For Gary Ziervogel, Superintendent at Kimball, juggling responsibilities is nothing new. Aside from his 25 years in the construction business, Gary, along with his wife Erica, are raising four boys, ages 7 to 14, in school, baseball, soccer, and Boy Scouts. Multi-tasking is a way of life at home and during Gary’s days working on projects for Kimball. Since 1996, when Gary joined the team, his responsibilities with Kimball have gone from carpenter, foreman, general foreman, and since 2002, superintendent.
During a hot July in 2000, Gary recalls a very intense job for General Motors, a shut- down doing demo and concrete work, performing over a million dollars of work in just two weeks. “It was exhausting, we were throwing everything we had in that short time-frame but most importantly, and we got the work done on time.”
In addition to his work at Kimball, Gary manages his sons’ baseball and soccer teams, is commissioner of the Middle River Baseball Program and works with the Boy Scouts of America.
“I have worked through three recessions over my career and I am very thankful to Kimball for providing a steady work flow and solid working environment. We agree, Gary, and we are thankful for people like you who support our mission every day. Well done.