San Antonio, TX – Skanska USA, one of the world’s leading construction and development firms, announced today that industry veteran Keith Sitzman has been promoted to vice president – operations.
Since joining Skanska in 2002, Sitzman has primarily been involved with the construction management of healthcare and education projects including multiple projects for St. Philip’s College Campus, Christus Santa Rosa, Saint Francis Hospital (Tulsa, OK) Jackson Middle School for NEISD, Alamo District Service Operations (DSO), Air Force Villages, Northeast Methodist Hospital, Methodist Hospital, Methodist Stone Oak Hospital, Pearland Medical Center (Pearland, TX), Medical City Alliance (Fort Worth, TX) and the Metropolitan Methodist Hospital. In his new role, Keith will continue overseeing multiple projects at St. Philip’s College Campus, Christus Santa Rosa and Saint Francis Hospital.
“Since joining Skanska in 2002, Keith has demonstrated his expertise in creating a culture of operational excellence and his ability to build, lead and mentor high-performing teams,” said Ryan Aalsma, executive vice president and general manager for Skanska’s San Antonio and Austin construction operations. “Keith is engaged in a holistic approach to our business, which includes client satisfaction, market making and strategic business planning.”
Sitzman graduated from Purdue University with a degree in building construction management. At Skanska, he is a member of the National Operations Leadership Council (NOLC) and a subject matter expert in the Higher Education Advisory Council, which analyzes market and industry trends. Within the local community, Sitzman is a strong advocate and fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He currently resides with his wife and children in San Antonio.