Tom Peterson is retired from the Port of Portland and brings over 40 year of experience in the industry.   During his tenure at the Port he was involved in a wide variety of projects, as an engineer, project manager, and 15 years as the director of engineering.  As a project manager he managed major construction projects at PDX and as the Engineering Director he was responsible for the Port’s multi-disciplined engineering and construction management staff, and overall responsibility for management of the Port’s capital construction program.  Tom graduated from Portland State University with a degree in electrical engineering.  

Tom Peterson | ​Owner Engagement

Seth Henderson is a principal at Urban Asset Advisors, a Portland based mixed-use, multifamily developer, where he fulfills the duties of vice president of project management. Seth brings more than twenty years of project management experience from public agency, high tech, healthcare, and multifamily residential projects, with experience as a general contractor, construction manager, owner’s representative, operations manager, and developer. A Certified Construction Manager (CCM) and Project Management Professional (PMP), Seth received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. 

​​Amy Fimbel, CCM | Treasurer, Past President

Jarin Carino is a Cost Engineer at Turner Construction. He is a graduate from the University of Portland with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Having started in Turner Portland's Special Projects Department (SPD) as a Field Engineer, Jarin possesses experience in both Field Management and Operational Finance. Jarin is currently studying to become a Construction Manager in Training (CMIT).

Jarin Carino | ​Student Engagement Co-Chair

Mike Houghten is a Senior Project Manager at Turner Construction Company and has over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry including industrial, residential, and commercial construction in Michigan, California, and Oregon.  As a CCM, Mike strives to foster a strong collaboration between the Owner and the General Contractor on each project and has found success in this model.  Mike has a B.S. in Construction Management from Ferris State University and an M.B.A. from Central Michigan University. 

​Kyle Williams | ​Vice President

Andre Tolme is a principal construction manager for Stantec.  He currently serves as the program construction manager for the Willamette Water Supply Program, a $1.2B program serving the Tualatin Valley Water District, the City of Hillsboro, and other regional water agencies in Washington County. Andre’s past project experience includes work on water storage reservoirs and dams, wastewater treatment facilities, water and sewer pipelines, hazardous waste remediation programs, and transportation and refinery projects.  He is a licensed civil engineer and his 20+ years of experience have come on projects in Oregon, Washington, and California.  Andre has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

Kyle Williams is a lead engineer and technical principal for engineering and quality management with WSP USA (WSP). Based in WSP’s Portland office, Kyle has led civil design and served as project manager for roadway, design-build, infrastructure, transit and rail projects. His most recent work has focused on design-build design management, on-site field engineering, construction quality assurance and inspection services for clients in Washington, Oregon and California. Kyle graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in civil engineering.

Amy Fimbel brings over twelve years of experience in the industry to her position as a project manager in TriMet’s Engineering and Construction Division. Amy joined TriMet in 2012 and played an integral part in the construction of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project which resulted in the new MAX Orange Line. Her focus has since turned to managing numerous “State of Good Repair” projects on TriMet’s existing system. Amy has a B.S. in Environmental Science from Elmira College and is a Certified Construction Manager (CCM).

Joe Morrissey, PE | ​Communications

​Greg Landau, PE, GE  | Secretary

Aldridge Lim is a staff engineer for Carollo Engineers and a recent graduate from University of Portland with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He possess exceptional communication skills, attention to detail, and can solve problems quickly and efficiently. Aldridge is a Construction Manager In Training (CMIT) working towards becoming a professional engineer and a Certified Construction Manager (CCM).

Greg Landau is an Associate Geotechnical Engineer at GeoEngineers, Inc. His 23-year career, including 15 years in Oregon, has focused on providing geotechnical engineering services for development, transportation and federal infrastructure projects. Greg is familiar with both the engineering and construction side of infrastructure projects, having previously served as an engineering project manager for a large heavy civil construction firm. Greg manages GeoEngineers’ Oregon geotechnical team and works and lives in the Portland-metro area. Greg received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and his M.S. in Civil Engineering (Geotechnical focus) from University of Washington. 

​Andre Tolme | Elections Chair

​​Seth Henderson | ​Professional Development

Joe Morrissey is a Principal Consultant / Department Manager at Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) and has over 12 years of construction and civil engineering experience. His project experience provides him a strong background in highly technical and tolerance critical concrete construction, in addition to mass concrete and concrete mix design and review. Joe has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology. 

Mike Houghten, CCM, LEED AP BD+C   | ​Membership

Aldridge Lim | ​Student Engagement

​​Sarah Espinosa | President

Sarah Espinosa is a project manager for TriMet Engineering and Construction Division. She is a professional civil engineer with 16 plus years of experience on projects in the Portland Metro area. Her project background includes design and construction of private development and small public works projects.  Planning, design and construction of large, multi-jurisdictional transportation projects is her current passion. Sarah has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Portland.