“Treat others how you want to be treated, donate time and money to causes you believe in, and live life to the fullest.”
Meet Jeremiah “Jeb” Forman, an Electrical Field Leader with Egan for over 18 years.
Outside of work, Jeb enjoys spending his time outdoors either hunting or fishing. He also is a regular movie-goer seeing roughly four or five movies a month. He said, “Occasionally if it’s a Disney movie, I’ll take one of my nieces or nephews. But, I have two rules – no whining and you can order anything from the concessions stand.”
Our company is shaped by who we are, not just what we do. Together, We Are Egan.
Meet Brian Stensrud, a Field Leader with Egan’s InterClad team for over 14 years.
Throughout Brian’s time at Egan, he’s gotten the opportunity to work on a few of InterClad’s most notable stadium and arena projects such as U.S. Bank Stadium, Target Field, and the Milwaukee Bucks Arena (Fiserv Forum).
When he’s not busy on the jobsite, Brian enjoys spending his weekend unwinding and relaxing at the cabin.
FUN FACT: Brian used to do Snocross racing!
Our company is shaped by who we are, not just what we do. Together, we are Egan.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (August
20, 2019) – Egan Company, a
Brooklyn Park specialty contractor, announced the upcoming retirement of Tim
Woolworth, Senior Vice President, in 2020.
Joining Egan’s InterClad (curtainwall/glazing/metal panels) team in 2003, Woolworth has served as the leader of the InterClad business unit since 2010 as Vice President and Senior Vice President. He joined the Board of Directors in 2011.
Starting his career
in Des Moines, Iowa, Woolworth worked in various project management,
estimating, and management roles before moving into senior leadership at Egan.
During his tenure at Egan, the business has experienced remarkable growth and the
construction of many notable projects – U.S. Bank Stadium, Target Corporation
North Campus, and Cargill Campus – Excelsior Boulevard to name a few.
“It has been an
honor and a privilege to lead the InterClad team and provide leadership to this
great company,” said Woolworth. “I’m excited to see Egan continue to grow as I
head back to my home state of Iowa to spend more time with my kids and
grandkids on the lake.”
Woolworth will remain with Egan until January 2020, at which time he will retire from the Company. Leadership for the InterClad team includes Ryan Woodruff, who joined Egan in early 2019 as his successor.
About Egan Company Egan Company is a privately-owned, specialty contractor providing building trades to general contractors, engineers, building owners, property managers, and facility engineers. Specialties include: electrical, mechanical, curtainwall/glazing/metal panels (InterClad), millwrights, building technology, controls and system integration, and 24/7 service. Egan serves every stage of a building and provides in-house expertise in planning, design and engineering, construction, and maintenance. For more information about Egan Company, visit www.eganco.com.
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2018 was another busy construction year in Minnesota. From large-scale high-rise housing projects to numerous hotels, upscale working spaces, and much more, there were many impressive projects completed across the greater Twin Cities.
Furthermore, every summer Finance & Commerce recognizes these
“Top Projects” and the hard working team behind them. Amongst the 40 selected, Egan’s
team played a role in the construction of eight top projects.
Congratulations to all of the teams who
have been recognized – we’re honored to have partnered with you to create such extraordinary
University of Minnesota Athletes Village
“University of Minnesota leaders conceived of the three-building, 387,000 square foot Athletes Village as an asset to elevate U of M athletics to an “elite” level – comparable to other major collegiate powerhouses.”
“Until last year, travelers to and from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport had to leave the facility if they needed a hotel room. But with the construction of the InterContinental MSP International Airport Hotel, they no longer need to leave the campus.”
“Hennepin Healthcare’s new orange-hued building with striking walls of windows bring together 26 specialty and primary clinics that were once located in nine different buildings in the Hennepin County Medical Center complex.”