Paragon Technology Group has announced changes at the Steamboat Springs office, including an expansion to 2667 South Copper Frontage Road, Unit 1 and a number of new employees.
After six years with Paragon, Thomas McKenzie was recently promoted and leads the Steamboat staff, providing team management and project oversight from initial review to design and installation. Thomas started with Paragon in the warehouse learning equipment and business systems, then moved quickly into a technician role and finally into management.
Mike Bobela, formerly of Ponderosa Audio Video, has joined the Paragon staff to manage all Steamboat Springs projects. He will be responsible for ensuring projects are completed on-schedule and on-budget. Mike brings to Paragon over 12 years of industry experience and knowledge.
In addition, Paragon has also grown the installation team with the hire of Dustin Brown, a Steamboat Springs native. Dustin has extensive experience in residential construction including Energy Management/Solar Green home building and five years of electrician experience.
Finally, Karen Lewer joins the team to assist with office administration and coordination. Karen provides over 20 years of industry experience including surround sound production coordination for the home theater markets, contract and project management, service scheduling, office administration and customer service.
With offices in Aspen, Denver, Steamboat Springs, Telluride and Vail, Paragon focuses on new construction, remodels and retrofits, private residential projects and developments, as well as mixed-use developments and resorts in the U.S. and abroad.