Project Manager, Ms. Solace Burkhimer, joins Watchdog Real Estate Project Management in the firm’s Philadelphia office.
Watchdog is pleased to announce the addition of Ms. Burkhimer to the firm. Ms. Burkhimer is a skilled project management professional with nearly a decade of experience working with corporate, retail, and educational clients across the Greater Philadelphia area. Throughout her career, Solace has created lasting relationships with clients and project consultants throughout the industry. As a Project Manager with Watchdog, she will lead multifaceted projects on behalf of her clients, continuing to foster longstanding client relationships and satisfaction.
A graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, Ms. Burkhimer’s effective communication skills and work ethic will add immense value to the entire Watchdog organization as well as its clients. Ms. Burkhimer is affiliated with the Young Real Estate Professionals (YREP) Philadelphia Chapter as well as Professional Women in Construction (PWC) Philadelphia Chapter.
“Our firm is thrilled to welcome Solace to Watchdog,” said Stephen Fean, President. “The wealth of experience she has gained throughout the course of her career paired with her intangible client and team communication skills make her a perfect fit with our firm and we look forward to her success.”
“The culture at Watchdog is remarkable because Watchdog does remarkable things to set themselves apart,” said Ms. Burkhimer. “I received an incredibly warm welcome from the Watchdog team and I look forward to sharing that warmth as this team grows. I am proud to be a part of this truly special organization. I look forward to expanding my leadership skills and further defining my professional brand with the guidance of well-respected industry professionals. Throughout my career, I have encountered several of the leaders here, all with strengths and accomplishments I look to emulate in my own career. As a woman in this industry, I especially look forward to working closely with the reputable women of Watchdog who have challenged the barriers for women to achieve success in construction and real estate.”