Construction Services Firm Hires New Senior Project Manager

KAI 360 Construction Services recently announced that it has hired a new Senior Project Manager for its office in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, according to a news release. Wenguel Yohannes, AIA, NOMA, will oversee building design and construction program management initiatives across the lifespan of a project while maintaining both high-quality standards and client satisfaction. She has previously served as a Construction Manager for Alamo Manhattan and an Associate Principal and Sr. Project Architect at Page Southerland Page.

“We are thrilled to welcome Wenguel to our firm,” said Bruce L. Wood, PE, KAI 360 CS President. “Her deep-rooted industry experience, coupled with her leadership roles in prominent industry organizations, perfectly aligns with our commitment to excellence and innovation in building design, construction and program management.”

Yohannes has more than 16 years in architecture, project management, and construction management experience. Her blend of technical knowledge, design proficiency, and project management skills stretches across verticals like healthcare, higher education, cultural centers, hospitality centers, and more. Projects from her portfolio include the Greenhill School Marshall Family Performing Arts Center in Addison, Texas; the University of Texas at Dallas Brain Performance Institute; the Collin College Wylie Campus in Wylie, Texas; and more. She has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington, the news release reports.

“I am honored to join the team at KAI 360 CS and excited about the opportunity to contribute to its continued success,” said Yohannes. “I look forward to leveraging my expertise and industry connections to lead impactful projects that exceed client expectations and contribute to the firm's growth and reputation.”

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