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Staff Promotions – CCDC Celebrates Amy Fimbel’s Rise to Senior Project Manager

January 30, 2024

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We’re excited to celebrate the well-deserved promotion of Amy Fimbel to the position of Senior Project Manager – Capital Projects. In her new role, Amy will continue to be pivotal in executing some of the Agency’s most complex and high-profile capital projects.

Amy has been an integral part of the CCDC team for over three years, consistently demonstrating a commitment to excellence and delivering outstanding results on many projects. As a Certified Construction Manager (CCM), Amy is recognized for her professional and effective management style, making her a key asset to the Agency.

Among Amy’s notable achievements is her role as the Project Manager on the award-winning Cherie Buckner-Webb Park project. This transformative initiative turned a half-block, private surface parking lot into an iconic community open space featuring the world-class interactive public art piece, “Gentle Breeze,” created by renowned artist Matthew Mazzota.

“I love the dynamic and fast-paced nature of the work and contributing to our community with a lasting impact,” said Amy Fimbel. “There is no greater joy than to see my daughter’s smile and pride when she explains that her mom helped build that.”

Currently, Amy is at the helm of two of CCDC’s largest and most complex projects – the Rebuild 11th Street Blocks and Rebuild Linen Blocks on Grove Street. Spanning 17 blocks and representing $30 million in public improvements in downtown Boise, these projects highlight Amy’s ability to navigate challenges and deliver results in a timely and budget-conscious manner.

Active construction of Rebuild 11th Street. Construction walk-through with CCDC Project Manager Amy Fimbel. 

Beyond her project management duties, Amy actively mentors fellow employees and shares her expertise with the community. In 2022, she and CCDC Contracts Manager Kathy Wanner presented to the Idaho Public Purchasing Association on the Construction Management/General Contracting project delivery method in Idaho. Amy also participated as a panelist at the Idaho Women in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (IWAEC) 2023 Career Pathways Panel event, where she and four other panelists shared their journeys and career paths with women in the AEC field.

CCDC congratulates Amy Fimbel on her well-earned promotion and looks forward to her continued contributions as a Senior Project Manager.