|Jan 22, 2020,|
|Jim Murphy & Associates|
Three New-Hires at JMA
Jim Murphy & Associates has added three new employees to their construction team.
Jim Bohn has joined JMA’s construction management team as a Superintendent. Jim has 41 years in the construction field supervising many types of projects, including commercial, residential, public works projects and remodeling. Before joining JMA Jim worked as a Superintendent throughout the North Bay supervising residential design-build projects, remodeling and repairs.
Bill Bame has also joined JMA’s construction management team as a Superintendent. Bill has over 20 years of North Bay construction experience as a Superintendent for residential and commercial projects, including wineries. Bill was also a trucking owner operator and served in the United States Navy’s submarine fleet.
Jill O’Connor joins JMA’s project management team as an Assistant Project Manager. Jill is one in a team of eight that conduct the company’s construction operations in estimating and fiscal project management. Prior to JMA, Jill was an Assistant Project Manager and Estimator for LeDuc & Dexter Plumbing contractors.
Jim Murphy & Associates
Jim Murphy & Associates (JMA) is a residential and commercial construction company based in Santa Rosa, CA. In business since 1976, JMA specializes in building and remodeling distinctive custom homes and commercial projects including: winery facilities, office buildings, hospitality facilities including resorts, restaurants, industrial buildings, medical and dental offices, light retail construction, among others. Commercial clients have included American AgCredit, Exchange Bank, AltaPacific Bank, Peterson Tractor, Clos du Bois Winery, Paul Hobbs Winery, Williams Selyem Winery, Three Sticks Wines, Stewart Cellars, Sonoma Country Day School, Sonoma Academy, Auberge Resorts, The Tides Restaurant, Pediatric Dental Initiative, and Redwood Regional Oncology Center. For more information about JMA visit www.j-m-a.com.
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