In addition to managing daily company operations, Jay plays an active role in project management and enhancing client relationships with his in-depth knowledge of general contracting. Jay joined Shaub Construction in 1986, taking the helm as president in 2003. He brings over twenty years of commercial construction experience to his current position.
Bic’s extensive background and expertise in construction management has benefited the Shaub team since the mid-nineties. As company vice president, his internal responsibilities extend to supervising office personnel; coordinating field staff and project superintendents; ensuring quality control; as well as overseeing client services.
A member of the Shaub team since 2004, Brandon draws from over a dozen years of hands-on experience in construction management and estimating projects. Brandon is instrumental in client development; project negotiation; estimating and daily project management.
Bart joined Shaub in 2008, bringing with him a wealth of skills and knowledge that he has amassed since entering the construction business in 1994. Among his varied areas of expertise, Bart provides estimating and project management support to the company in all phases of construction, from tenant buildouts to the final punch list.
Joel’s in-depth experience as a general superintendent and lead superintendent has aided Shaub since 2004. From the ground up, Joel assists in virtually every phase of project management, encompassing scheduling to completion and manpower supervision.
Amy Cornelius serves as the anchor to Shaub’s daily internal operations. She has been with the firm since 2005. In addition to orchestrating administrative functions, Amy coordinates project information and paperwork; handles project billings; and answers subcontractor inquiries.
Amy Killet has worked with the company’s principals since 2006 to provide in-house accounting services, including financial statements and business taxes. She also deals with licensing activities, along with bonding, insurance and human resource matters.