MINNEAPOLIS — BluSky Restoration Contractors LLC, a leading national property restoration company in the U.S., continues to expand its presence with the opening of its newest office in the Minneapolis, Minn. area.
“We are thrilled to service the Minneapolis area with this new office," said Drew Bisping, BluSky CEO. "We continue to grow where our clients grow and need us most. Investing in this new facility gives us greater capacity in the area and allows us to respond even more quickly for our clients.”
Nick Fossum will oversee operations as vice president of the Minneapolis location. Fossum joined BluSky with seven years’ experience in the restoration industry, including construction management and estimating commercial and residential projects. He joined BluSky in 2020 as a project director in the Fort Collins, Colo. location. Fossum is certified with the IICRC for WRT and ASD as well as Lead Certification, Crane Operations, and OSHA 10. He has over 14 years of experience as an engineer in the Army National Guard — responding to natural disasters and flooding throughout North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, as well as construction operations support in Romania and Germany.
As vice president of the Minneapolis office, Fossum is responsible for managing all branch office operations including business development, customer relationships, project management and administration. He is also responsible for leveraging the BluSky brand to develop relationships with industry professionals resulting in new business opportunities.
“I am honored and very excited to lead the Minneapolis team as well as serve in this role. I can’t wait to grow BluSky in Minnesota — which is where my family resides, and show our community how we can help those with property damage during emergencies,” said Fossum on his new position.
Beginning as a privately-owned Colorado startup in 2004, BluSky Restoration has grown organically and through a series of mergers and acquisitions, and currently has a nationwide footprint with 54 offices from coast to coast.
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