Meet the BSK Staff: Andy Neufeld, Project Manager

Meet Andy, a seasoned professional with a passion for all things mechanical and a career spanning 25 years at BSK Associates. From his early days on a family farm in Oklahoma to overseeing projects as a Project Manager for our Fresno office, Andy’s journey is a testament to his dedication and expertise. Join us as we uncover Andy’s story, showcasing his unwavering commitment to his work and his clients.

Meet the BSK Staff: Andy Neufeld, Project ManagerInterviewer: Hi Andy! Can you tell me a little about where you are from. Where is your hometown and where did you go to school?

Andy: I was born in Fresno, but my family moved back to the family farm in Oklahoma shortly after I was born. We moved back to Fresno just before I started school and went through elementary school there. We then moved to Delano and I went to junior high and high school there, graduating in 1980.

Interviewer: How long have you worked for BSK and what do you do for the organization?

Andy: I just celebrated my 25-year anniversary with BSK on April 7. I started as a part-time lab tech in Fresno while I was going back to Fresno State to finish my degree. I started doing some field work and eventually moved into the office as an Assistant Project Manager, then Project Manager.

Interviewer: What do you enjoy most about your job?

Andy: I enjoy interacting with the clients, learning what it is that they need from us and providing it. When the project wraps up and the client is happy and appreciative, that’s a great feeling for me.

Interviewer: Can you tell us your favorite on the job story?

Andy: After 25 years, you have a lot of on-the-job stories, but, in general, walking a jobsite when it’s nearing completion is always a satisfying thing to do. I think the most memorable was at the Save Mart Center at Fresno State, walking the cat walks near the ceiling looking down at the interior of the theater was amazing.

Interviewer: Thank you so much for answering all these questions today. Can we leave off by you relaying some fun facts about yourself?

Andy: I’ve always been interested in just about anything mechanical. I got my pilot’s license in 1988 and my aircraft mechanic’s license in 1994. I’ve restored two old airplanes (a 1959 Cessna 150 and a 1966 Piper Cherokee). I love old cars, original or custom, and have restored several over the years. I currently have a 1967 Chevelle SS that is semi-stock and have done all the restoration work myself.

Meet the BSK Staff