Sundt Promotes Einbinder to Vice President

Phoenix, AZ, March 25, 2011 --( Sundt Construction, Inc. promoted Wayne Einbinder to vice president to spearhead the company’s new special projects division. The recently launched division will focus on large-scale projects ($100 million or more) with external joint-venture partnerships, as well as those projects requiring the multi-discipline expertise unique to Sundt. The division supports the contractor’s long-term goals for growth regionally and nationally.

In his new role, Einbinder will be responsible the management, identification, pursuit and acquisition of special projects. On the business-development and relationship-building fronts, he will work to ensure Sundt clients have an exceptional experience from contract negotiation through construction completion.

“Wayne’s skills and experience on large, complex projects, as well as his ability to build and manage relationships with clients and project teams, made him the right person to lead this new division,” said J. Doug Pruitt, Sundt chairman and CEO.

Einbinder, who joined Sundt four years ago as project director, brings more than 30 years of industry experience to the new position. Among the strengths he offers is the keen ability to identify the needs of both the contractor and the owner to achieve a successful project. He also excels at integrating innovation and technology throughout the construction process in all alternative delivery methods as well as Integrated Project Delivery.

Einbinder’s work portfolio features more than $1 billion in education projects across seven different campuses, with two underway in downtown Phoenix: the Phoenix Biomedical Campus – Health Sciences Education Building and the Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Science Technology Building 4. Other projects he has worked on include a $2 billion prison program for California Department of Corrections, a $2 billion airport program with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and an $800 million program with the City of Phoenix.

Einbinder has also participated in the construction process on all levels, managing large-scale projects with high-design architects on facilities that remained operational during construction, as well as ventures that occupied tight building envelopes and demanded significant coordination with other contractors and project teams.

Einbinder has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a Professional Engineer, LEED Accredited Professional, and certified by the Design Build Institute of America.

About Sundt
Sundt Construction, Inc. is one of the country’s largest and most respected general contractors. Known nationally for its innovative approach to construction services, the firm is currently ranked the 54th largest construction company in the United States by ENR, the industry’s principal trade magazine.

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