Caleb Wambsganss Joins Project Management Team

As we continue to expand, we are happy to welcome Caleb Wambsganss to our Project Management team. Caleb will serve as Project Manager, and will collaborate with senior team members to establish the foundations of a project and ensure deliverables are produced on-time and on-budget, while also serving as the owner’s representative on-site.

As projects progress from planning to execution stages, he will additionally focus on scheduling contractors, processing payments, and managing change orders.

“We are excited about Caleb joining the Project Management team,” said Edward Aldag III, Senior Project Manager. “With his background in construction and estimating, he is going to help our program take that next step in supporting our clients’ every need.”

Before arriving at Johnson, Caleb worked as a Project Engineer and Estimator for Robins & Morton, where he worked on projects such as the Mayo Clinic Department of Family Medicine in Jacksonville, FL and the J.J. Pickle Federal Building in Austin, TX. Those experiences give him a deep understanding of the daily challenges contractors face, and allow him to provide vital insights into strengthening Johnson’s methodologies.

“I love working on hospitals. Being an integral part of a team that creates better spaces and better facilities for people is an incredible motivator,” Caleb said. “I really want to be a part of something bigger than myself that helps improve people’s quality of life.”

At Johnson, Caleb is able to blend the roles of project manager and developer in an innovative way that paves the road for a bright future ahead.

“The first thing that drew me to Johnson was their experience and expertise in the healthcare market, and it really complimented the work I was doing in my previous role,” he said. “There’s a much higher standard when working on medical facilities—you have to keep the hospital operating, but not get in the way of their day-to-day functionality. Johnson has found a great way to ensure everyone’s expectations are exceeded, and we have a lot of opportunity to excel.”