Shimmick announced the promotion of Andy Sloane to President of Shimmick. With over three decades of valuable contributions to the company’s leadership team, Andy’s promotion marks a significant step forward to support Shimmick’s continued growth and success.
Since joining Shimmick in 1996, Andy has been integral to the company’s journey, steadily rising through the ranks in estimating, project management, and executive leadership, amassing extensive construction experience, primarily in water treatment, wastewater treatment, major transportation, and critical infrastructure projects. Andy’s experience includes managing several high-profile projects throughout Shimmick’s history, including the $173 million LA Metro Design-Build Orange Line project, the $206 million MWD Robert A. Skinner Ozone Retrofit project, and the $190 million MWD Robert Diemer Ozone Retrofit project. Throughout his career, Andy has played a crucial role in Southwest Division operations serving most recently as the executive sponsor for more than $1.8 billion of critical infrastructure projects and overseeing the estimating and execution of nearly $1 billion in water projects in southern California.
In his new role as President, Andy will be responsible for driving the overall performance of Shimmick’s operations, which encompasses its National, Northwest, Southwest, Electrical, and Legacy Foundations divisions, and the Safety and Equipment departments. His duties include setting short- and long-term operations goals, presiding over the operations workforce, and overseeing budgets and resource allocation to ensure all projects and the Safety and Equipment departments meet their objectives.
“We are thrilled to announce Andy Sloane’s promotion to President,” said Steve Richards, CEO of Shimmick. “His dedication, expertise, and commitment have been instrumental in shaping Shimmick’s success throughout the years. We are confident that under Andy’s capable leadership, Shimmick will continue to flourish.”