Ron Lambert promoted to Project Executive
Posted by Sequoyah Electric
Sequoyah announces the promotion of Ron Lambert to project executive. In his new role, Ron is responsible for large, complex projects with in-depth involvement in all phases of electrical construction including relationship development, proposal development, estimating, design and preconstruction, oversight of senior project managers and construction coordination, while ensuring that projects are proceeding on schedule and within budget.
The move supports Sequoyah’s growth as one of the premier electrical contracting companies focused on commercial, data center, higher education, and healthcare construction.
“Ron brings considerable skills and experience in operational and client management” says Scott Angeline, Sequoyah’s vice president of new construction. “His impressive track record of successful large projects, business growth, mobilization, and management of work, as well as his leadership of large, multidisciplinary teams, will benefit the whole of our operations.”
Ron brings more than 30 years of experience in design, construction, and management of major projects and programs. He has been a journeyman wireman, general foreman and senior project manager. He has a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University, Washington State electrical license and went through the electrical apprenticeship program.