetts. The Boston Scientific project included renovations to an existing 50,000-square-foot building and the construction of a new 115,000-square-foot building pending LEED Silver certification.
In his new role as Vice President, Stodden will be responsible for the oversight of the company's estimating and preconstruction departments. A graduate of Union College with a degree in Civil Engineering, Stodden has nearly 20 years of experience in the construction industry. With a background in operations, he brings practical planning experience to the preconstruction and estimating efforts, ensuring proper budgets and an overall comprehensive project delivery process.
"We are thrilled that such a highly qualified and committed person as Dave will manage both of our Preconstruction and Estimating Departments," said President Bruce Gordon. "As we celebrate our 90th year in the industry, we continue to strategically grow our organization and we look forward to Dave's contributions as a leader at Columbia Construction Company."