Welliver is pleased to welcome Jonah Bixby as Project Superintendent.
More than 25 years ago, Bixby found his passion in construction. His approach on every project is to act as an advocate for his clients, while on the job site ensuring the owner is delivered what they envision. What motivates Bixby is taking on challenging aspects of a project and figuring out how to pull it off. He is a champion of client interaction, team collaboration, and flexibility to come up with creative aspects, innovative solutions, and simply working out the problem. He brings significant knowledge of construction processes and building codes and experience delivering a customer-driven, organized, and efficient building process. In his role as project superintendent at Welliver, Bixby will ensure a safe and effective work site for employees as well as clients and owners. Bixby will oversee the day-to-day operations on construction project sites including schedule, manpower, ordering material, documentation, building plans and specifications, quality control, and communication with project managers, subcontractors, architects, and owners.
“We are thrilled Jonah is joining our team. A well-rounded project superintendent with broad experience, he will bring excellent leadership skills, fresh perspective, energy, and knowledge of the industry,” said Anne Welliver-Hartsing, President. “Jonah will be an asset in helping the company expand into new markets while continuing to deliver a high level of customer service to our clients.”
Previously, Bixby worked for more than a decade as foreman and project superintendent for a couple regional construction companies. He gained valuable hands-on experience with foundations, electrical, plumbing, and interior systems; as well as job-site safety, coordinating subcontractors, overseeing labor, maintaining schedules, procuring equipment, and controlling projects.
“Welliver has a stellar reputation in the construction industry. I look forward to the opportunity to work for an organization who make things happen,” said Bixby. “Not all project scopes come in black and white. My goal is to apply my experience to build collaborative teams, enrich processes, and help to turn the client’s vision into reality.”
Bixby is currently an instructor with the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters. He conducts training programs on scaffold erection, first aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and Automated External Defibrillators (AED).