Neal Bronder ’74 Promoted to Project Executive of Renier Construction

Neal Bronder

Neal Bronder ’74 was recently promoted to project executive of Renier Construction.

Neal, who joined Renier in 1989, has worked over 30 years in the construction industry. He was most recently a senior project manager at Renier Construction. As project executive, he will utilize his vast experience in commercial, industrial, and multi-family construction to serve clients in the Midwest.

“Neal is deeply valued by our clients, and we couldn’t be more delighted for him to take this next step at Renier. His working knowledge is extraordinary, and our architects and engineers have always appreciated his ability to complete the most challenging projects,” William Heifner, president of Renier Construction, said.

Neal has worked as a foreman, superintendent, estimator, and project manager on projects in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana, and Arizona. He has deep roots in the construction and building industry; Neal’s father, grandfather, and great-grandfather were all involved in it. He traced his genealogy back to the 1640s, and his earliest ancestor’s occupation was “zimmermann,” which is German for carpenter.

Through Renier, Neal is a member of the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. He volunteers his time with the Boy Scouts of America and Abundant Life Lutheran Church in Hilliard. Neal and his family reside in Columbus, Ohio.