Endless Opportunities: Three project managers, three career paths.
10 May 2022
UMC offers limitless ways to establish a network, move up, branch out, and build a meaningful career. Three UMC Project Managers give advice they have for others coming into the construction industry.
Be safe, accountable, and present. Construction Safety Week 2022
05 May 2022
We proudly stand alongside contractors and celebrate Construction Safety Week. Now more than ever, we must create jobsites that inspire both a physically and mentally safe environment, equally.
Featured in the Seattle DJC's Special Section: Healthcare/Biotech
05 April 2022
Don’t ignore new compliance requirements. The Washington Clean Buildings Performance Standard clock is ticking; are health care organizations ready?
Bonnie Frye Hemphill | Women in Construction 2022
10 March 2022
Previous to UMC, Bonnie was opening new markets for solar in the NW. Now, she is the Director of Policy & Partnerships supporting efficiency goals and strengthening our partnerships.
Sandy Chapin | Women in Construction 2022
09 March 2022
Like many AEC marketers, Sandy Chapin fell into the industry. Once she had a few years under her belt, she became passionate about the industry, knowledge, experience, and creativity it takes.
Lacey Neubauer | Women in Construction 2022
09 March 2022
With eight years under her belt in construction, and three at UMC, Lacey Neubauer is a Fire and Smoke Damper Technician and Supervisor that enjoys fast-paced challenges.
Lisa Ulrich | Women in Construction 2022
08 March 2022
With 30 years under her belt, Lisa Ulrich a Project Executive at UMC, gives her unique perspective into what the future can hold for women in AEC when they step outside of comfort zones.
Stephanie Vogt | Women in Construction 2022
07 March 2022
Growing up, Stephanie Vogt rode around Seattle with her father who worked as a service technician; now, she is a Lead Customer Service Representative at UMC with a knack for building relationships.
Peter Boileau, PE Featured in SMACNA's December Sheet Metal Journal
05 January 2022
Our industry is already based on the use of ~90% recycled content in the sheet metal systems we install, providing enhanced environmental benefits and reducing the carbon footprint of every building.
Peter Boileau, PE Featured in SMACNA's Sheet Metal Journal
23 August 2021
Washington State 2018 Commercial Energy Code Review, Part 2 and Final Thoughts
The Benefits of a Scan-to-BIM Project Cycle
16 August 2021
Conquering construction challenges with 3D scanning hardware and sophisticated software for facilities big and small.