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Project Superintendent

1998 to Present:  KeyWay Corp.: 

Project Superintendent.  Numerous large scale multifamily apartment and senior housing projects; including Hampshire Downs Apts. Phase 2 (180  units); Dawson Station Condominiums (50 units); Commons at Sylvan Highlands (68 units); Lodges at Lake Salish (203 units); Sunflower Park Apartments (33 units); Mill Creek Apartments (78 units); Cedar Mill Crossing (600 units; remodel); Camas Ridge Apartments (51 units) for the Vancouver Housing Authority; Jarrett Street Lofts (30 units); The Residences at Cannery Square (101 units) in downtown Sherwood; the Franklin & Tucker Apartments (70 units) in Beaverton and the senior living facility Glenwood Lofts Apartments (83 units) in Vancouver; Macadam Apartments (64 units).


1996 to 1998:  Project Manager / Superintendent for Bowen Development: 

Several large scale multifamily apartment projects; including Summer Wood Apts. (152  units); Summer Wood Townhomes. (52 units).


1991 to 1996:  Project Superintendent for Greatwest Construction: 

Numerous large scale multifamily apartment projects; including Orchard Park Apts. (225  units); Tualatin View Apts. (150 units); Forest Run Apts. (300 units).


1989 to 1991:  Framing Foreman for Buck Corporation: 

Numerous large scale multifamily apartment projects for Keyway National Corporation; Stark Garden Apts. (152  units); Hogan Woods Apts. (100 units); Talbot Creek Apts. (122 units); and Park Creek Village Apts. (136 units).


1988 to 1989:  Painting Technician for Bill Wilder Painting: 

Numerous multifamily apartment projects.


1985 to 1988:  Ranch Foreman

1980 to 1984:  United States Army: 

162nd Infantry Division.

Steve Roberts joined KeyWay Corp. in 1998 as Project Superintendent and now has over 35 years of construction experience.  Steve has managed the general contracting field operations for numerous large scale multifamily apartments, senior housing and townhouse projects.  His dedication and loyalty is shown with a “first on the job and last to leave” approach.

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