Loeffler Construction & Consulting welcomes three employees to the team – Senior Project Managers Mindy Lawrence and Drew Simon and Project Manager Tony Palmer.
Mindy brings 15 years of experience and a diverse background from senior and multifamily housing to hospitality to amusement parks. Her experience includes all phases of a project’s lifecycle from preconstruction and government approvals through punch list and project turnover. Mindy holds a BS in Construction Management from the University of Minnesota. When she’s not working, Mindy enjoys spending time with family, reading, listening to podcasts, and traveling.
“I’m excited to join Loeffler and look forward to being part of this energetic team.”
Drew brings 23 years of experience and an understanding of the unique challenges inherent in constructing facilities in complex urban sites. As a LEED® AP BD+C, he provides expertise in all aspects of sustainable design for varying types of construction. Drew holds a BS in Business Administration with a focus in Construction Management from Mankato State University.
In his spare time, Drew enjoys vacations and hiking with his family. He loves Minnesota and being out fishing, UTV riding, sporting clay shooting, walking the local fields with my dog Oakley, and occasionally getting his truck stuck off-roading.
“I am excited to be part of the Loeffler Construction team. I grew up in this area and look forward to bringing my experience to both the large urban projects as well as the smaller nonprofit projects that greatly benefit our communities.”
Tony brings his architectural background and a love for details to Loeffler. His experience in multi-family housing, hospitality, and K-12 and working with subcontractors and general contractors provides a unique perspective to the team. He holds a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Minnesota.
Outside of work you will most likely catch Tony outside either golfing, hiking, camping, working on his car, or doing anything that involves building or projecting around the house.
“I approach each day with a can-do attitude and live by the mantras of ‘work smarter not harder’ and ‘measure twice, cut once’.”