POSTED:

Aug 21

2017

Ideal Contracting Announces New Company Promotions

Category: News
Ideal Contracting is pleased to announce the promotions of Rich Brown, Mike Mistruzzi, and Dennis Kane. Please join us in congratulating Rich, Mike, and Dennis for all of their hard work and dedication to Ideal throughout the years. 

Rich Brown



Rich Brown is now the Director of Hard Dollar Operations. He was previously Project Director. 

Rich began with Ideal Contracting in 2014 and has a broad range of experience in many sectors, project types, and sizes. He has also worked managing large General Contractor projects that have allowed him to work with a wide range of self-perform capabilities. 

His work expertise in construction has included the automotive, energy, process refinery, and manufacturing markets. 




Mike Mistruzzi



Mike Mistruzzi is now Chief Estimator of Steel. He was previously a Senior Estimator.

Mike began with Ideal Contracting in 2011. Mike has extensive expertise in the steel industry as he is recognized as one of the best in the steel industry. He provides direction in planning, scheduling, engineering, accounting functions on projects. 

He has estimated numerous projects of various sizes and complexity that are concentrated in the steel market. 



 

Dennis Kane



Dennis Kane is now a Senior Estimator. He was previously an Estimator. 

Dennis began with Ideal Contracting in 2010. He has extensive experience with civil estimating and has contributed to the growth of the civil side of the business. 

He has worked on various projects within the automotive, commercial, energy, education, financial, government, health care, industrial and entertainment markets. 



 

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