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first_imgSubmitted by Forma ConstructionCompany principals Jim Phillips, Drew Phillips and Jace Munson remain; 2013 annual sales expected to surpass $125 millionOlympia, WA — One of Washington state’s most significant commercial construction employers rolls into October with a new name, and restructured ownership. Berschauer Phillips Construction will become Forma Construction effective October 1.“While we represent the next generation of innovation leaders in our industry, at Forma Construction, we’ll continue to build on the long-held traditions of service quality and integrity that our customers have come to expect,” said newly-named company president, Jim Phillips, son of company founder, James A. Phillips.“Drew, Jace and all the members of our leadership team have decades of experience in the industry, and a passion for building strong communities through innovative techniques that help contain costs and ensure high quality structures.”Drew Phillips will serve as director of business development and preconstruction services. Jace Munson, a longtime company executive and principal, will serve as chief operating officer.“We’re very optimistic about our company’s future,” said Munson, who also serves as board president of the Thurston Economic Development Council. “Coming out of the recession, we’re fortunate to have a strong backlog of projects into the foreseeable future.”Drew Phillips echoes the optimism. “Project sizes have increased, and we’re seeing renewed activity in both the public and private sector, which is a welcome indicator that the economy is getting back on its feet at many levels. We’re excited to be a part of it.”Forma was originally founded in 1985. It has a diverse portfolio of projects — from historical and office renovations, to educational facilities and infrastructure improvements. Notable projects include the new Hands On Children’s Museum in Olympia, renovation of the John L. O’Brien Building on the State Capitol Campus, and elementary, middle and high schools that serve students all over Puget Sound. Forma has also built or renovated transit, higher ed, and medical facilities around Western Washington.Forma has over 150 employees in the Puget Sound region. Annual sales are expected to surpass $125 million in 2013. Facebook122Tweet0Pin0last_img