Mortenson Grows Infrastructure Team in Denver

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Mortenson adds six new team members to the infrastructure group.

Mortenson announces the addition of several new team members who bring valuable knowledge and experience to further develop the capabilities of its infrastructure group. The Denver Infrastructure Group offers capabilities including earthwork, utilities, urban drainage, and concrete paving to Mortenson’s customers and partners in the Rocky Mountain region.

Josh Williams, construction executive, and Max Brandt, business development manager, join the Denver Office from Mortenson’s Minneapolis office. Williams brings additional support and focus to manage the team, while Brandt enhances the project development efforts. The team also includes Brent Sampson, senior project manager, Bruce Spott and Brian Nelson, superintendents, and Sean O’Grady, project engineer.

Currently, the group is leading the infrastructure construction for Sterling Ranch, a 3,400-acre development in Douglas County, continuing work on the RTD Iliff Transit Oriented Development Station in Aurora and performing earthwork utilities, and drainage work for Denver Water’s Operation Complex.

“Leveraging 14 years of civil and infrastructure experience in the Front Range, our infrastructure business is growing and brings added value to our customers and partners” said Maja Rosenquist, vice president and general manager for the group. “Mortenson is pleased to enhance our Denver office with the growth of this team,” she continued.

About Mortenson Construction
Serving Colorado for 35 years, Mortenson is a U.S.-based, family-owned construction and development services company. As one of the nation's top builders, Mortenson provides a complete range of construction services, including planning, program management, preconstruction, general contracting, construction management and design-build. The company also is a leader in real estate development, developing all asset types.

Mortenson has operations across North America with offices in Denver, Chicago, Iowa City, Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Portland, Oregon, San Antonio, Seattle and Winnipeg. For more information, visit

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