Shane earned a B.S. in Engineering from Montana State University and an Associate Constructor (AC) Certification from the American Institute of Constructors. He has more than 30 years of experience in construction with an emphasis in educational, institutional, and public agency facilities. One of the founders of Hulteng CCM, Inc., Shane is an expert in the Alternative Project Delivery Contracts and specializes in GCCM program within the public domain. Under his leadership, the company has achieved unparalleled expertise in school bond and building reserve projects across Montana and Wyoming. In total, the company has successfully managed over $1 billion in public and private projects.
A lifelong Montanan, Andy brings nearly 30 years of construction expertise to bear in various different market sectors. Throughout the course of his career he has been able to successfully guide projects both large and small to successful outcomes. A Montana native, Andy studied Earth Science at Montana State University. His broad spectrum of construction experience spans several different sectors of the commercial construction market, including retail, hospitality, industrial, medical, and educational projects throughout the United States. Andy has worked in a variety of roles throughout his career, ranging from Project Superintendent in the field to Senior Project Manager. His diverse skill set enables him to oversee large, complex projects to successful outcomes. Andy is as comfortable talking nuts and bolts with a Field Superintendent as he is overseeing and managing multimillion dollar budgets as an Owner’s Construction Representative.
Carla studied Business Administration and worked for a large corporation in Texas before relocating to Montana. Carla is an expert in project management, insurance requirements, pay applications, lien releases, change orders and all project documentation. She oversees the company’s day-to-day operations and is a member of the Executive Team.
A Missoula native, Tyson Watson has a BS in Engineering from Montana Tech. Tyson’s expertise is in commercial construction, and every project he has worked on has been completed on time and within budget. Over his career, Tyson has served as office and field engineer, project engineer, estimator and project manager. He has experience across a wide array of projects, including higher education facilities, K-12 schools, municipal buildings, a state prison, airports, federal laboratories, pharmaceutical campus work, and within healthcare facilities. Tyson’s specialties include cost estimating, preconstruction services, construction administration and scheduling. Tyson enjoys working together with all members of the project team for the common goal of delivering a successful project.
Rich Whitney has more than 35 years of experience in all phases of construction management and facilities oversight. For 15 years, Rich served as the Facilities Administrator for Billings Public School District #2. During that time, Rich oversaw the completion of more than $100 million in construction projects. Moreover, 29 of 31 schools earned EPA ENERGY STAR status, placing them in the top 25 percent of energy efficient schools nationwide and generating an annual utility savings of more than $650,000. A Montana native, Rich holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Montana State University.