After 34 years as president, Frank Imhof has decided to take a step away from the day-to-day operations of IMCO General Construction.
Imhof announced that his son-in-law, Tyler Kimberley will take over as president. Imhof will remain with the company as CEO, allowing him time to concentrate on long-term business plans and strategies, according to a company press release.
As president, Kimberley will handle company operations and personnel. He began with IMCO as a summer laborer, received a degree in construction management from the University of Washington and then went to work full-time for Frank Coluccio Construction in Seattle, eventually managing two large tunneling projects on Oahu and Maui. He returned to IMCO in 2007 and was most recently vice president of operations. IMCO’s Tony Anderson was promoted to vice president of operations.
Kimberley is married to Imhof’s daughter Ashley Kimberley, who handles marketing and communications for the company.
Frank and Patti Imhof started IMCO in 1978, focusing on heavy civil construction, including energy, industrial and marine infrastructure projects.