Welsh Construction is pleased to announce the recent addition of Jason McMillen as Director of Project Management. McMillen will head up major projects for Welsh Construction and will bring his over 26 years of experience to elevate the construction project management team at Welsh to the next phase of growth. McMillen has worked on many high-profile construction projects in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro and beyond in his previous positions as Senior Project Manager for Stahl Construction and most recently, JE Dunn Construction, where he managed countless award-winning projects in nearly all commercial real estate sectors including: retail (from Home Depot to Walmart to dozens of high-end outlet centers), hospitality (construction of brand-name hotel chains; Extended Stay, Residence Inn, Hyatt and the MSP Airport Hilton), medical (half a dozen HCMC lab remodels) office, (most notably, the Cargill HQ at 12600-12700 Whitewater Drive in Wayzata), as well as a handful of multifamily and education projects. His most prestigious project to date has been his management of the highly anticipated repair and restoration of the Minnesota State Capitol building, which won the ENR Best Government/Public Project Award in 2017.
“I’m excited to be joining Welsh Construction because the Welsh culture and project type is a good fit for my experience.” states McMillen. “We are thrilled to have Jason join us at Welsh Construction. His leadership and vast experience in so many commercial real estate sectors will add great value to our entire team,” says Meghan Huber, Vice President of Welsh Construction.
Jason is a recognized leader in the commercial real estate industry beyond his role as project manager. Jason serves as a board member for Minnesota Associated General Contractors (AGC) and is an active member of the Construction Management Association and AIA Minnesota. Jason is also heavily involved in his community as a volunteer for his church youth group, Boy Scouts of America, Riverworks Community Development and 1000 Hearts Crow River Serve Day.