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Pankow Announces Scott M. Anderson as President

Charles Pankow Builders, Ltd. (Pankow) is pleased to announce the promotion of Scott M. Anderson to President. Scott is a 23-year Pankow veteran. Since joining the company in 1995, Scott has served as Senior Vice President/Regional Manager, Project Executive, Project Sponsor, Project Engineer and Field Engineer. In his new role, Scott provides leadership of the strategic and cultural direction of the company. He leads the company’s external facing efforts such as sales and marketing. He drives and supports the development of high performing teams by focusing on the well-being and development of Pankow’s people. Scott will work closely with Chief Operating Officer, Dave Eichten to ensure alignment as they establish standards and continuously improve the operations at Pankow to achieve its organizational goals. “Scott is keen on articulating the unique brand of Pankow to the industry and I look forward to continuing our long-standing partnership,” says Eichten.

“Scott represents the next generation leader; he is highly capable of keeping us at the top of the industry and guiding us well into the future with confidence, compassion and curiosity” states Kim Lum, Chief Executive Officer of Pankow.

Scott’s contributions can be seen in a number of significant projects such as San Francisco’s Public Safety Building, a state-of-the-art LEED Gold Certified building that houses the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) Police Command Center, the Southern District Police Station and a neighborhood San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) Fire Station, the historic rehabilitation of the vital civic asset, the San Francisco War Memorial Veterans Building and the Sutter Health Van Ness Medical Office Building and Parking Structure.

Throughout his career, Scott has actively supported the advancement of construction industry education. He currently serves on the American Concrete Institute Scholarship Council and is a member of the San Francisco Partnering Steering Committee. He is also a member of the Urban Land Institute and the Lean Construction Institute. Scott holds an M.S. in Structural Engineering from Stanford University and B.S. degrees in Civil Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Maryland.