Senior Project Superintendent Brent Moszeter has earned a place on ENR Southwest’s Top 20 under 40 list.
Brent was hired as a project engineer. While working on Saint Rose Dominican Hospital’s Siena campus in Henderson, Nev., he switched career paths, becoming superintendent.
“I challenge any other superintendent at any other company to be as innovative a builder,” says Scott Root, head of Kitchell’s Integrated Services division. “Brent is a ‘new age’ superintendent in that he embodies both sides of the construction management perspective.”
Kitchell is a name synonymous with the growth of Arizona and the West; its projects have dotted the regional landscape since the firm was founded in 1950. From hospitals to prisons and everything in between, the company has built virtually every building type in a wide variety of locales and keeps its focus on building long-term client relationships, fostering internal talent and driving innovation.
Much of the culture within Phoenix-based Kitchell and its core contracting business, Kitchell Contractors Inc., was embedded in the firm’s DNA by founder Sam Kitchell, according to Dan Pierce, president.
“This whole company’s philosophy and culture is built upon Sam and how he thought,” Pierce says. “He was very good with people and relationships.”
Read more about Kitchell’s experience and culture in this ENR Southwest article.