Q&D gets new shareholders

Lance Semenko and Tim Kretzschmar, senior vice presidents of Q&D Construction, have been named shareholders in the 45-year-old general contracting company headquartered at Sparks.

Norman Dianda, president of the 500-employee company, said he will remain involved with daily operations at the company.

"I am blessed to have strong leaders running our operations, and I will stay involved simply because I find a great deal of enjoyment in the work we do," Dianda said.

His sons, Mike and Chris Dianda, work as executive vice presidents of Q&D.

Semenko, who joined Q&D in 1993, was promoted in 2007 to senior vice president of general engineering, where he sees all site work operations.

Kretzschmar, who joined Q&D in 1999, was promoted in 2007 to senior vice president of building, overseeing major building projects as well as the work handled by Q&D's special projects department.

They'll join with Paul Olivas, the company's senior vice president of finance, and the members of the Dianda family to set the company's direction.

Semenko, Kretzschmar, and senior vice president of finance Paul Olivas will continue to collaborate with Norman, Mike and Chris Dianda on the company's direction. A board of directors appointed by the Dianda family in 2006 provides professional oversight of the closely held company.


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