Bellingham, Washington

Tom Bertagnolli

Project Controller l Employee Since 2014 l Bellingham Branch

Tom is a Project Controller at our Bellingham branch where he works with project management and engineering teams to deliver projects successfully.

“I first heard of ‘Alaska Anvil’ while working on the North Slope. When my wife and I moved to Bellingham in 2014 with no job, no friends, and no place to live, I cold-called Anvil and eventually heard back.”

Over eight years later, Tom’s now visited nearly all of Anvil’s branches and has worked on a variety of different projects throughout the country.

“When visiting the Billings office, I traveled to a client’s facility after an incident and helped the team by putting together an EPC schedule. It was a difficult week – wrapping up normal Bellingham work into the evening, flying to Billings late at night, and driving to central Wyoming with the team first thing the next morning. The project was a success for Anvil, and it was great to have been a part of it, even if only for a short time to get it started.”

Outside of work, Tom enjoys physical fitness, hiking, camping, working on cars, and spending time with his wife and two kids.

Bellingham, Washington

Tom Bertagnolli

Project Controller l Employee Since 2014 l Bellingham Branch

Tom is a Project Controller at our Bellingham branch where he works with project management and engineering teams to deliver projects successfully.

“I first heard of ‘Alaska Anvil’ while working on the North Slope. When my wife and I moved to Bellingham in 2014 with no job, no friends, and no place to live, I cold-called Anvil and eventually heard back.”

Over eight years later, Tom’s now visited nearly all of Anvil’s branches and has worked on a variety of different projects throughout the country.

“When visiting the Billings office, I traveled to a client’s facility after an incident and helped the team by putting together an EPC schedule. It was a difficult week – wrapping up normal Bellingham work into the evening, flying to Billings late at night, and driving to central Wyoming with the team first thing the next morning. The project was a success for Anvil, and it was great to have been a part of it, even if only for a short time to get it started.”

Outside of work, Tom enjoys physical fitness, hiking, camping, working on cars, and spending time with his wife and two kids.