Nebraska-based construction company Kiewit has promoted Lance Wilhelm to senior VP of its Hawaii operations.
Wilhelm will be leaving his post as area manager, wherein he oversaw the company's Hawaii vertical building operations, which included the construction of the Trump Tower in Waikiki. In his new role, he will oversee lead market, industry, operations and community involvement in the region, as well as continue to play a significant role in the construction of the Honolulu Rapid Transit System.
“Lance is a great fit to lead our company’s efforts in this important state,” said Scott Cassels, executive vice president of Kiewit Corporation. “A 24-year veteran of Kiewit and the Hawaii construction industry, Wilhelm brings significant depth and experience to his expanded new role.”
He previously served as estimator, superintendent, project manager and business manager for for Kiewit.
He is also VP for the General Contractors Labor Association, chairman of the YMCA in Honolulu, vice chairman of the board of trustees at Kamehameha Schools and a board member for the Aloha Council, Boy Scouts of America, the West Oahu Economic Development Association, the National Association of General Contractors and the University of Hawaii Foundation.