BREESE, Ill. – Poettker Construction Company recently promoted six team members to the project management, preconstruction, marketing and warehouse teams.

In Poettker’s project management department, Cory Griffin and Ben Menke were promoted to project manager roles, and Alicia Caudill was promoted to senior project engineer.

Griffin has 13 years of experience in project management and business development. He joined Poettker in 2021 as a project engineer. Griffin received his master’s degree in business administration from Greenville University.

Menke joined Poettker in 2022 as a project engineer. He has seven years of experience in commercial construction. Menke received his bachelor’s degree in construction management from Southeast Missouri State University.

Caudill joined Poettker in 2023 as a project engineer. She has six years of experience in the construction industry. Caudill received her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

For Poettker’s preconstruction department, Jenell Clark was promoted to the role of CAD technician and preconstruction administrator. Clark has 11 years of experience in design, estimating, and administration. She joined Poettker in 2022 in the role of estimating support. Clark received her bachelor’s degree in architectural studies from Southern Illinois University- Carbondale.

In Poettker’s marketing department, Alyssa Kampwerth was promoted to lead marketing coordinator. Kampwerth joined Poettker in 2014 as an estimating administrator and most recently served in the role of preconstruction and marketing coordinator. She has 19 years of experience in construction administration and marketing.

For Poettker’s warehouse team, Andy Jansen was promoted to service manager. Jansen joined Poettker in 2015 as a warehouse mechanic. He has 24 years of experience in service, mechanics and management. In his new role, Jansen will be leading the warehouse team for certain day-to-day tasks.

“Poettker’s most important resources are its employees, who are crucial to maintaining the company’s commitment to safety, quality and the long-term relationships we build with our clients, subcontractors, business partners and local communities,” said Ryan Poettker, president of Poettker Construction.