Addition of Jim Golden helps company meet growing demand for design-build services
St. Petersburg, Fla. (April 9, 2014) — To keep up with growing demand for its design-build services, P.J. Callaghan Construction has hired Jim Golden as its first in-house architect.
“Jim brings an important new perspective and a depth of experience – he’s already started on several new projects,” said Tobin Robeck, vice president with P.J. Callaghan. “We’ve long had a drafting department in-house, but adding an architect helps further streamline processes – and Jim’s experience fits well with our endeavor to always produce superior finished products.”
As P.J. Callaghan’s clients increasingly request design-build work, bringing in an experienced architect was a natural step. As just one benefit, having an architect on staff allows plans to be finalized in-house, saving clients’ time and money.
Previously, Golden was an architect with Tampa-based Robinson Green Beretta, working predominantly on commercial projects such as corporate offices and service facilities – which aligns well with the commercial construction projects that are a key focus of P.J. Callaghan.
About P.J. Callaghan Construction:
Founded in 1948, P.J. Callaghan Construction is a multi-generational, family-run general contracting firm focused solely on commercial construction. P.J. Callaghan’s success was built on developing lasting relationships with its customers and partners, some of whom the company has worked with for decades. While the company specializes in pre-engineered metal buildings, it also offers such other services as general contracting, design-build, construction management, and facility maintenance. For more information, visit www.pjcallaghan.com.