News May, 2017:SCI Recognized at CCS Awards CelebrationOn May 4, 2017 SCI was awarded the CCS Safety Achievement Award and the Zero Injury Award for having zero injuries in 2016. April, 2017: Six Team Members Earn CertificationsSCI is proud to support its Team Members. We want to congratulate Bobby Reeser and John Byers for completing Ivy Tech's Welding Course and earning their 3G & 4G welding certifications . We also want to congratulate Dustin Hampshire, Doug Miller, Dalton Packard, and Tom Pritts for completing the course and earning their 3G welding certification.SCI Gives Back on Earth DaySteinberger Construction selected the River Bluff Trail as our Earth Day project. Several of our Team Members and their families set aside their morning on Saturday, April 22nd to gravel the entrance to the Sims Connector Trail and place some large rocks in the area, as well as cut back brush from the trail where Hervey Trail & River Bluff Trail intersect. We also walked the trail and cleaned up truck loads of trash and disposed of it properly. Afterwards, our Team gathered for a small cookout and enjoyed carousel rides on the Cass County Dentzel Carousel. October, 2016 SCI undergoes several exciting changes. Matt Lewellen is appointed as Steinberger Construction’s new President effective October 1st, 2016. Matt Lewellen has been with Steinberger Construction since 2003. Since then he has served as project manager, Vice President of Operations, and Vice President of Sales. In 2016, Matt moved into his current position as our company President and currently oversees all aspects of Steinberger. Matt majored in marketing and business management at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville. He is an accredited professional with the United States Green Building Council and is OSHA30, CPR and First Aid certified. Matt currently serves on the Coalition for Construction Safety (CCS) Board of Directors, the Southeastern School Board of Trustees, the Logansport Redevelopment Commission, the Cass/Logansport Economic Development Organization, the Revolution Community Church Board of Directors, the Cass County Community Foundation and the United Way. On October 1st Paul Linback is promoted to VP of Business Development and Brant Myers is promoted to Service Department Manager. Paul is responsible for sales and business development for Steinberger Construction. He has been with the company since 1995. In the past 22 years, Paul has worked his way up through the field, serving as a supervisor prior to settling into the business development role in 2009. Paul is OSHA-30, CPR and First Aid certified. He is active in the Greater Lafayette Area Safety Council (GLASC), the Indiana Subcontractor Association (ISA), the United Way of Cass County and he is the treasurer for the Logansport Memorial Hospital Foundation. Brant Myers has been with Steinberger Construction since 2004 and a supervisor since 2005. In 2016, Brant was promoted to Service Department Manager. He has 22 years of experience in commercial, residential and industrial construction. Brant has been a LEED AP since 2008 and is certified in OSHA-30, CPR and First Aid. Brant has supervised jobs for some of the company’s largest clients including, Caterpillar and Subaru and now serves those same clients in a different role. On October 31st Kimberly Pearson is promoted to SCI’s new Director of Employee Engagement & Wellness. Kimberly came to Steinberger Construction in 2015 as an administrative assistant with a certificate in medical office management. She then combined roles with Health and Wellness using her experience as a Hospital Corpsman in the U.S. Navy and an A.A.S. degree in Healthcare Support. In 2016, she also took on the position of Employee Engagement Director and works with members of the SCI team on an individual basis to develop their educational goals and career pathways. Kimberly is CPR/First Aid and AED certified and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, American Legion Post 60 and VFW Post 3790.