• Meet our CLC Steering Committee


  • David Goulet David Goulet

    Industrial Builders, Inc.
    NDCLC President

    David Goulet is a Senior Project Manager at Industrial Builders, Inc. and has been with the company since 2009. 

    Growing up in the construction industry, influenced him to pursue a degree in Construction Engineering at North Dakota State University. 

    David joined the ND CLC to help promote construction to our youth, and provide local leadership development.

  • Jordan Gleason Jordan Gleason

    Construction Engineers
    NDCLC Vice President

    Jordan Gleason has worked at Construction Engineers since 2013.  He is a Field Project Manager working on site on commercial building projects.

    His favorite part of construction is working with the variety of professionals in the industry to overcome complex challenges.

    Jordan believes the CLC will help to develop leadership skills in all its members and improve the construction industry as a whole.

  • Braeden Nelson Braeden Nelson

    Marsh McLennan Agency
    NDCLC Treasurer

    Braeden Nelson is the Surety Manager at Dawson Insurance, A Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC Company, where he has worked since 2017. Braeden has a strong passion for the construction industry and enjoys helping contractors grow their businesses successfully. He is excited about joining the CLC group and is looking forward to continued leadership growth through collaboration and relationship building with other future leaders of the construction industry.

  • Shawn Suess Shawn Suess

    Swanston Equipment

    Shawn Suess works in Heavy Equipment Sales at Swanston Equipment where he has worked since 2021. Shawn came from the finance industry and is excited to share an outside perspective to the group and is looking forward to learning with the group. Shawn is excited to join the CLC to expand his knowledge in the industry with other construction leaders and to collaboratively work towards shaping a welcoming industry to young construction leaders.

  • Brittany Diederich Brittany Diederich

    Eide Bailly LLP
    NDCLC Chair of Community Engagement

    Brittany enjoys construction because it is a big picture industry that is comprised of thousands of complex details and every day is interesting.

    The CLC is important to her because the crop of talent coming into leadership in the industry will only get stronger with collaboration and education through the CLC.

  • Craig Griesbach Craig Griesbach

    Ames Construction
    NDCLC Workforce Development Subcommittee Chair

    Craig's passion for construction stems from his excitement to be part of constructing new commercial properties, roadways, or anything else that makes a large impact in a community.

    The CLC is important to Craig because it brings together people from a variety of backgrounds, so they can continue to move the organization forward and make it an exciting entity for the next generation of construction business people.  

  • Paige Shockman Paige Shockman

    Calibrate Wealth Partners
    NDCLC Social & Networking Subcommittee Chair

    Paige Shockman is the Managing Director of Insurance at Calibrate Wealth Partners, working closely with a team of exceptional salespeople.

    She likes working with businesses in the construction industry because they recognize and understand the value of their employees and want to be sure that they’re taken care of.

    Paige feels that the best way to ensure that the next generation of talent joins any industry is for them to see that other young people are actively involved in it.

  • Cody Idso Cody Idso

    Baranko Bros., Inc.

    Cody Idso is a Project Manager for Baranko Bros., Inc. in Dickinson, ND and has been with the company since 2014. 

    He enjoys the continuous challenges of the construction industry from all aspects of the projects and the people.

    He feels the CLC is a great way for people in construction to promote and recruit new leaders to join the industry.

  • Amy Mickelson Amy Mickelson

    Dakota Fence/3D Specialties/Dakota Playground

    Amy Mickelson is third generation leadership at Dakota Fence/3D Specialties/Dakota Playground where she began as a lot laborer through high school and college and rejoined the company in 2016 as an estimator for 3D Specialties.

    Amy enjoys construction as it starts as an idea, develops into a project, and is executed by many people and companies.  The collaboration and coordination of so many intricate parts of a project is exciting to be a part of.

    Amy feels that the CLC is very important because there is a vast amount of knowledge in the industry currently.  Sharing that knowledge and past experiences with future leaders will only strengthen them as individuals, but also the construction industry as a whole.

  • Rammie Olson Rammie Olson

    Bremer Bank

    Rammie Olson has served as a business banker with Bremer Bank since 2001. She provides solid financial guidance and innovative solutions to be a valuable and strategic partner. By working in sync with external and internal partners, she can help to identify financial risks and opportunities. Rammie has the experience, organizational resources and tools necessary to help individuals, families, and businesses establish and meet their financial goals.

  • Lance Monson Lance Monson

    Construction Engineers

    Lance Monson started with Construction Engineers in 2006. He is a Preconstruction Manager and leads the estimating department.

    Lance enjoys preconstruction because he is able to add value to a project by working with designers and owners to prioritize scope and budget.

    He enjoys being part of the CLC because he believes in continuous self-improvement and likes that partners and competitors alike work together to improve ourselves and our industry.

  • Molly Swanston Molly Swanston

    Swanston Equipment Company

    Molly Swanston is fourth generation leadership and in Heavy Equipment Sales at Swanston Equipment Companies where she has worked since 2016.

    She loves how the construction industry in North Dakota is both deeply rooted in long standing relationships and legacy, as well as being full of extremely innovative and young talent.

    Molly believes the CLC will serve as a bridge between those long-standing relationships and the up and coming young leaders, to help strengthen our industry as a whole.

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