Henry Carlson’s Support Staff

Miranda Bunde


HR Manager

Miranda is responsible for the overall administration and coordination of benefits, recruitment, staffing, training and development, performance monitoring and employee relations for Henry Carlson Construction, ASCO and Kyburz-Carlson Construction.

Miranda Bunde

Brenda Laue


Project Expeditor

Brenda has successfully helped manage many large complex projects with challenging schedules and has an outstanding ability to provide administrative support functions to the Owner as well as the project superintendent and the on-site staff allowing them to concentrate on the tasks of erecting the building. She is very proficient and has gained the respect of management and field crews alike for her diligence and perseverance to get things done. She brings organizational and interpersonal skills to the project.

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Brenda Laue

Brooke Cosand


Project Accountant

Brooke, an SDSU construction management graduate, has found her niche as it relates to project management. To bolster her experience, Brooke has provided support for the project managers of several high profile Henry Carlson Construction projects. Most these same projects are seeking some level of LEED certification, for which Brooke monitors and develops the documentation for construction-related credits.

Brooke Cosand

Stefany Foster


Project Accountant

Stefany is the newest addition to the project management team. Before coming to Henry Carlson Construction, she worked for a general contractor in Chicago for several years. Stefany works closely with the project managers with job start up, cost changes throughout project, billings, subcontractor payments and project closeout.

Stefany Foster

Tom Novak


Field Engineer

The role of the field engineer is to assist the superintendent’s management of the construction process. Field engineers are assigned to only large complex projects where another set of eyes and ears is necessary. Tom joined the Henry Carlson Construction a year ago and like our many SDSU construction management graduates, has demonstrated his value as a field engineer on a daily basis.

Tom Novak

James McMahon


Field Engineer

James, one of our many SDSU Construction Management graduates, joined the Henry Carlson team in January 2016.  James has a vast array of professional experience, ranging from field craftsman to project management of small remodels to large, complex projects in the municipal, education, and healthcare industries.  As a Project Engineer, James is responsible for assisting both the Project Manager and Project Superintendent on large, complex projects that require much coordination amongst the construction team, as well as with the design team and project’s owner. 

With an eye for detail, excellent organizational skills, and dedication to his task, James brings much value to the Henry Carlson team and the projects he is involved in.

James McMahon

Tyler Schorn


Field Engineer

Tyler, an SDSU Construction Management graduate, started with Henry Carlson Construction May 2017. He has both residential and industrial field labor experience. As a field engineer, Tyler works side-by-side with the superintendent to coordinate the subcontractors and suppliers to ensure that the project runs smoothly and stays on schedule. He serves as an important line of communication from the jobsite to the project manager, owner and architect. 

Tyler Schorn

Josh Coyle


Field Engineer

Josh started at Henry Carlson Construction in 2015. Before coming to HCC, he worked for a cell tower construction company out of Minneapolis. Josh is an asset on large complex projects where another set of eyes and ears is necessary. He is currently working downtown on the Washington Square project, which is a very visible project in the Sioux Falls skyline.

Josh Coyle

JD Bechina


Field Engineer

The role of the field engineer is to assist the superintendent’s management of the construction process. Field engineers are assigned to only large complex projects where another set of eyes and ears is necessary. JD joined the Henry Carlson Construction a year ago and like our many SDSU construction management graduates, has demonstrated his value as a field engineer on a daily basis.

JD Bechina

Matt Kolbeck


Field Engineer

Matt Kolbeck started at Henry Carlson Construction as a summer intern. He was hired as a full-time employee after graduating from South Dakota State University in 2017 with a degree in construction management. Matt assists the on-site project superintendent and project manager with day-to-day tasks and keeps the progress on the job sites moving. His attention to detail is the key to success for any project.

Matt Kolbeck

John Gliko


Field Engineer

John recently joined the Henry Carlson Construction team after graduating from SDSU with a degree in Construction Management. John is a strong communicator with the field staff, office staff, owner and the design team. He has a construction background and utilizes his experience maintain the project schedule. John brings value to any job is his assigned to.

John Gliko

Matt Steffen


Field Engineer

Matt became a member of the Henry Carlson team in the spring of 2015 after graduating from South Dakota State University with a degree in construction management. As a field engineer, Matt works alongside various members of the construction team, coordinating with the site superintendent and project manager regarding details of daily operations. Matt’s ability to communicate effectively has led to positive inter-professional relationships.

Matt Steffen
"It is indeed a pleasure to be able to recommend Henry Carlson companies. The Madison Central School District contracted with them for our recent renovation project of the Madison High School. Their services were invaluable to us as they served as a construction manager at risk for the project. The management of the construction project by Henry Carlson and especially Eric Bender was fantastic. They kept the project on target and actually were able to accelerate and reduce the total amount of time for construction. They did an awesome job of supervising various subcontractors to ensure that the quality of work was something that we would be proud of."
Tom Farrell, President of the Madison Central School District