O&G Adds Three to Building Team
TORRINGTON, CT O&G Industries recently hired Project Engineers Carrie Rux, Zack Mordenti and Evan Nelson to join O&G's Building Division.
Rux joins O&G as a Senior Project Engineer on the Wethersfield High School project. Rux brings more than a decade of educational project leadership experience to O&G. She is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a degree in construction management and holds the USGBC LEED Green Associate designation.
Mordenti joins O&G as a Project Engineer on the Waterbury Bus Maintenance Facility project in Watertown, Connecticut. Mordenti brings more than a decade of construction experience to O&G. He holds a degree in construction management from Central Connecticut State University and a degree in civil engineering from University of Connecticut.
Nelson joins O&G as a Project Engineer at the Orville H. Platt High School project in Meriden, Connecticut. Prior to joining O&G, Nelson worked as a Field Engineer on the New Britain - Hartford Busway project. He is a graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a degree in construction management.