Sigma Contracting adds 2 new superintendents to construction team

Posted 11/5/21

Scottsdale-based Sigma Contracting, Inc. has announced hiring a pair of construction superintendents with more than 50 years of experience to the Scottsdale-based general contractor.

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Sigma Contracting adds 2 new superintendents to construction team

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Scottsdale-based Sigma Contracting, Inc. has announced hiring a pair of construction superintendents with more than 50 years of experience to the Scottsdale-based general contractor.

Armando Lechuga and Jeremiah Froderman will oversee construction site activities daily, according to a press release.

“We are excited to bring two new talented superintendents into the mix at Sigma, making us a more well-rounded company,” said Sigma Contracting President Dan Hinkson in a release.

Both from Arizona, Lechuga, a Kearny native, has 33 years in the construction industry starting in the carpentry trade. He has developed a diversified background with his construction experience, which allows him to oversee many types of commercial construction project.

When not on the job site, Lechuga enjoys hunting, camping, fishing and spending time with his two children and wife, the release said.

Froderman, a Kingman native, has 25 years in the construction industry with 16 of them as a commercial project superintendent whose vast experience allows him to adapt to managing Sigma’s projects.

Froderman, an avid camper and outdoorsman, enjoys playing softball, golfing, and spending time with his wife and two teenage sons on the water.

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