NexCore Group Adds Rob Stieg and Kyle Robbins to its Design & Construction Team
NexCore Group today announced that healthcare design and construction veterans Rob Stieg and Kyle Robbins have joined the firm as Senior Vice Presidents, Design & Construction.
NexCore Group Managing Principal Todd Varney says the appointments come at an exciting time of growth for the firm.
“Each of these individuals has a wealth of experience working on all phases of complex, high-quality healthcare projects across the United States, and that is exactly what NexCore’s growing Design & Construction Group is undertaking. We couldn’t be happier to have Rob and Kyle join our company as we continue to develop excellent healthcare solutions for our clients nationwide.”
In their new roles at NexCore, Mr. Stieg and Mr. Robbins are responsible for all aspects of project management including delivery, selection and management of design and construction disciplines, budgeting and forecasting, schedule management, process workflow, and the entitlement and due diligence process.
Mr. Stieg has enjoyed a 26-year career involving design and construction, project management, operations and marketing strategy for many real estate projects across the country in healthcare, education, and the oil and gas industry. His healthcare experience has involved working with a multitude of health systems including Affinity Health Systems, UCHealth and Baycare Health Systems.
Mr. Stieg holds Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Miami University; Oxford, Ohio. He is a registered architect in the State of Ohio and a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).
Mr. Robbins brings more than 21 years of experience in the design, construction, and development of real estate projects, with a primary focus on the healthcare industry. His broad scope of project experience includes healthcare, high-tech, critical facilities, laboratory, hangar and flood control projects. His renovation and construction projects for healthcare clients such as Kaiser Permanente, Adventist Health and John Muir Health include surgery, radiology, emergency, trauma, patient rooms, pediatrics, wound care, cancer treatment, acute care, pharmacy, dietary and dialysis facilities ranging in value from $100,000 to $260 million. Mr. Robbins has provided exemplary senior leadership for his project teams, and his executive management has ensured projects are completed within budget and on schedule.
Mr. Robbins earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering Management and a minor in Business Administration from Oregon State University. He is also an OSHPD Class A Healthcare Inspector and a LEED Accredited Professional.