In 2016, Kevin Butterbaugh joined C.D. Smith as a Carpenter. He has over 16 years of carpentry experience and is currently working at Sellery Residence Hall, a multi-phase student housing renovation project for UW-Madison. "I really enjoy the comradery on the jobsite," Kevin shares. "We come together as a team, working together to get a job done - that's what I love!"
Outside of work, Kevin is a classic Wisconsinite at heart. He's a Packers fan and enjoys going four-wheeling, fishing and hunting. He takes any chance he can get to get outdoors, enjoys camping and a good bonfire on cool summer nights with his dog, Rocky, an American Pit Bull Terrier.
Thank you, Kevin, for building relationships and embracing the culture of comradery with the crew at Sellery Hall. We appreciate your dedication and representation of Who We Are!
Date: June 18, 2021 | Author: Logan Crull
Meet more of the crew at UW-Madison's Sellery Hall project from previously published Beneath the Hard Hat® press and blog posts.
06.03.2021 | Carpenter Superintendent Zach Bond and Laborer Foreman Karl Winkelman are in the C.D. Smith spotlight with a love of construction and adaptability at UW-Madison's Sellery Residence Hall project.
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