The Hagerman Group Adds to Team

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Fishers-based The Hagerman Group has named Steve Meier (pictured) senior estimator in the Fishers office. He is responsible for overall project estimates as well as leadership and mentoring to entry-level estimators. In addition, Meier has 18 years in the construction industry.

Brad Neuhaus has been promoted to a senior project manager in the Fort Wayne office. He has more than two decades of construction experience. Throughout his career, Neuhaus has managed a range of project types, from healthcare to education to industrial.

Bob Louzon has joined the firm as a senior superintendent, bringing with him more than 40 years of experience. He is a team leader with a history of successful projects in retail, industrial, healthcare, educational and commercial to institutional projects.

Bill Spitler (pictured) has been named a senior project manager based in the Fishers office. He is an experienced construction manager who has worked in the architecture, engineering and construction industry for 37 years.

Hank Dragon, Kevin Stark and Ian Wooten have joined Hagerman’s Fishers office as project engineers. Dragon has a bachelor of science in civil engineering from West Virginia University and two years of experience working for a national construction company. Stark was an intern during his junior year at Purdue University, where he received a bachelor of science in building construction management. Upon graduation, he worked as a project engineer in St. Petersburg, Florida. Wooten has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture, agriculture operations and agricultural economics from Purdue University. After working for Consolidated Grain and Barge Co. and overseeing construction of the Cincinnati terminals, he realized he had a passion for construction and joined The Hagerman Group.

The firm has named Jill Pursell project coordinator based in the Fishers office. Her responsibilities include working closely with project managers and project executives to prepare comprehensive action plans, including resources, timeframes and budgets.

Joe Humbert has been named as a project estimator. He will work closely with the chief estimating officer and senior estimators to assemble accurate, well-organized estimates and provide detailed quantity take-offs. Humbert has five years of experience in the construction industry with a focus on cost estimating and project management.

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