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Tim Graybeal joins Lydig Construction

— Lydig Construction, a premiere construction services provider with offices in Spokane, Kennewick and Bellevue, has hired Tim Graybeal, P.E. DBIA as Project Manager. His resume includes extensive experience in alternative delivery method projects, and his focus will be on developing and delivering integrated preconstruction services through GC/CM and Design-Build project delivery methods. With Alternative Project Delivery accounting for an increasing number of all capital projects in Washington State, this move positions Lydig at the top of the industry for the ability to provide these services.

Graybeal is a licensed professional engineer and brings to Lydig an 18-year career in design and design management. In 2013, he was appointed to the Project Review Committee of the Washington State Capital Projects Advisory Review Board, where he advises on matters relating to alternative project delivery models. He is a designated Design-Build Professional and is the founding President of the Inland Northwest Chapter of the Design Build Institute of America, and continues to serve on the Board of Directors as past President.

Graybeal is also a 2013 graduate of the Emerging Leaders programs at Gonzaga University and is serving the class of 2015 as a leadership mentor. He also serves the Gonzaga Center for Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship as a member of the Design Advisory Board.

Lydig Construction's Design-Build project history includes many unique projects, such as the SGL Automotive Carbon Fiber Manufacturing Phase 3 project in Moses Lake Washington, the $190M Coyote Ridge Correctional Center in Connell, Washington, the Thomas S. Foley U.S. Courthouse Modernization and the Washington State University Wine Science Center located on their Tri-Cities campus. Visit lydig.com to learn more.

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