Have you given recognition to someone lately? It’s a question that’s never taken lightly around here. Just ask our Chairman & CEO, Tyler Nottberg. He has it posted in his office, serving as a daily reminder that individual accomplishments should never go unnoticed when they help us reach a common goal. And at U.S. Engineering, that’s precisely what teamwork is all about.
Tyler is the fifth generation of the Nottberg family to lead U.S. Engineering, where he has served as a Project Manager, Project Engineer and Vice President. Prior to joining the Company, Tyler helped co-found the Legal, Economic and Regulatory Affairs practice for Gerson Lehrman Group in Washington, DC, London and Delhi. Before that, he worked as a Policy Analyst at The Eisenhower Institute and for Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN), both in Washington, DC and on the Senator’s 1996 Presidential Campaign. He serves on the Board of Directors for UMB Bank and Labconco Corporation, as well as a number of non-profit Boards, including Colorado Succeeds, The American Heart Association, American Royal, and Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program.ÂÂ Tyler is a graduate of Middlebury College and Oxford University.
Tim originally joined the company in 1996 as Vice President of Preconstruction in the Colorado office. He then moved to Kansas City in 2000 to become Eastern Region General Manager. In 2002, he became Executive Vice President, and in 2005 he succeeded Dwight Brinkman as President. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, with a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering. Tim is a registered professional engineer in four states and a LEED®-Accredited Professional.
Brendan joined the company in 2010 as Director of Finance. A year later, he was promoted to Vice President of Finance and in 2013 he became Chief Financial Officer. Throughout his time with the company, he has also served as General Counsel. Brendan has an undergraduate degree from William Jewel College, and a juris doctorate degree from the University of Notre Dame. He is a licensed certified public accountant and lawyer. Prior to joining the company, Brendan worked for three years as a CPA at Arthur Andersen LLP, and 8 years as a corporate lawyer at Husch Blackwell LLP.
Bob's tenure at U.S. Engineering began in 1978 while pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering from Colorado State. Over his 30-plus years at the company, he has served as a driver, Project Engineer, Project Manager, Division Manager and Regional Vice President. Today he is a LEED®-Accredited Professional responsible for overall company operations, including Construction, Service and the Special Projects Division.
Justin entered the industry at a young age in his family's construction company. After earning a B.S. in architectural engineering from Kansas State University, he began his career as a consulting engineer with a Denver firm. In 2002, he moved to the contractor side of the business at U.S. Engineering, starting as a Preconstruction Manager in Kansas City and transitioning to lead the companywide Project Development team in 2009. Justin is a Licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states and is a LEED®-Accredited Professional.
Prior to joining the company, Rebecca amassed nearly 20 years in human resources management at Black & Veatch and Cerner Corporation in Kansas City. She joined U.S. Engineering as Director of Human Resources and was soon promoted to her current position on the management committee. Rebecca holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Missouri Western and an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management.
Bryan joined the company in 1997 shortly after graduating from Colorado State with a degree in mechanical engineering. He began as a Project Engineer in Colorado before advancing to Project Manager and Senior Project Manager. Bryan relocated to Kansas City in 2009 to assume his current role. A LEED®-Accredited Professional, he oversees day-to-day management and direction of the Kansas City Construction division.
Brian joined U.S. Engineering in 1992 after 14 years as a pipefitter journeyman and foreman. He became a Project Manager in 1998 and was later promoted to Operations Manager before landing in his current post, to which he brings experience from a wide variety of service, maintenance and special project accounts. Brian is an active member of MSCA, RETA and ASHRAE.
Steve joined the company in 2006 as a Vice President responsible for all hard-dollar estimating. A year later he assumed oversight of all project development duties, including estimating, preconstruction and client development. He spent the previous 20 years with a large KC construction company, serving the last four on the executive team. Steve is a graduate of Rockhurst University and the MCAA's Advanced Leadership Institute.
Bill joined the company in 1988 with 16 years of experience in construction marketing and business development. He served as Vice President of Corporate Marketing before taking on his current position, in which he is responsible for U.S. Engineering's business development, marketing, sales and client relations functions. Bill is a graduate of the University of Kansas and a veteran of the United States Navy.
Rob began as a temporary employee hired in 1990 to help reorganize the warehouse operation. He later joined the plumbers apprentice program and was promoted to Warehouse Operations Manager. He has also worked as a Safety Director, Project Manager and Manpower Coordinator. Since 2009, he has been responsible for overall management and direction of field operations in the Kansas City Construction Division.
Dan began his career as a consulting engineer before transitioning to the construction side of the business. He combined the two disciplines upon joining U.S. Engineering in 2000 as manager of our Preconstruction Services team. Dan currently manages all aspects of project development, including marketing, business development, estimation and preconstruction services. He is a 1994 graduate of the University of Wyoming.
Todd joined the company in 1991 while attending Colorado State University's construction management program. He began working as a helper and later moved into the office as a Project Engineer. After graduation he became a Project Manager before being promoted to Division Manager. In 2009 he was named Vice President of Operations for Service and Special Projects, which later changed to Solutions.
Tal is a LEED® Accredited Professional and is ASHE-certified in Healthcare Construction. He is responsible for all aspects of business development and marketing for the Colorado office. He joined the company in 2002 after 17 years as a project engineer and manager in Houston and Seattle. He was named Business Development Manager in 2007 and promoted to his current post in 2009. Tal is a graduate of Texas Tech University.
Mike is responsible for managing the operations for large construction and maintaining key client relationships in the Rocky Mountain region. He joined the company in 1981 after a four-year sheet metal apprenticeship. He worked as a journeyman, foreman and Project Superintendent before moving into the office to manage Detailing and Sheet Metal Services and, in 2012, he assumed his current position as Vice President of Operations. Mike is a LEED® Accredited Professional.
Scott is responsible for all field and fabrication shop operations and employees. He joined the company in 1995 after 10 years as a journeyman pipefitter and plumber working as a foreman, superintendent and division manager. His father was a 20-year employee at U.S. Engineering, and Scott spent summers working with him. He has since worked as an Estimator, Project Manager and Superintendent before taking on his current role.
Robert grew up in the construction industry and officially began his career in 1996 at the family plumbing contracting business. He spent more than 12 years in the company, eight as President and Co-owner. Robert brought his experience and leadership skills to U.S. Engineering in 2011, when he was hired to lead the Operations group in the Tennessee Division. He holds bachelor's degrees in marketing and computer science from the University of Missouri and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis.
A master electrician since 1993, Dan has owned and operated his own electrical company, along with stints at Siemens Building Technologies and Johnson Controls. He later served as a project engineer and logistics manager, eventually running the MEP services team for a large Mid-Atlantic contractor. Dan joined U.S. Engineering in 2011 to assume responsibility for overall management and growth of the Mid-Atlantic division.
In his more than 35 years in mechanical contracting, Dale has managed some of the most demanding projects in the industry, including multi-phase hospitals and industrial process work. He joined U.S. Engineering in 1990 and reached the level of Executive Project Manager before his current role overseeing all large project operations. In addition to his bachelor’s degree and Plumber/Pipefitter certification, Dale holds OSHA 30-Hour Training and ASHE Healthcare Construction certificates.