About Andrew Jares Oldfield
Leveraging over four years as a construction project manager, Andrew Jares Oldfield is a completion crew superintendent with Holder Construction, which is one of the largest general contracting and design-building companies in the United States. Andrew Jares Oldfield and his construction crew were recently hired through Randstad Engineering to assist with the completion of the 175-acre Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, which will serve as the new headquarters for Apple once completed.
Before joining Holder Construction, Mr. Oldfield completed two major projects in Northern California, as a manager with Bergman KPRS, including the remodeling and landscaping of a 350,000-square-foot shopping center in San Francisco. He also worked as a project manager with Crown Acquisitions and managed on-site construction and compliance for 10 residential projects with budgets upwards of $350 million. He began his career in construction as a junior project manager with UDC Corporation and holds a Level 6 apprenticeship from Iron Workers Union Local 416.
Mr. Oldfield also holds a bachelor's degree with a focus in cinema from Humboldt State University, where he earned a football scholarship. In his free time, he enjoys photography, biking, and rescuing animals and is a frequent volunteer at the Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve.