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Kevin Lee holds a accounting degree from University of Maryland Baltimore County and has been with Spectrum Inc. for over 4 years. Kevin is committed to his craft and has helped manage the growth of Spectrum with his aptitude for accounting.
Kevin is married with 2 lovely daughters and lives in Vienna, VA.
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Brian Pasek first discovered his interest in the construction field after high school by working as a laborer in several trades building custom homes in Telluride, Colorado. He would then go on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Construction Management with Minors in Mathematics and Physics from Eastern Michigan University. Since his introduction to the trade, Brian has worked and participated in many aspects of the industry, from Field Work and Supervision to Project Management and Estimating. At Spectrum, Brian held a leading role with the Estimating team as a Senior Estimator and has now entered a new role as the Vice President. His background in the industry has provided Spectrum with valuable knowledge and experience.
Brian met his wife Lauren while attending Eastern Michigan University. They have resided in Ashburn, Virginia since moving to the state in 2006. Both Lauren and Brian have an affinity for musical performance and continue this interest by volunteering in the music programs at local churches and schools.
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Tommy Hinerman’s professional career began in a small town in West Virginia at the age of 13, where he attended a vocational school and worked for his grandfather as an auto mechanic. Throughout his 38 years of construction experience, Tommy held roles of a Foreman, Welder and Superintendent for small to mid-sized companies. He joined Spectrum in 2002 as a Superintendent and immediately proved himself, quickly earning a promotion to Senior Project Manager. He now serves as the Vice President of Spectrum and continues to deliver quality workmanship, leading to repeat business and high customer satisfaction ratings.
Tommy is a devoted husband of 34 years to his wife, Lynnmarie and father to son, Austin who attends West Virginia University. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family.
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George Hefner holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. Spending over 35 years in varied roles throughout the construction industry, George recognized that he thrived in an entrepreneurial and results-driven atmosphere. He then founded Spectrum Inc. General Contracting on March 1, 1999. Spectrum Inc. is committed to being noticeably different and its culture recognizes that quality work is inspired and demanded by quality clients.
George and his wife Paula have been married and Virginia residents for over thirty years. Their three children serve their communities and nation as nurses, doctors and Marines.
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Resolution Economics is a leading provider of litigation consulting services in Washington, DC. The new office features an upgraded lighting package and open, industrial ceilings. Glass doors and open workstations throughout encourage continuous collaboration.
Spectrum built-out 32,000 square foot of new tenant office space on two floors. Scope of work includes window furnishings, fabric wrapped panels, operable partitions and inner connecting stairway with custom glass and handrail system. Spectrum was creative in finding a solution to be able to stock the steel beams for the stairs structural support by removing select windows and relocating existing steel supports and then finding the correct size crane to work with existing area surroundings.
One of the top-rated Malpractice Law Firms in the area selected Spectrum to build- out their high -end law firm suite. While on a fast track schedule we were able to provide a high- quality finished product that included flawless Swedish millwork package, beautiful bamboo floors & vintage pendant light fixtures with Edison bulbs. The project also included close coordination and design of the chilled beam mechanical system.
This modern office was transformed to include full built-in shelving, polished concrete and an open ceiling concept. The new workspace also features custom black aluminum frames and stain grade wood doors. Custom millwork required careful color coordination to maintain correct fit and pattern.
This 10,400 sf office space was designed to accommodate sister companies with distinct workspace needs. Two divergent wings are connected in the center through a centralized café, conference room, and a front reception area. Overlapping arched ceilings throughout provide a classical form that is introduced in a modern way. The design team’s detailed planning ensured that CORDIA received a sophisticated upgrade, while remaining within budget through careful value engineering.