Paul Roggenbuck is a native of Minnesota and joined Minnesota Army National Guard his senior year of high school as a heavy wheel mechanic. In 2002, Paul enrolled at Iowa State University where he later received his Bachelor of Science in construction engineering with a minor in military science. He was deployed for Operation Enduring Freedom from January 2004 to August 2005. After returning to school he enrolled in the ROTC program and received his commission into the infantry in May 2008 and accepted a job offer from Kiewit. He continued his military career until March 2013 and retired at the rank of 1st Lieutenant. Paul has continued his career with Kiewit and is currently the New Jersey Segment Manager on the Goethals Bridge Replacement project.
"Transitioning from the military to Kiewit was an effortless process. The Kiewit organization and its procedures, planning and operations are very comparable to the military, with different types of objectives. But the truly great part of working for Kiewit is the comradery with the whole job team coming together in an effort to build something amazing. It is also a very performance-based organization where you are recognized for what you do and not necessarily number of years of service or who you know. If you are looking for challenging work on rewarding projects with other like-minded, driven people, this is your place."