Leaders + Trusted Partners

Shockey’s continued success over the last 125 years is a testament to our team of employees who work hard every day to deliver outstanding customer service. Our strong reputation keeps clients returning again and again — project after project.

The Shockey leadership team’s skill, attitude, knowledge and experience give you the peace of mind that can be earned only by a trusted partner.

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Jeff Boehm | President

With a diversified background in contract negotiation, business development, subcontractor and owner relations, land development, conflict resolution and public-private partnerships, Jeff is a leader in Shockey’s pursuit of commercial construction projects throughout the mid-Atlantic. He actively serves on numerous boards, committees and commissions. Jeff began his career with Shockey in 1987; he has worked in nearly every aspect of the business.

Jon Cadle | Senior Vice President

Jon, a problem solver by nature, thrives on tackling difficult challenges and successfully providing solutions that benefit complex projects. He leads every aspect of Shockey’s operations, with a focus on training and attracting top industry talent to develop and manage high-functioning project teams. Jon has more than 25 years of experience in monitoring client satisfaction, subcontractor effectiveness and resource allocation.

Brad Bolyard | Director — Healthcare + Industrial

Brad leads Shockey’s healthcare, industrial and commercial services teams. Offering multi-faceted project and staff management expertise and a deep understanding of project delivery, Brad has more than 25 years of comprehensive, varied commercial construction experience. With a proven track record in client relations, Brad is known for his meticulous attention to detail and thoughtful, thorough approach to customer satisfaction.

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Rob Wagoner | Director — K-12 + Senior Living

Rob strengthens the efficiency of Shockey’s operations in the educational and senior care market sectors, providing leadership that focuses on safety, quality, schedule and budget. He has extensive experience in every facet of complex project delivery for these markets. Rob supervises operational staff from preconstruction through completion, providing feedback to facilitate long-term success and ensure seamless day-to-day progress.

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Jon Tingle | Director of Preconstruction

Jon coordinates varied Shockey team members to deliver successful and profitable projects across all delivery methods. He leads the estimating team as it oversees design development, verifies scopes, reviews subcontractor prequalifications, analyzes project risk and determines material, equipment and labor costs. Jon has broad experience in the bid process, construction management, value engineering and project scheduling.

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