When he was in kindergarten, Evan Premschak met Larry Ames’ wife, who worked as an aid in the classroom. That connection led to summer jobs at Bemas when he was in high school, and after college, a permanent position, starting as an assistant project manager on a big highway job in North Dakota for about six months in 2011.
With a degree in Civil Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Evan was skilled at project design. The Spokane native relishes taking a project from start to finish, and says he bids and manages projects every single day. Because Bemas is still small enough to let its management team take ownership of projects, he starts by developing client relationships and finding work, then bids jobs and schedules crews and equipment on the projects he wins. That can include heavy highway work out of state or residential jobs in the Denver area.
At Bemas, there isn’t much of a hierarchy; everyone works in the field. Evan appreciates the collaborative attitude of management and likes the team mentality and family atmosphere. With three young children at home, he spends as much time as possible with his wife and family, camping, boating, or doing other family activities.Meet More of Us