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January 4, 2013
Kraus-Anderson names Tom Roepke vice president of Madison regional office
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (December 2012) – Kraus-Anderson Construction Company (KA), one of the Midwest’s oldest and largest commercial general contractors and construction managers, has named Thomas L. Roepke as vice president of the Madison regional office. He has served as director of operations of the company’s Wisconsin office since 2006. Roepke will be responsible for the day-to-day regional operations, including construction management, business development and field operations.
Roepke joined KA in 2003 and his experience with high-profile commercial construction projects features 19 Cabela’s destination retail stores, including the 165,000-square-foot store in Richfield, Wis., new stores in Green Bay, Wis. and Grandville, Mich. and a new Outpost store in Saginaw, Mich. Roepke also has overseen numerous other retail, hospitality and high-tech developments, including projects for Roundy’s, Wilde Honda, Gundersen Lutheran Hospital,Guidant, Sprint and Lowes.
Roepke graduated from Dunwoody College of Technology (Construction Technology), Minneapolis. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Associated General Contractors, Dane County Private-Public Partnership, International Council of Shopping Centers, Wisconsin Healthcare Engineering Association and Wisconsin Hospital Association.
Established in 1897, Kraus-Anderson® Construction Company (www.www.krausanderson.com) is one of the nation’s premier commercial general contractors and construction managers. The company has also been ranked consistently among the top Green Contractors in the U.S. by Engineering News Record and has been leading the charge in sustainable design and construction for the last 20 years. KA has been involved dozens of LEED projects. Kraus-Anderson, an Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. and has regional offices in Phoenix, Ariz., Madison, Wis., Minot, N.D., and Duluth and Bemidji, Minn.