Mosaic Construction announced the addition of Neil Power as production manager and Jared Maurer as project manager. They will also serve sister companies Design Construction Concepts and Cannabis Facility Construction.
Power brings more than 20 years of experience successfully delivering a wide variety of public and private sector commercial and residential projects, including restoration, mid-rise multifamily developments, and new construction luxury single family homes.
In his role as production manager for Mosaic Construction and their sister brand, Design Construction Concepts, Power will focus on office build-outs, non-profit projects, window and roof replacements, as well as residential kitchens, bathrooms, exteriors and whole home remodels.
“Neil’s positive attitude, coupled with a career-long focus on project management steeped in trust and integrity putting client satisfaction at the center of his role, makes him an ideal fit for our team,” said Ira Singer, principal at Mosaic Construction.
Maurer has more than 15 years of industry experience as a builder, designer and owner’s representative. After earning his undergraduate degree in architecture, he worked for architecture firms in Pittsburgh and Wilmington, North Carolina, designing single-family homes and small commercial facilities. In 2011, he shifted his career to leading design-build construction projects in the high-end residential, secondary education and commercial sectors.
In his role as project manager, Maurer will be working on Mosaic Construction’s Cannabis Facility Construction brand and be responsible for all cannabis specific retail dispensaries, processing centers and cultivation facilities, both locally and nationally.
“Jared’s focus on realizing each client’s design intent, foreseeing use and maintenance of the final project, and developing relationships with trade partners are qualities we value and know will make a great impact on our business,” said Singer. “We’re looking forward to having both Neil and Jared on our team as we continue to grow to meet the demands of a busy design-build renovation market.”