Haydon Building Corp hires Bryan Bernardo and Mike Norburg to lead multi-family sector

March 5, 2020

Haydon Building Corp, one of the leading general contractors in the Southwest hires Bryan Bernardo as Multi-Family Market Sector Leader and Mike Norburg as Building Division Senior Project uperintendent. In these new roles, Bryan and Mike will partner to lead the company’s efforts in furthering their multi-family and senior living market sectors.

 

Bernardo brings over 30 years of management and leadership experience across several markets. He has extensive proficiency on driving strategy, financial viability, and vision. Most recently as Vice President for Kitchell, he provided overall leadership and direction for specific market sector operations in order to deliver profitability and strategic growth. Bernardo also previously spent 25 years working for Weitz Company, where he went from intern to Vice President and Managing Officer of their Phoenix location.

 

“I’ve worked on senior living and multi-family projects throughout the course of my entire career. My passion is working through the construction process and seeing the end result that is utilized by people who need it most,” said Bernardo. “It’s exciting to be able to help this team at Haydon move forward and diversify into this new market sector.”

 

“The addition of Bryan and Mike to our team brings decades of experience which will have an immediate impact on our current building division,” said Katie Haydon Perry, executive vice president of Haydon Building Corp. “They have a wealth of knowledge in this market sector, a career full of industry relationships, and are a great addition to Haydon’s culture.”

 

Norburg brings over 28 years of industry experience pertaining to multi-family and residential building. He has extensive expertise in developing standard operating procedures, while also bringing his passion for mentorship, employee development and career advancement to Haydon. Most recently as the General Superintendent for A.R. Mays Construction, he worked closely with all members of the project team throughout the course of large-scale projects.

 

“I believe in the power that people hold to move an organization forward. Owning my own framing business and working in various managerial positions over the years has led me to uncover my passion for mentorship and staff development,” said Norburg. “All of which will help further our foothold in the multi-family market sector.”

 

With their combined expertise at the helm of Haydon's new multi-family sector, the company is positioned well for growth in this market.

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