2004 to Present: KeyWay Corp.:
Project Superintendent. Projects include Thortex Inc. manufacturing & office; Airport Way Commons tilt-up warehouses & office flex space; Sunflower Park Apts.; Oak Tree Apts. Phase 2; Hawks Ridge Apts.; Springbrook Apts. exterior remodel; Raleigh Firs Apts. exterior deck replacement & bridge repair; Camas Ridge Apts.; Flagstone Senior Living addition; Stone Ridge Apts. remodel; Miraflores Apts.; Kinnaman Crossing Apts.; Cannery Square Apts.; D-Street Village Apts.; Rock Creek Ridge Apts.; Boom Fitness parking lot; Creekside Apts. exterior remodel; multiple tenant improvements.
2000 to 2003: Aspen West Contractors:
Framing & concrete carpenter. Performed carpentry and general construction activities for concrete tilt-ups; Durham Business Park; Bridgeport Business Center; Redwood Commons Apartments; Russellville Assisted Living Phase 2.
1998 to 2000: Mark Bush Construction:
Carpenter. Pacific Detroit Diesel; Francis Xavier; numerous residential concrete jobs.
1992 to 1995: Yorke & Curtis Construction:
Carpenter. Oswego Lake Country Club remodel; Smurfit Recycling Center; Hillside House Assisted Living; Christie School; Eastern Oregon Fast Freight warehouse; Allen Business Center.
1987 to 91; 1996 to 98; 1992: Mega Pacific:
Framing & concrete carpenter. Performed general construction activities for multiple commercial & residential projects. Tasks included concrete forming, placing and finishing. Projects include White G.M.C.; Lincoln Properties Business Center; Leatherman Tool; Holiday Inn Express; Burns Bros. Truck Stop; Benchmade Knives; Prairie Electric; Elixer Plastics; Marriott Flight Kitchen.
Randy Kawamoto joined the field management staff of KeyWay Corp. in 2003 as a framing & concrete carpenter, foreman and assistant Superintendent, providing a wide range of multi-skilled, hands-on field experience in light commercial, multifamily apartments, senior living facilities in new, remodel & additions construction; including tilt-up warehouses/manufacturing facilities and tenant improvements. Randy has since been promoted to Project Superintendent.