Steve LeBrell serves as a superintendent for healthcare-related construction, and he manages some of Rhodey’s most challenging projects that involve medical personnel and their patients. When clients hire Rhodey to expand or renovate existing facilities, Steve is dedicated to coordinating with employees so that care is minimally disrupted.
Our healthcare clients tell us they particularly respect Steve’s conscientious, solution-oriented approach and his willingness to be
flexible and accommodating when the construction team is working around patients and visitors. And they value Steve’s leadership in ensuring stringent compliance with infection-control procedures.
Steve’s superintendent role involves overseeing construction, managing sizable crews and subcontractors, and coordinating schedules. A self-described do-er, he enjoys hands-on work in addition to supervising others. He collaborates closely with
facility managers, project managers, charge nurses, security and infection-control experts. “I do a lot of coordinating, personally
walking through the project with the client to make sure the details are covered and that they’re happy. If there’s ever any question
or any need, I’m right there on the job and can take care of it.” In 2017, Steve completed the training and testing requirements of the UBC Infection Control Risk Assessment ICRA.
After several years in commercial and residential construction, Steve joined Rhodey in 1988. He recall’s John Rhodey’s business philosophy, one that Pam has carried on. “John’s concept on the job was that he wanted things done right, and he didn’t care what it took. That, and their great reputation. My work reflects my reputation and the company’s.”