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Employee Spotlight: Andrew Repass


Andy Repass came to Sierra in 2014, bringing with him years of experience in the industrial field; and warehouses are his favorite project type. “I like building warehouses. I find them interesting; there is a lot of mechanical and electrical coordination.” His resume includes work from cold storage warehouses to complex distribution centers. Some of Andy’s project highlights at Sierra include Building 1 at Hogum Bay Logistics and Phase 1 and 2 of the Powdermill Business Center.

Tell us something that might surprise us about you.

After college I worked as a forester for about 4 years. Most days I was out in the woods setting up timber sales. I worked for Longview Fibre and the Washington DNR in several locations; Leavenworth, Sedro Woolley, Arlington and Darrington. Also, I can do a cartwheel.

What is your favorite type of food / What can’t you resist?

My wife is an awesome cook, so I like everything she makes. She has a new cook book by Joanna Gaines (fixer upper); Shes been making the enchiladas and biscuits and gravy. Both delicious; I totally pig out on both dishes.

Where is your favorite place to be?

Boating with my wife. On a nice summer morning we get up early and put our boat in the water; we bring our coffee and a snack and enjoy the morning sun. We have 16’ Boston Whaler, which is easy to launch, so we’re on the water in no time.

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KCLS Ready To Start Kenmore Library
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KCLS Ready To Start Kenmore Library

The King County Library System is breaking ground Tuesday on its $10.49 million Kenmore Library. The 9,500 square-foot branch is being built by Sierra Construct...

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