Foremen

“Leadership is not a position or a title, it’s action and example.”

Eddie Aguilar

Eddie Aguilar

Foreman

Eddie started his masonry career in Los Angeles, California. He went into masonry because his father was a mason too, so it’s what he did during his summer vacations from school. He started at the age of 17, but became a foreman in 2008 because he has always liked a challenge. His favorite Ammex Masonry project so far is Latisys Data Center in Centennial, because he loves working with structural masonry. Eddie is a foreman with a great personality and always has high expectations for his crew when it comes to quality. When he’s not working, Eddie spends his time with his wife and their seven children.

Stan Capps

Stan Capps

Foreman

Stan is a third-generation mason. He started working summers and weekends with his dad when he was still in high school. In 1976 he went into full-time residential masonry laying slump block in Phoenix. He began supervising for a small contractor in Denver seven years into the trade. After that he stepped into commercial masonry, working with his dad building hotels. Stan always enjoys seeing new ideas and designs in modern masonry and learning new concepts for the installation of old and new masonry units. Even when performing the most difficult tasks, Stan’s favorite saying is, “It’s easy and fun too!” Stan believes a positive attitude results in higher productivity. Off the job Stan can be found playing guitar, riding motorcycles, fishing or camping.

Jesus Delgado

Jesus Delgado

Foreman

Jesus “Chuy” Delgado has been in the masonry business for 16 years and with Ammex Masonry for 13 years. He‘s grateful to be a foreman, because masons’ services are appreciated, respected and in high demand in today’s climate. Chuy remembers Comanche Middle School in Dodge City, Kansas as one of his favorite projects with the company because his team rallied together to get the job done in only six months, but during that time they “became a family, taking care of one another, feeding each other, and watching out for one another.”

Ramiro Martinez

Ramiro Martinez

Foreman

Ramiro Martinez comes from a family of masons, and began working with his dad around the age of 15. His first job was as a mason tender in 1992. He has been with Ammex Masonry for 13 years, so he has completed many projects with the company. The project that stands out most to him as a favorite, however, is Grandview Plaza and Reno Place, because it’s “a modern building with old day class. The buildings are complicated with challenging brick designs and artistic value. It’s just beautiful.” Ramiro and his crew work hard and it’s not all fun, but they appreciate the attention to detail Ramiro requires as a foreman when they produce quality work as an end product.

Patrick Muir

Patrick Muir

Foreman

Patrick Muir began his career putting in wall ties as he worked for his dad’s masonry company for many summers growing up. His favorite Ammex Masonry project to date was working on Colorado College in Colorado Springs. “It was a nice stone gym re-model job and it looked great.” Patrick is a hard worker and can be a “little crazy” on the job but his crew can appreciate that when they work with Patrick, everybody has a job to do and stays busy.

Andrew Ramos

Andrew Ramos

Foreman

Andrew Ramos began his first job in masonry as a laborer over 30 years ago. He has spent the last four years of his career as a foreman at Ammex Masonry. His favorite project to date has been Mile High United Way, because he said they worked together as a team, and everyone had a perfect understanding of their job responsibilities while keeping safety a top priority.

Oscar Robles

Oscar Robles

Foreman

Oscar Robles has been in the masonry business for 25 years, beginning his career as a hoddie. He’s been working at Ammex Masonry for the last three years, but he has known Tom and Josh as long as he’s worked in masonry. Oscar expects his team to be on time and to come to work everyday, so he leads by example- Oscar likes to arrive early before his crew, and he has never called in sick for a day of work in his entire career!

Miguel Terrazas

Miguel Terrazas

Foreman

Miguel Terrazas has worked for Ammex Masonry for nine of the ten years he’s been in the masonry industry. He began his career as a bricklayer and is currently a foreman. According to Miguel, his favorite job to date is Comanche Elementary School because it was his first job as a foreman and faced many interesting challenges. Miguel is respectful, determined, confident and a self-described “bossy guy“ – these are all characteristics of a great foreman if you ask us!

Jose Tovar

Jose Tovar

Foreman

Jose Tovar began in masonry “as a laborer like everyone else” about 15 years ago. He joined Ammex Masonry in 2012 and his favorite project with the company so far has been the DPS East Quad because Jose values any opportunity to gain more masonry experience and here he learned a lot about leadership, and how to manage people. Jose is a good friend first and a good boss second. He never yells at his crew and treats everyone with respect, which is why he believes his crew is eager to work hard and do a great job.

Joe Leal

Joe Leal

Foreman

Joe Leal is a goal-oriented foreman. He was introduced to the masonry industry only six years ago by his brother-in-law. He started as a "hoddie" and quickly worked his way up to become a bricklayer. He then set his mind on running work, so he became a foreman only about one year later. Joe is stern, but respectful and he treats all of his crew members equally. His favorite Ammex Masonry project so far is the Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center in Brush, Colorado because it‘s allowed him to lead a project in his own hometown. When Joe isn’t working, you can find him enjoying time with his wife and three daughters.

Gabriel Piedra

Gabriel Piedra

Foreman

Gabriel started in masonry about 15 years ago as a hod carrier, because his uncle took the time to teach him the trade. After laying brick for many years, Gabriel has stepped into the foreman role with Ammex Masonry. His favorite Ammex Masonry project to date was working with Andrew Ramos on DPS East Quad Phase II, because everyone on the job made him feel comfortable and the superintendents were great. Outside of work Gabriel can be found spending time with his wife and three daughters.

Roger Webb

Roger Webb

Foreman

Roger began his career in 1979 as a laborer and then went through a two-year apprenticeship program to become a journeyman. In 1983, he became a foreman. Then Roger opened up shop on his own, and ran a masonry business in California for 28 years. His all-time favorite project to date is when he worked on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s house in Kawaii. When Roger’s not at work, you might find him playing golf, fly fishing or reading. Picture coming soon.

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