Our Team

Our Team

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Bill Carruthers

Bill has over 40 years of business experience, including residential and commercial development, construction and modular housing manufacturing. In addition to a wide range of successful international business activities, he is actively involved as an owner in a variety of developments and as a senior management mentor to the commercial projects at PHC Construction.

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Marty Sievertson

Marty has over 30 years of construction experience and is the president and owner of PHC Construction. He has completed many noteworthy Pacific Northwest projects such as the nationally award winning Grace Episcopal Church and Vineyard Lane Development. Currently under his management is the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and Grow Community.

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Andrew Lonseth

With over 30 years of experience managing startup, turn-around and complex international businesses, Andrew brings strong strategic operational management skills to PHC as an owner. Over the last decade, he has focused on development and construction of multi-family residential, housing developments and commercial projects on Bainbridge Island.

Greg Lotakis

Greg came to the team via Alaska where he completed his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks in 1998 and is a licensed Professional Engineer in both Alaska and Washington.  After completing his MBA in Sustainable Business from Pinchot University on Bainbridge Island in 2011 he joined the PHC/Asani team to help deliver the Grow Community project.  Greg brings his passion for sustainability and community to lead and support the  construction and development teams.

 

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Clay Johnson

Clay started with PHC Construction as a superintendent bringing with him over 10 years hands on, field experience. Since then clay has transitioned into a project manager and estimator role, managing large commercial projects from estimating through completion. His attention to quality is clearly reflected in the projects he manages. He is highly organized, meticulous, and detail oriented.

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Dylan Sievertson

Dylan Sievertson brings half a decade of onsite project leadership and craftsmanship to the table. Coupled with a recently completed Certificate in Construction Management from the University of Washington, and a long list of real-world carpentry skills, Dylan provides a unique and valuable perspective to understanding and working with the trades on any project.

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Brandon Keller

Brandon brings analytical skill and tech know-how to PHC. He graduated from The Evergreen State College, focusing his studies on Entrepreneurship and Economics. Brandon works a variety of roles with consistently evolving levels of responsibility. He is currently responsible for managing document control for Grow Phase 2.

Lonnie Woods

Lonnie Woods

Lonnie brings over 30 years experience in the construction industry. He has worked on several large commercial, and public works projects in the northwest. Projects include Hospitals, Schools, a Coast Guard base and a variety of smaller projects.

Eugene Barnes

Eugene brings over 25 years experience in the construction industry. He started as a carpenter and was swiftly promoted to Superintendent. Eugene is known for his ability to lead various trades and subcontractors while maintaining the high­est standard of quality. He has experience in both residential and commercial construction environments and is currently a Project Superintendent for Phase 2 of Grow Community.

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Aidan Sievertson

Aidan has been with PHC Construction since 2013 as an administrative assistant, and has recently become the Payroll and HR Manager. She brings a high level of attention to detail and project follow through to her work. While pursuing her college degree, she is getting hands-on training from other members of the management team. Aidan’s current responsibilities include assistance with managing daily office operations, accounting, and developing the PHC human resources department.

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