Driver SPG, a special projects group of legacy builder C.W. Driver Companies, today announced the promotion of Aimee Siemianowski to senior vice president. In her new role, Siemianowski will leverage two decades of commercial real estate experience to oversee all Driver SPG projects while managing the company’s budget, operations, business development efforts and long-term business strategy.

“Aimee’s strong work ethic, impressive leadership skills and financial savvy have been invaluable to our business since she joined the company,” said Karl Kreutziger, president of C.W. Driver Companies. “Her vision has enhanced the trajectory of Driver Special Projects Group and we are excited for the greater impact she will make in her elevated position as senior vice president.”

Siemianowski will continue to work alongside C.W. Driver Companies’ executive management team and Driver SPG’s leadership team to deliver excellent work while continuing to grow the company. She will oversee all aspects of the construction process, including contract negotiations, safety, quality, scheduling, subcontractor support and project management.

“It has been incredibly rewarding working with the C.W. Driver Companies team over the past three years, and I am honored to take on this expanded leadership role at the company during its 100th year,” said Siemianowski. “I look forward to continue working with our C.W. Driver Companies team members, clients and industry partners on building stronger relationships and successful developments together.”

Key Driver SPG projects under Siemianowski’s leadership include the ground-up construction of Valley Beth Shalom’s Howard and Irene Levine Community Center; ground-up construction of Newport Beach Country Club; full tenant improvement build out of Anduril Industries’ headquarters in Irvine; renovations of Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach and the ground-up construction of St. Junipero Serra Catholic School’s chapel and student creation center in Rancho Santa Margarita.

Previously, Siemianowski served as vice president of TynanGroup, Inc., a national real estate development services firm. She earned a bachelor’s degree in design from Florida State University and is based in the company’s Anaheim office.


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