About Kevin Henrie
I have been in construction for 20 years and know that it's evolving at a whole new pace. My first job was a laborer (15 years old) working for a residential demolition company. At 18 I worked for Blaine concrete pouring foundations in Park City. This is when I learned to build and pour quickly. I then worked for several small companies. I served a two year LDS mission in Ecuador, where I learned to speak Spanish which has helped tremendously in my construction career. Being able to accurately and respectfully communicate breaking the cultural difference barriers within our industry.
" I've been fortunate to have worked with men who love what they do. I plan on improving what they've taught me and my experience in the field".
Kevin Henrie's Experience
The LDS Conference Center project was a great learning experience for me as a 22 year old carpenter. I learned almost every phase on concrete building there was. We built 16 walls, radius walls, sogs, slab on metal decks. I also learned about cranes and safety at a higher level. I hired with Jacobsen on the main street parking garage and plaza. Daniel Henrie was my lead-man. Justin Santisevan was my partner. This was another huge project with multiple new challenges. One sided Efco walls,huge deck pours.
Kevins Spotlight Project's with Jacobsen
Rules Kevin Live's By Each Day:
Congatulations to Kevin on his current assignment and recent promotion
to General Foreman! He is currently working on the Neuroworx Rehabilitation Building Sandy, Utah.