Olympia, WA – FORMA Construction Company has named Ned Owens of Olympia the company’s new chief financial officer. Owens succeeds Harvey Hanson, who will be retiring from FORMA this December after a 27-year tenure.
As CFO, Owens will provide leadership, oversight and direction for the financial operations of the $125 million company. Owens comes from McGladrey LLP, the fifth largest accounting, tax and consulting firm, following 13 years in McGladrey’s Olympia and Seattle offices as a tax and audit associate and manager. Prior to his tenure at McGladrey, Owens was an ocean import representative for Expeditors International in Kent, Washington.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree from Connecticut College in 1995, Owens was awarded a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Seattle University and a Master of Science in Taxation (MST) from Golden Gate University.
Owens is a certified public accountant and a member of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
An Olympia native, Ned and his wife, Wendy, are the parents of three children. Owens enjoys hunting, swimming, skiing, tennis and music. He is a member of the Olympia Rotary Club.
About FORMA Construction Company
FORMA provides construction services to public and private clients throughout the Northwest. With an extensive portfolio that includes retail, healthcare, education, and infrastructure, FORMA has been successfully delivering quality projects for over 25 years. FORMA employs approximately 100 engineers, architects, project managers, support staff and skilled craftsmen. Gross sales in 2014 are expected to exceed $125 million. To learn more about FORMA, visit: formacc.com