Level 10 Construction announced today that veteran industry executive Kevin Fettig has joined the company as vice president operations.
Fettig, a construction manager for more than 25 years, has overseen many signature projects throughout California and internationally within the areas of technology, education, commercial office construction and residential housing. Fettig previously served as vice president of operations for Rudolph & Sletten, a firm he joined in 1988.
Fettig holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and is a LEED Accredited Professional.
“Level 10 Construction is delighted to welcome Kevin Fettig to our executive ranks,” said Dennis Giles, president of Level 10 Construction. “He has an outstanding technical background that is coupled with extensive managerial experience, along with well-developed people skills. This trifecta of expertise enables him to bring an accomplished approach to each project.”
During his career, Fettig has been involved with many major projects, including Apple Valley Green Engineering Facility in Cupertino, Calif; Advanced Micro Devices, SDC Submicron Development Center and Building 915 in Sunnyvale, Calif; Advanced Micro Devices Fab 30 in Dresden, Germany; Guidant Corporation Advanced Cardiovascular System Manufacturing Facility Building E in Temecula, Calif; Nokia Summit Rancho Bernardo Office Build-Out in San Diego, Calif; Intel Corporation D2 Phase 2 Clean Room Expansion in Santa Clara, Calif; National Semiconductor Corporation, R & D Wafer Fab, Santa Clara, Calif; Solyndra 420 MW Front End Manufacturing Facility and Solyndra Test & Assembly Plant in Fremont, Calif; Synopsys Technology Center in Sunnyvale, Calif.; University of California, Berkeley, Residence Halls Units 1 & 2, Berkeley, Calif; Cuyamaca Community College District Science & Technology Building, Student Services Building and Communication Arts Building, El Cajon, Calif; and Viejas Casino Expansion, Alpine, Calif.
Level 10’s current projects include 181 Fremont Street in San Francisco, Calif; Summit Rancho Bernardo in San Diego, Calif; Moffett Towers, Moffett Place and Moffett Park in Sunnyvale, Calif; C.S. Bio Inc. in Menlo Park, Calif; the Florence Moore Residence Hall at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif; Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building at University of California San Francisco and a number of others soon to be announced.
About Level 10 ConstructionLevel 10 is a full-service general contractor with offices throughout California, including Sunnyvale, San Francisco and San Diego. Level 10 is focused on providing innovative facilities to the corporate, healthcare, education, entertainment, hospitality, technology and life sciences markets. Level 10 offers a full range of services, including preconstruction, self-performed concrete work, design/build, MEP and commissioning, green construction, sustainability evaluations and LEED certified building. Level 10’s core mission is to build at the highest level, consistently providing excellent customer service while delivering quality projects on time and on budget. For more information visit www.level10gc.com.