Max Newroth joined EverGreene as a project manager, bringing more than fifteen years’ experience in the design fabrication and installation of complex ornamental GRFG (Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum) elements. He has managed the installation of monumental interior and exterior environmental elements and supervised fabrication and installation of commercial artwork, convention displays, casino signage, lighting and environmental design elements for hospitality venues. As project manager, Mr. Newroth manages subcontractors and coordinates with other trades, monitors jobsite safety standards, interfaces between general contractors, architects, trade supervisors and ensures quality control fit and finish. His current projects include serving the Latter Day Saints in Philadelphia, Cartier Mansion and Residence in NYC, the Russian Lounge at the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC and St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, Brooklyn, NY.
Mr. Newroth earned an MFA from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo and a BFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax.