A growing pipeline of ground-up and tenant improvement business – combined with ongoing COVID-related precautions – has prompted Stevens-Leinweber Construction (SLC) to create a new in-house position focused on quality control and safety.
SLC team member Terry Pagano has been promoted from Superintendent to Quality Assurance Manager to assume the new role.
“The quality and safety requirements of today’s construction industry are evolving quickly. This new position puts Stevens-Leinweber ahead of that curve – helping us manage everything from our response to the current COVID pandemic to our long-term integration of technology and our ability to capitalize on market expansion opportunities,” said SLC President and CEO Jamie Godwin. “Terry brings a tremendous attention to detail and a strong understanding of process improvement to this new role. His skills will be a notable asset in the months and years ahead.”
In his new position, Pagano develops standardized quality plans for SLC and oversees their implementation based on each job’s specific requirements. He is also taking on progressive responsibility for SLC’s safety initiatives. This includes creating official COVID-related plans ranging from facemask, hygiene and temperature screening policies to job site sign-in protocols that support effective tracking and tracing.
Pagano additionally serves as an in-house resource for employees, providing guidance on COVID self-monitoring and testing.
Prior to joining SLC, Pagano served in roles including Engineering Manager, Manager of Product Engineering, Senior Engineer and Mechanical Engineer for numerous regional and national and international companies. He also owned and operated his own construction company, servicing both commercial and residential customers.
Pagano holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton.