Kim Pyszka “interned” her way into a construction role while studying to be an architect at Keene State College. But, in her junior year she became more interested in sustainable building. Thus, after getting an architectural degree, she stayed on at PROCON as an assistant project manager (APM), focusing on sustainable building practices.
She said, “I gather information from our architects and construction team for all of our sustainable projects.”
In her APM role, she not only monitors the company’s environmental building standards, but she also assists with close-out warranties, as well as following up on post-construction issues.