Healthcare Midwest

Skender Construction adds pair of senior superintendents to healthcare team

Skender Construction has added two new senior superintendents to its growing healthcare team.

Skender Construction has added two new senior superintendents to its growing healthcare team.

James Loiacono has 35 years of experience managing healthcare construction projects. He has worked on large-scale and complex healthcare projects locally and nationally, and some of his past clients include Lurie Children’s Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center and Blanchfield Army Hospital. Loiacono was a senior superintendent at Mortenson Construction.

John Weaver also brings more than 30 years of experience, managing construction for major healthcare institutions across Illinois. Weaver has served as senior superintendent for high-caliber projects such as Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, The Heart Hospital at SwedishAmerican and The Methodist Medical Center of Illinois Replacement Hospital. Weaver was a general superintendent at Turner Construction Company.

Jeff Janicek, Vice President at Skender Construction, said Skender is strategically building a team experienced in managing healthcare projects of the future, as providers are approaching the built environment with efficiency and the patient experience in mind.