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Kent Companies Texas Announces Promotion of Angel Alvarez to Vice President and Daniel Gatica to General Superintendent of the Multifamily Division

eed3c8490ef0d491125aef9fc5eb612d_f1042[DALLAS, TX] – Kent Companies, Texas announced the promotion of Angel Alvarez to Vice President and Daniel Gatica to General Superintendent for the Multifamily Division. The promotions come as the division responds to increasing demand for high-density, multi-family structures throughout the region.

Angel Alvarez joined Kent Companies in February 2014 as a Project Manager. He most recently served as the Operations Manager for the Multifamily Division, overseeing the daily operations of nearly twenty crews. Alvarez has over ten years of experience in the construction industry. Kent Companies Texas President Keith Collinsworth shares, “Angel knows what makes our business work. It’s the people – and he has a way of empowering those on his team to perform at their highest level every day. He leads by example. He puts people first, and he delivers value for our customers on every job site.”

Daniel Gatica joined Kent Companies in April 2012. He will lead the Multifamily Division’s job sites in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. Collinsworth says, “Daniel has the utmost dedication to our Four Hallmarks of Safety, Productivity, Quality and Customer Service. He sets high expectations on the job site and holds his team accountable for meeting them. He’s a well-rounded craftsman, and he completely embodies the merit shop philosophy.” Gatica recently led the Kent Companies team on the Elan Eastside project in Austin, Texas. The 355-unit multifamily project featured a highly complex combination of post-tensioned podium deck, slab on grade, paving and site concrete across multiple elevation changes.

Kent Companies CEO Jeff VanderLaan adds, “Both Angel and Daniel have made remarkable contributions to our Texas team and to our customers. We congratulate them both on their accomplishments, and we offer them our full support in their new leadership roles.”