Brendan Morrow
Senior living expert found a love of construction as an apprentice
36, Director
The Weitz Co.

After first being exposed to the world of construction as an apprentice to his uncle on high-end residential general contracting projects, Brendan Morrow decided to pursue a career in the field. Soon after graduating from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Morrow joined The Weitz Co. and specialized in the senior-living market. Morrow's work in attracting Sun Health as a client directly led to five major projects. After moving from Florida to Arizona, he secured and built $25 million in landmark projects, including the Scottsdale Maravilla in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the Wigwam in Litchfield Park, Ariz. He is active with the Support Sky Harbor Coalition, the City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department and other groups.



Brent Moszeter
Embracing new ideas defines this engineer turned superintendent
39, Senior Project Superintendent

Soon after Oregon native Brent Moszeter graduated from Oregon State University with a degree in civil engineering, he was hired by Kitchell as a project engineer. While working on Saint Rose Dominican Hospital's Siena campus in Henderson, Nev., Moszeter switched career paths, becoming a superintendent.

"I challenge any other superintendent at any other company to be as innovative a builder," says Scott Root, head of Kitchell's Integrated Services division. "Brent is a 'new age' superintendent in that he embodies both sides of the construction management perspective."

One example of Moszeter's modern approach to being a project superintendent includes penning a jobsite blog so stakeholders can find out what is occurring on the job.