Findorff team members play a significant role in the Company’s success, both on the job and in the community. Join us in congratulating three of our team members who were recently promoted to Senior Project Manager.
Mike Luther: Mike brings 14 years of industry experience to his new role as Senior Project Manager. He began his career as an intern, joining Findorff after graduating from UW-Madison with a Civil Engineering degree. During his career at Findorff, Mike has been involved in the building and renovations of 30 ORs with various health systems including UW Health at The American Center and the American Family Children's Hospital. He is currently working on the SSM Health South Madison Campus project. Mike lives in Stoughton with his wife, Jennifer, son, Brecken, and red lab, Arie.
Mike Stern: Mike started as an intern with Findorff while attending Marquette University and joined the Company as a Project Engineer after earning his degree in Civil Engineering. He has managed several prominent Milwaukee-area projects including The Moderne, the ProHealth Mukwonago Hospital expansion, The Commons at Marquette University, as well as Marquette's new College of Business Administration—his alma mater. He has been on the Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee (AGC-GM) Board of Directors since 2018 and currently serves as the AGC-GM's president. Mike lives in Pewaukee with his wife, Kari, and three kids, Madison, Mackenzie, and Elliot.
Peter Saindon: Peter earned his degree in Civil Engineering from UW-Madison while serving in the U.S. Army as a crew chief/gunner on Blackhawk helicopters. While his focus for the last four years has been on the construction of K-12 education projects, Peter started in Findorff's Special Projects Group and then held key roles on projects including Hub on Campus Madison and Genesis Medical Center in Iowa. He has also been a LEED professional with the U.S. Green Building Council since 2010. Peter lives in Marshall with his wife, Kasey, and four children, Sofie, Evelyn, Mila, and Jack. Outside of work and family, Peter is involved with local recovery groups that help guide men struggling with addiction.