December 9, 2015
Siena Welcomes Caitlin Tamposi as New APM
Siena Construction is pleased to announce the hiring of Caitlin Tamposi as an Assistant Project Manager. As Assistant Project Manager, Caitlin assists with circulating and coordinating information among team members on construction projects. Caitlin’s industry background and experience will ensure accurate decisions and field administration.
Caitlin brings several years of related experience in landscape architecture and urban planning to Siena. Previously, as a landscape designer for DHM Design in Denver, Caitlin developed plans from design to construction for residential, community parks, greenways, ecological restoration, and National Park Service projects. In Aspen, she supervised installation of residential landscape designs for Alpine Design and Planning. Caitlin has also overseen projects for international non-profit organizations, designing and building structures that benefit communities in Utah, Guatemala, and Denmark.
Siena’s President Terrence Hayes strongly believes Caitlin’s professional priorities and achievements complement Siena’s goals.
“I’m excited to welcome Caitlin to Siena,” Terrence said. “She is energetic, knowledgeable, and has a proven history of excellence in project planning and production. Her unique background and hands-on experience will serve our clients well. She’s a great addition to our experienced team.”
Caitlin holds Masters’ Degrees in Landscape Architecture & Urban and Regional Planning from University of Colorado-Denver, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Bates College. She is a member of the Women in Design organization, and is a Young Leader for the Urban Land Institute.