Dana Fetrow
Brings broad knowledge of construction to clients
37, Managing Consultant
Spire Consulting Group LLC
San Francisco


Before Dana Fetrow turned to consulting, he explored a variety of construction industry jobs, including design engineer, construction manager, cost estimator, scheduler and claims analyst. When he joined Spire Consulting Group, he brought that range of experience to his new role, helping clients navigate today's construction environment. At Spire, he created a comprehensive project management process that includes quality assurance, budget management and schedule control procedures. For clients, he analyzes existing program management systems and project controls processes and helps make their systems more efficient. Fetrow also is active in Habitat for Humanity and has organized pro bono construction projects for the underprivileged in the San Francisco Bay Area, including at soup kitchens, children's shelters and schools.




Casey D. Graham
Earned managerial duties before he reached his 20s
35, Project Superintendent
S.A. Healy/Impregilo
Long Beach


Casey Graham got his first hands-on experience with machinery as a child. Graham grew up on a farm in rural Mississippi and worked long hours tending land, raising cattle and operating machinery that he learned to fix himself. At 15, he landed a job as a crane operator. Before his 20th birthday, he had progressed to foreman, superintendent and area manager. In 2009 he served as marine superintendent for the Nevada Lake Mead Intake No. 3 and was responsible for extensive underwater excavation to prepare the lake bed for an intake structure set with 12,000 cu yd of continuous-pour tremie concrete. That project concluded in March 2012. Graham now is a project superintendent with S.A. Healey, overseeing construction of the new $1-billion Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement project in Long Beach, which is scheduled for completion in 2016.




Greg Hadsell
Former intelligence officer helps expand firm's research portfolio
36, Associate
HDR Architecture
San Francisco


Greg Hadsell began his career as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. After completing his service, he became a California licensed architect. In 2007 he joined HDR Architecture, as part of a small team that the firm says was recruited to establish and expand the San Francisco office in science, health care and technology markets. Hadsell's work in medical-research design over the last 12 months includes such projects as the 2-million-sq-ft Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's planned new second campus in Alameda, the 140,000-sq-ft FermiLab Long Baseline Neutrino Experiment project in South Dakota and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory's 82,000-sq-ft Linac Coherent Light Source II in Menlo Park. Hadsell also has shown a commitment to the profession by serving as a mentor with the AIA of San Francisco Chapter mentorship program.




Marceid DeAngelo Hatcher
Made a positive impression on clients and young professionals
30, Project Engineer
Turner Construction Co.


Marceid DeAngelo Hatcher made an impression at Turner Construction shortly after joining the company in 2006. Right out of college, he worked as an engineer on large projects for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) with budgets ranging from $86 million to $130 million. On those projects, he created and implemented a quality assurance/quality control system that played a key role in a project's being finished 10 weeks ahead of schedule. As a result, LAUSD implemented a specification requirement for all general contractors to have QA/QC programs with assigned personnel for future projects. In 2011 Hatcher co-founded Team Bright Life, a group that introduces young professionals to "life outside the box." The group focuses on health and wellness, arts and culture and professional development. He also participates in the Architecture, Construction and Engineering Mentor Program. In 2012 Hatcher was recognized by the Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals in its second annual Men of Honor program.