Wohlsen Construction Co. announced three new members of the Delaware Valley team: Rocco Lano and James Campbell joining as superintendents and Justin Miller joining as an mechanical, electrical and plumbing field coordinator.

Lano, a graduate of Wilmington University, has worked in the construction industry for more than 25 years. He has extensive experience leading complex construction projects in the region, including projects for the Roxana Cannon Arsht Surgicenter in Wilmington. Additionally, Lano has served as a masonry instructor for several years. Lano will serve as the superintendent for Wohlsen’s in-progress Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility for Datwyler in Middletown.

Campbell returns to Wohlsen with more than 34 years of experience in the construction industry. Campbell earned his associate degree in civil engineering technology from Delaware Technical and Community College and began his career as a carpenter, quickly advancing to master carpenter, foreman and superintendent. He brings to Wohlsen his experience in the senior living, health care, education and commercial markets. Campbell will work on Brandywine Realty Trust’s 500 North Gulph Road project in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Miller is coming to Wohlsen Construction as an MEP field coordinator and is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering. Miller worked on several projects across the Delaware Valley throughout his decade-long career, including projects at The Franklin Institute and Walter Reed Army Institute for Research. Miller is joining Wohlsen for the Capital One project in Wilmington.

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