Josh Stinson

Board of Directors

Josh Stinson joined The MacNaughton Group as the Vice President of Development and Construction in the summer of 2015 with 19 years of experience working in a broad spectrum of commercial construction, including hospitality and resort, retail, and office buildings. His responsibilities involve executing the company’s development projects from early conceptual design and entitlement processing through preconstruction, logistics planning and scheduling, budgeting, and management of active building sites – including Park Lane Ala Moana.

During his 10 years with Nordic PCL Construction, first as the Special Projects Division Manager and then the Operations Manager, Josh was instrumental in finalizing $370 million of work in place at NPCL, while also managing over 100 salaried staff of construction and project managers, superintendents, and engineers. During his tenure, Josh was named to the 2013 Engineering News Record 20-Under-40 list for the California/Hawaii region.

A native of Oregon, Josh received his Bachelor of Science degree at Oregon State University in Corvallis. He is an active member in community organizations, serving on the Easterseals Hawaii Board and the Aloha United Way Society of Young Leaders. His professional affiliations include Design Build Institute of America and Construction Management Association of America and the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). During his free time, he likes to run, hike with his wife, ride his Harley motorcycle, swim with his young son, and cook.

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