Phoenix-based Stevens-Leinweber Construction (SLC) has hired industry veteran Curtis Holbrook, marking the latest expansion of the company’s rapidly growing ground-up construction division.
Holbrook brings more than two decades of experience to his new role, where he will oversee key ground-up industrial projects for SLC and contribute to the overall growth of the company’s ground-up division with expertise in healthcare, office, retail and hospitality construction.
“Curtis is a well-rounded leader with a proven ability to manage and deliver the highest quality construction experience,” said SLC President and CEO Jamie Godwin. “He is also greatly respected and trusted – attributes that we place a high value on, and that will pave the way for his seamless transition into our job pipeline. We are excited for the new opportunities that Curtis brings for the growth and diversity of our ground-up division.”
Since its inception in 2017, SLC’s ground-up construction division has delivered more than 3.5 million square feet of space, most recently through buildings at PV303 and Tolleson Commerce Park, the new Chandler Corporate Center II office development and tenant improvements for Ball, Boeing, Georgia Pacific, HD Supply, MLILY, MiTek and XPO. This activity complements the company’s market-leading footprint in the office tenant improvement sector.
Holbrook joins SLC from more than 20 years at Layton Construction Co. Across his career, he has directed a range of landmark projects including the $250 million White Claw manufacturing center in Glendale, Arizona, the new 644,000-square-foot Ferrero USA warehouse project in Goodyear, Arizona, the Mesa Arts Center in Mesa, Arizona, the Las Tiendas Village retail development in Chandler, Arizona, and the luxury Montage Deer Valley resort in Park City, Utah.
Holbrook is OSHA 30 certified, a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) with the American Hospital Association and member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE).