Iron Mountain Construction Management is a project management and on-call resource company with a specialty construction and buildings trades division in commercial operations. Our mission is to provide qualified people to our clients. Our professionals manage and operate projects with members from varying disciplines and construction building trades. Iron Mountain Construction Management is a woman-owned small business.
Meghan Chalk is an experienced proposal development manager, project manager, team building expert, and workshop facilitator. As President of Iron Mountain Construction Management, Ms. Chalk writes proposals and leads cross-organizational teams to drive and enhance tactical business relationships. In addition, Ms. Chalk manages the day-to-day operations of the business, manages her team’s performance, cultivates business relationships, recruits and retains employees, manages the financial aspects of the business, and develops and executes corporate marketing strategies.
As project manager, Ms. Chalk led a team of transmission and substation engineering experts that developed a conceptual design and cost estimate to rebuild a set of high voltage transmission lines. Ms. Chalk also led a team of water treatment experts that provided an evaluation of potable water treatment technologies; the results were documented in an engineering study.
Prior to launching Iron Mountain Construction Management, Ms. Chalk earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Community Development from Portland State University. In addition, Ms. Chalk worked for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory where she focused on technical and marketing communications. She facilitated workshops for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for highly technical and innovative technology and research projects, and assisted in proposal development for clients in the energy, environment, and national security sectors as part of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s national proposal team. She regularly interfaced with clients, project managers, and stakeholders. She served as the communications manager or co-manager for three Laboratory-level initiatives; developed marketing strategies and created marketing materials for annual and semi-annual meetings; and developed and facilitated workshops for scientists and researchers.
S. ZACK CHALK, PMP
Zack Chalk is a results-oriented and goal-driven professional with experience in construction management, operations, and contract administration; he understands and implements safety programs, integrated work control practices, conduct of operations, disciplined operations, and lock out/tag out procedures. Mr. Chalk consistently completes projects within regulatory standards, is a highly-organized, effective communicator, is reliable, productively uses available resources, and develops contracts and proposals. Mr. Chalk has worked in a supervisory or management capacity for 10 years. On behalf of Iron Mountain Construction Management’s client Mission Support Alliance, he is the Electrical Utilities Corrective Action Management Specialist; previously, he was the Field Superintendent at the 618-10 burial ground for Iron Mountain Construction Management’s clients CH2MHILL Plateau Remediation Company and Washington Closure Hanford.
In addition, as Iron Mountain Construction Management’s Vice President, Mr. Chalk mentors employees, recruits candidates, and cultivates business relationships. He participates in proposal development, establishes billing rate guidelines, and contributes to short- and long-term strategy development and implementation.
Mr. Chalk earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management from Western Governor’s University, and his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
Human Resource Manager
Mandy Wallner brings her expertise in small business, brand consulting, and human resource management to Iron Mountain Construction Management. She works with several local small businesses to help with start-up and management of resources in all areas. Her background includes sales, customer service, international logistics, and operations. Her diverse skillset makes her a unique and distinct resource for our staff.
While working with us on a part-time basis, she also works full time as an Event Manager for the Trios Foundation; Ms. Wallner enjoys wine tasting, crafting, and volunteering in her free time. She serves as the Chair of the Richland Planning Commission and Secretary of the Board at the Academy of Children’s Theatre among other agency activities throughout the community.
Angie George is Iron Mountain Construction Management’s recruiter and brings over 20 years of experience in special projects and administration on varying levels throughout the Hanford site. This background is vital to her role as a recruiter; she offers the very best insights for our candidates and provides a world-class experience to new hires during a time that can often be stressful. Ms. George specializes in making the hiring process exciting and providing the added resource that’s so hard to find in this industry.
Native to the Tri-Cities, Ms. George enjoys participating in community activities and volunteering for local agencies. She also enjoys crafting and spending time with her friends and family.
Bailey Overby is the office assistant at Iron Mountain Construction Management. Her duties include assisting the president of the company and supporting day-to-day business operations. She is currently working on an Associate of Arts in accounting, and will transfer schools to obtain her Bachelor of Arts.