Congrats to our Grad!

Congratulations to Project Manager Scott Kinkade, who recently completed the nine-week Construction Leadership Institute, an Executive Education program developed by SIUE School of Business and the Department of Construction in the School of Engineering.

Bridget Ingebrigtsen, Tuesday, April 11, 2023

'Believe, Strive, Achieve': A Mentor-Protege Success Story

Through O’Shea Builders’ Mentor-Protégé Partnership, our team works alongside owners of minority-owned, construction-related businesses to help them position their businesses for success. Our recent partnership with Solid Ground Solutions, a minority-owned general contracting, demolition and construction cleaning company, highlights the benefits of this program. 

Anonym, Wednesday, January 12, 2022

O'Shea Builders receives 'Training Top 100' global recognition

O’Shea Builders has earned global recognition as a leader in employee training and development. Training magazine has announced its Training APEX (Training Top 100) awards for 2022. O’Shea Builders is one of only 100 organizations in the world to be named an APEX Top 100 Training organization. It is the most elite ranking among national and international companies for training and learning development.

Anonym, Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Aspiring Engineers Explore Construction

In April, O’Shea hosted the Illinois Department of Transportation’s Engineering Explorers (EE) Post #6 program in O’Shea University. The program is a part of the Boy Scouts of America Learning for Life, and it introduces students from high school freshmen through college freshmen to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) topics/activities and other engineering-related fields.

During their visit to O’Shea, the students listened to a presentation from Mike Sunley, senior project manager, Janelle Fanning, project manager, and Adam Schmidt, project engineer. The group learned about how engineering relates to construction. Mike, Janelle, and Adam also highlighted a few of their projects successes and challenges throughout their O’Shea careers.

Bridget Ingebrigtsen, Wednesday, April 17, 2019