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Spotlight: Ryan Hogan


Ryan is a Project Manager here at Sierra. Starting at Sierra in 2012 after graduating from the University of Washington, Ryan came on as a Project Engineer. Over the past 5 years Ryan has grown to become a Project Manager and has taken on large scale, concrete-specialty projects, including the Stryker Business Center and multiple concrete-only subcontractor projects for Sierra. Ryan is currently the Project Manager for the three story, 589,615 square foot distribution and industrial project, Prologis Georgetown Crossroads.

What is your favorite part of working at Sierra? It’s a new challenge every day. Certain times can be stressful, but it is rarely ever boring.

What has been your favorite project so far? The Bel-Kirk Hub Building. It’s something challenging and different from what I typically do. And it just might be the world’s most expensive coffee shop.

What brought you to Sierra? I used to work for a local airplane manufacturer and wanted a change from the large corporate atmosphere. After I got my degree, Sierra was one of the first companies to offer me a job. Seemed like a good fit.

If you weren't in construction, what would you be doing? In another life, I could have been a professional skeet shooter.

What is one thing you couldn't live without? Either my winning personality or rugged good looks. At least that is what I’m told.

What are your favorite colors? Black & Gold, duh. (Go Steelers!!)

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Project Update: Ridgefield Commerce Center
Project Updates
Project Update: Ridgefield Commerce Center

Sierra’s tilt crew and NessCampbell Crane recently completed erecting the wall panels at Ridgefield Commerce Center. The 117,000 square foot Class A industri...

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