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S.M. Wilson promotes four employees in region

Top from left: Anthony Garza Top and Anna Eisenbath. Bottom from left: Gwen Arenberg and Rebecca Reifel

S. M. Wilson & Co., a St. Louis-based construction manager with offices on both sides of the Mississippi River, has promoted four team members.

Anna Eisenbath and Gwen Arenberg have been elevated to project managers. Anthony Garza will become an assistant superintendent and Rebecca Reifel has been promoted to assistant project manager.

Garza joined S.M. Wilson in 2019 as an intern and was hired as a field engineer. He has worked on keystone projects including the City Foundry STL, MetLife, Alton School District and the Target School Library Makeover Program, an initiative between Target and the Heart of America Foundation. In this new role, Garza will supervise Target projects in Mission, KS and St. Joseph, Mo. He is responsible for delivering successful projects that align with S.M. Wilson standards by ensuring safety, quality, cost control, compliance and adherence to schedules.

Eisenbath has been promoted to project manager. During her six years with the firm, Eisenbath has served as a project engineer and assistant project manager. She has worked on several projects, including the Ladue High School, Nestle-Purina and multiple Target renovations throughout the region. She and her team have delivered the top-scoring projects for Target throughout the country.

Arenberg joined S. M. Wilson in 2019 as a project engineer. Her architectural design background has been instrumental to projects such as Columbia College, Link in the Loop and the Ladue School District.

As project managers, Eisenbath and Arenberg will be responsible for administrative functions on designated projects, including scheduling, leading progress meetings, tracking costs and maintaining all project information, including transmittals, submittals and RFIs.

Reifel joined S.M. Wilson last year as a project engineer with a background in structural engineering. Reifel will be responsible for assisting project managers with all project administrative functions and will be leading several Target renovation projects.

Founded in 1921, S.M. Wilson is a 100 percent employee-owned company.


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