Seattle, WA (June 29, 2021) – PCL Construction Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Peter Losh is promoted to operations manager in Seattle, overseeing projects in the Pacific Northwest.
A forward thinker and advocate for innovation, Peter continuously seeks out ways to advance PCL and the construction industry. His positive influence is driven by his unwavering work ethic, leadership and willingness to mentor others.
“What impresses me the most about working alongside Peter is his focus on people,” said Tyler Kautz, Seattle’s district manager. “He is always willing to lend a hand and help others – whether it be his coworkers, clients, partners or community members.”
Growing up on the east side of the greater Seattle metropolitan and receiving a degree in construction management from the University of Washington, Peter understands the building landscape of the Pacific Northwest. He began his PCL journey in 2005 as an intern and was later hired as a field engineer. Throughout his career, he’s held key roles on projects throughout the Puget Sound area, most notably leading the recent construction of the Spire Condominium tower featuring the first automated parking system in Seattle, and the Arrivé mixed-use tower which features the first hotel in the Belltown neighborhood. He has also worked on the WSDOT Traffic Management Center, the Central Link Light Rail project, the Delta Air Lines Sky Club and multiple Border Patrol Control Facilities.
Along with his passion for advancing the industry, Peter is also an advocate for investing in the Puget Sound community. He believes his strongest contribution is giving back to local organizations, including United Way of King County, Northwest Harvest and Fare Start. A die-hard Husky fan, Peter continues to be a positive influence in both his community and the Puget Sound construction industry.