Steve Batey left and Shawn Thompson right

Steve Batey (left) and Shawn Thompson (right).

Haberberger welcomes Steve Batey and Shawn Thompson

Shawn Thompson, of Webster Groves has joined as virtual construction and technology manager Steve Batey, of St. Louis,  has been hired as an estimator Thompson joins Haberberger with over 18 years of experience in the mechanical contracting field Batey, who previously worked at Haberberger as a project manager and estimator, has returned after nine years

ST. LOUIS, MO — Haberberger is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members. Shawn Thompson, of Webster Groves has joined as virtual construction and technology manager, and Steve Batey, of St. Louis,  has been hired as an estimator.

Thompson joins Haberberger with over 18 years of experience in the mechanical contracting field. His background experience includes work across several different industries on a variety of projects that include sports venues, hospitals, energy plants, industrial facilities, high-rise buildings, schools and many other commercial projects. In his new role as virtual construction and technology manager, Thompson will be responsible for the implementation and development of Building information modeling (BIM) and construction technology at Haberberger, working in partnership with Haberberger’s team of project managers and field staff.

Batey, who previously worked at Haberberger as a project manager and estimator, has returned after nine years.  He brings a wealth of estimating experience in the industrial, advanced technology, commercial and healthcare markets, with projects ranging in cost from $50,000 to $100 million. Originally from Richmond, Va., Batey relocated to the St. Louis area after serving several years as the mid-Atlantic division lead estimator for Southland Industries. Batey studied construction management and engineering at J.S. Reynolds Community College located in Richmond.

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