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Builder promotes 15-year manager to top superintendent role

Ryan Propp has more than 20 years of experience as a superintendent in Southwest Florida.

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FORT MYERS — Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. has promoted superintendent Ryan Propp to the role of general superintendent, where he will oversee all superintendents in the company’s Florida operations.

Propp joined O-A-K in 2005 as a superintendent, according to a statement, and has more than 20 years of experience as a superintendent in Southwest Florida. He is from a trades background and has strong carpentry and finish trades supervision skills including finish metal framing, suspended ceilings, drywall and slab, the release adds. Propp is also a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater management inspector; Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lead-safe certified; and Occupational Health and Safety Administration 30-hour trained.

“A general superintendent is one of the most important positions at O-A-K,” said Dave Dale, president of O-A-K Florida, in the statement. “Ryan has long been one of our top superintendents, and I have complete confidence in his ability to step up into his new role and responsibilities. He is adept at managing high profile projects and highly regarded by the owners with whom he has worked.” 

Projects Propp has supervised for O-A-K, the release states, include the $20.3 million Seacrest Upper School 3- acre modular campus; the $6.03 million, 33,000-square-foot Covenant Presbyterian Church; the $5.8 million St. John XXIII parish hall & adoration chapel; and a continuing contract with Collier County Schools totaling $15.8 million.

An employee-owned company, O-A-K Florida, Inc.’s board of directors is comprised of members from the company’s Florida operations. The company had $290 million in revenue in 2019.  



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