AVB recently hired Jacqueline DeNoyer as Project Manager as well as Elizabeth Lynch as Project Engineer. Recently returning from living and working in Tarija, Bolivia, DeNoyer has U.S. and international experience in the construction industry. After graduating from University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s in Civil and Environmental Engineering, she continued on to Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz, Bolivia for a post graduate course in Architectural Technology. DeNoyer has worked as an Engineering Aid at Orchard Hiltz and McCliment, as well as a Project Engineer for DeMattia Group. Now joining AVB, DeNoyer will be able to utilize her multifaceted construction knowledge to manage commercial construction as Project Manager.
Lynch holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Davenport University. Throughout her education and career, she has also participated in multiple volunteer groups such as: Habitat for Humanity, Community Advocates, and Big Brothers & Big Sisters Organization. She has over 5 years of experience in the construction industry that has been focused on administrative support, and managing contract agreements. Currently as Project Engineer for AVB, Lynch is responsible for project coordination, communication and maintaining all technical document submissions on assigned projects.
Building southwest Michigan since 1981, AVB’s commercial division focuses on construction management in the healthcare, education, office and retail markets. AVB’s custom residential building division specializes in single-family homes, condominiums and neighborhoods. AVB’s development group focuses on property development for commercial, residential, and mixed uses.
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