NCM names Diana Thomson Operations Manager of Washington Branch10+ year company veteran takes on new role, new challenges
(April 3, 2012) SNOQUALMIE, Wash. – NCM, the nation’s premier provider of demolition and remediation services,announced Diana Thomson as Operations Manager of its Washington branch today, which encompasses the entire state and approximately 300 employees.
Thomson has spent the past 11 years with NCM, beginning first as a Project Administrator for the $17mm Seattle Tacoma International Airport South Terminal Expansion Project in 2000. She has effectively served as Project Engineer and Senior Project Manager, working on a series of large projects and continuing to take on greater responsibility for some of the company’s largest and most complicated structural demolition and renovation projects.
Thomson’s list of proficiencies include managing federal projects, public contracts, subcontractors, COR/AWA (change order management) substantiation, budgeting, claim building and management, prime contracting, team building, estimating, and heavy technical industrial work. Her contributions can also be seen in NCM’s refined budgeting, tracking and Work In Progress processes, in addition to NCM’s enhanced corporate Project Management training programs.
Thomson holds a degree in Business Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California and a Construction Management certificate from the University of Washington.
“This promotion reflects Diana’s decade of perseverance, effort, and success, and is well-deserved,” said Bryan DiLoreto, the Senior Vice President of NCM’s Washington Branch. “She knows the company and the industry, and I am confident that this next chapter in her career will be marked by even greater successes.”
The newly-created position is part of a new corporate structure resulting from the successful integration of Nuprecon, CST Environmental and MARCOR Environmental. The three organizations came together in 2011 to form NCM, a single-source contracting option for commercial, industrial or government projects of any sizeor complexity.
The Washington Branch was recently honored with the Associated Builders and Contractors of Western Washington 2012 Excellence in Construction Awards - Demolition, recognizing NCM’s efforts on the demolition of Martin Stadium at Washington State University, the most unique aspect of which was the level of precision required to remove the press box while leaving its existing foundational podium intact. It was also recently named one of the 35 safest construction companies in the US by the Associated General Contractors of America, which honored NCM with its 2011 Construction Safety Excellence Award for its commitment to safety training and education as well as a strong safety record.
NCM is the nation’s premier provider of demolition and remediation services with 23 offices nationwide, more than 2,000 employees and more than $250 million in annual sales. With its expanded geographic reach and scope of services, NCM offers a single-source contracting option for all scales and complexities of environmental remediation and precision demolition projects, including plant decommissioning, abatement, commercial development services, and asset recovery. Well-capitalized and with a nationally-recognized safety record, NCM has one of the industry’s largest bonding capacities. This, and its three decades of on-the-ground expertise, allows NCM to serve even the largest and most complex commercial, industrial and government projects across the US. All of NCM’s services are provided through two separate operating entities. More information about the company, its extended capabilities, and more than one billion dollars in cumulative work, is available via the web at www.ncmgroup.com.
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