Rosendin’s expansion into Boise, ID comes because of increased demand for high-tech infrastructure as the region continues to appeal to large technology, commercial, and healthcare companies. Having a dedicated team in Boise puts Rosendin at the forefront as the Treasure Valley grows.
Dustin McIntosh, Rosendin Senior Project Manager, will lead projects and regional business development. Dustin brings over 20 years of experience guiding construction teams that completed landmark buildings, including the 9-story San Francisco General Hospital, the 47-story Park Tower office building at Transbay, and a scientific research campus in Northern California.
“As a 104-year-old company of being a trusted construction partner that supports community organizations where we live and work,” said McIntosh. “Our Boise office is already working with schools to develop workforce training programs and a skilled trades camp for kids while deepening our relationship with Boise State University’s Construction Management program and our first summer intern at the local office.”
“We are pleased to be part of the region’s expansion as it continues to develop economically and structurally with infrastructure projects that shape it’s future” stated Robert John, Division Manager.
Rosendin is also partnering with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 291 to offer career training and apprenticeships at the IBEW’s Southwestern Idaho Electrical Training Center, and with the ACE Mentorship program to educate high school students about jobs in the trades.