Employee Bios

 

 Eric Nelson – Superintendent

Eric has a diverse background in the construction industry and has worked with owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, inspectors, & city officials. Eric has been responsible for many different projects, everything from schools, churches and commercial buildings to residential. Budgets for some of these projects are as much as $15 million dollars.

Eric enjoys hunting, fishing, and most outdoor activities. Eric also enjoys traveling and meeting new people.

eric@eastonconcreteinc.com

Denys Olson – Com. Foreman

Denys joined Easton Concrete in 2004 and has worked his way from crew member to foreman. Denys is accomplished at both residential and commercial work. Recent accomplishments include North Hedges at Montana State University, and Meadowlark Elementary School here in Bozeman, Montana. Denys brings to the job enthusiasm and a can-do attitude.

Outside of work Denys enjoys outdoor life. Denys is an accomplished hunter and fisherman.

denys@eastonconcreteinc.com

Chris Milledge – Res. Foreman

Chris joined Easton Concrete in early 2007. He quickly worked his way from crew member to foreman. He is meticulous with each and every job, and it shows in his finished work. He specializes mainly in Residential foundations and an occasional Commercial project.

Chris enjoys bicycling, and chasing all his children around.

Nick Elliott – Res. Foreman

Nick joined Easton Concrete in late 2007 and recently was promoted to foreman. He and his crew specialize in Residential foundations.

Tony Smith – Res. Foreman

Tony joined Easton Concrete in 2013. Tony has over 9 years of experience in vertical concrete. He and his crew specialize in Residential foundations.

In Tony’s off time he enjoys hunting, fishing, & snowmobiling.

Nick Rangel – Flatwork Foreman

Nick joined Easton Concrete in 2011. Nick is experienced in large commercial slab on grade, slab on deck, water treatment plants, & structural raft and mat slabs.

Rob Mack – Shop Foreman

Rob joined Easton Concrete in September of 2012. Some of Rob’s job duties include maintaining the fleet of equipment, fabbing rebar, keeping the shop stocked and organized. Rob takes pride in promoting a safe work environment for all Easton Concrete employees.

In Rob’s off time he enjoys hunting, fishing, and riding his motorcycle.

mack@eastonconcreteinc.com