Middletown, Conn – C.E. Floyd Company, a general contractor and construction manager, has added three to its Connecticut office. Mike Mertz joins the company as Project Superintendent, Heather Mezza as Office/Business Development Coordinator and Jonathan Rios as Assistant Project Engineer.
Mertz will be supervising the construction of the new clubhouse at Hampden Country Club in Hampden, Mass. with TMS Architects of Portsmouth, N.H. He has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry including 13 years with Petra Construction and 16 years running his own general contracting company in New York. Mertz’s portfolio includes multiple projects for Yale School of Medicine, Hartford Hospital, Greenwich Hospital and Bridgeport Hospital. Other notable projects include a fast-track summer renovation at Ridgefield Academy and, most recently, the rebuilding of the Somers Congregational Church after it was destroyed by a fire.
Mezza provides support for the office and business development team by managing general office duties, maintaining the CRM database, updating marketing collateral and coordinating events. Previously she was an Office Assistant at Manchester Auto. She obtained her B.S. in Social Work from Southern Connecticut State University, during which time she interned with the Department of Children and Families in Meriden.
Rios, who had been interning with C.E. Floyd for the last year while completing his B.Arch at University of Hartford, has joined the company full-time as Assistant Project Engineer. In this role, he assists the project manager by reviewing submittals and RFIs, coordinating delivery of construction materials to the job site, attending job meetings and managing the closeout process. Currently he is completing closeout for the Fairfield Country Day School Learning Commons renovation and The Hospital of Central Connecticut’s Bristol Family Health Center.