CSM Group is pleased to announce the promotion of three teammates: Shannon Burleson to a senior construction manager and Rob Colyer and David Dahlquist to senior project managers.
With his experience in food-grade pipe fabricating and welding, as well as experience with food-grade requirements and permits for construction, Burleson has been a valuable asset on food and beverage projects in the Mid-South. He holds multiple certifications in welding and safety compliance and holds an associate degree in business from Jackson State Community College.
Colyer has managed large-scale commercial projects within the construction industry for the past 20 years and has been with the organization for 5 years. His portfolio includes clients such as National Flavors, State of Michigan, Kalamazoo Public Schools, St. John Providence Health System, and is currently part of the 180 E. Water Street, a 7-story mixed-use development in Kalamazoo, Michigan that will become the new home for Southwest Michigan First, the Kalamazoo Promise Institute, and other community organizations.
Dahlquist has been with CSM Group since January 2014 and utilizes his experience managing complex projects to lead projects within the healthcare and commercial markets. He holds a bachelor’s degree in construction management from Ferris State University and also holds a Health Care Construction (HCC) certificate. Most recently, Dahlquist led the expansion of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ health services building, an addition of a family center that will host annual tribal meetings, dances, indoor powwows, and other large gatherings.
As senior construction/project managers, Burleson, Colyer, and Dahlquist will provide leadership, direction, and oversight during all phases of construction on and around multiple job sites. They will also act in the best interest of CSM Group by establishing strong relationships with all field staff and provide professional guidance and mentoring to their teammates.