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Todd Petrie Joins Cornerstone

Nov 1, 2021 | Construction, Right Moves

Right Moves with Todd Petrie

Cornerstone General Contractors is adding a new Senior Project Manager. Todd Petrie brings extensive construction industry experience, with two decades as a Field Engineer, Scheduler, Estimator, Superintendent, and Project Manager for large firms in the Lower 48 and Alaska. Some of the most prominent projects he helped complete include the Anton Anderson Combined Vehicle-Railroad Tunnel to Whittier, Concourse C construction at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, JBER Hangars, and most recently, a Liquid Natural Gas plant in Louisiana.

At Cornerstone, his responsibilities include the development and management of aviation related projects as well other large-scale developments. 

Petrie received his Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and has been an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers since 1995.

A native of Maryland, Petrie lived in Alaska including in locations around the world such as Germany as well as a half dozen states in the U.S. He says he is extremely happy to be back in Alaska and is looking forward to helping build and renovate projects with Cornerstone while enjoying four wheeling, fishing, and hunting with his wife and children on his leisure. 

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