Noah joined PJ Dick as a project manager in 2009 after 11 years in the construction industry. His project management skills include project budgeting, schedule development and monitoring, and team leadership. He is also adept at interfacing and coordinating work efforts with both client and subcontractor personnel. Project experience includes electrical and plumbing work for the 17th floor condominium at 3 PNC Plaza, the renovation/restoration of Bethany College’s Cochran Hall, and construction of the School of Business at Robert Morris University and the Frick Environmental Center.
Noah began his career working for a small, family-owned general contractor specializing in the new construction, renovation, and restoration of residential and light commercial facilities. He started his own general contracting, owner’s representative, and construction consulting firm in Montana after graduating from college.
A Penn State alumni, Noah holds a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering and Masters of Engineering, both with a Construction Management emphasis.