Vice President, Operations - Roseville Region
John is a proven leader who brings 25 years of industry experience with a reputation for honesty, integrity and a very high work ethic to his role as Vice President, Operations at Rudolph and Sletten. In his role, John is responsible for all of our company’s operations throughout the Greater Sacramento area and for growing our business in this region.
John’s achievements reflect his skill in creating win-win opportunities for clients and all project team members, alike. He revels in the highly technical nature of his work while also getting high marks for being a clear communicator and having a good sense of humor.
John’s expertise spans the civic, justice, life sciences, pharmaceutical, institutional, corporate and higher education market sectors as well as all major project delivery methods, including design-build, design-assist and CM At-Risk. John is also our company’s Sustainability Director, a role that allows him to grow and develop the company’s sustainability efforts in design and construction in an area that has mattered to him greatly over the years — lessening our industry’s impact on the planet.
John joined Rudolph and Sletten in 1994 as a Project Engineer. Over the years, he has always championed the company’s outstanding safety program and efforts to create the safest of jobsites. He is a sought-after mentor who wants to pass on knowledge to younger project engineers and project managers as they grow and advance in their careers.
Among John’s most notable and favorite projects are the Crocker Art Museum Expansion, Sonoma State Green Music Center, North Tahoe Middle/High School, NOAA Southwestern Fisheries Science Center, Sacramento Valley Station historic renovation and New O Street Office Building for the Department of General Services.
John is passionate about Rudolph and Sletten giving back to the community. On a volunteer basis, he steps up to lead construction projects for organizations such as Rebuilding Together and the Children’s Crisis Nursery. He has been actively volunteering with Sacramento’s Roberts Family Development Center for nearly two decades.
John is a LEED Accredited Professional and a Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) Professional. He has a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of California, Davis.