Chris-Tel Construction has hired several key employees to assist with its growing roster of special projects.
John Hash has joined the company as project manager. Hash has more than 40 years of experience in the construction industry, predominately in Southwest Florida. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and is licensed as a Class A General Contractor by the State of Florida. Further, Hash is a Certified Construction Project Manager and Home Inspector, as well as a state-certified Geologist in Georgia. He also is a member of both the Collier and Lee Building Industry Associations, and a veteran of the U.S. Army.
In his new role, Hash manages the Collier County Continuing Services Contract for facilities as well as public transit, as well as a variety of special projects for private clients.
The company also hired Heather Strangeflower and Lisa Gatewood as assistant project managers for its site/civil and special projects departments, respectively.
Strangeflower received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Worcester State University in Worcester, MA, and has a plethora of IICRC certifications including Health and Safety, Master Fire & Smoke Restoration, Journeyman Textile Cleaning and Water Damage Restoration. She assists with the administrative and onsite operations for the Estero Blvd. Improvements project on Fort Myers Beach.
Gatewood currently is a student at Rasmussen College in Fort Myers, where her field of concentration is accounting. At Chris-Tel, she helps the special projects department with bids, project coordination and communication, permitting and project administration.
Chris-Tel Construction is a licensed general contractor and construction management firm based in Fort Myers. Its specialties include commercial construction, site/civil construction and special projects. The firm is locally owned and operated, and has been in business since 1989. For more information, please visit www.christelconstruction. com.