Wes Hayden, President
Wes is a Casper native and graduate of Kelly Walsh High School. Wes earned a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from Colorado State University in 2002. He has worked in the commercial construction industry since 1996. The last 20 years of his construction career has been in Wyoming. Prior to coming back to Wyoming, Wes worked in the challenging construction market in Southern California for one of the largest and most respected general contractors in the country.
Colton Sasser, Vice-President
Colton is a Casper native and graduate of Kelly Walsh High School. Colton earned a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Wyoming. Colton served in the United States Army from 2011 until he was medically retired in 2013. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2012, where he earned a Purple-Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, Army Achievement Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon. Upon his return to Wyoming, Colton managed complicated utility and roadway work projects. In 2015, Colton again joined CBSI where he serves as the lead for field operations. Outside the office, Colton enjoys giving back to his community through the Non-Profit he founded, Hunting with Heroes, which allows disabled military veterans to participate in big game hunts all around Wyoming.
Deborah Catellier, Project Manager
Deborah is a Casper native and graduate from Kelly Walsh High School. Deborah earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design and a master’s degree in Architecture in 1998 from Montana State University. Prior to joining Caspar in 2011, Deborah worked as an intern architect in Colorado and as a Project Manager and Architect in Casper. She is proficient in working with teams to develop projects from design through construction, managing budgets, project documentation, scheduling, and collaborating with the Owner and design team to determine solutions that best meet the needs and desires of the Owner.
Bret Benes, Project Manager
Bret is a Casper native and graduate of Natrona County High School. Bret has worked in the construction industry for 48 years. Prior to joining Caspar in 2001, Bret worked in Denver for many years as an ironworker/field superintendent. He also owned his own successful welding service. Bret is a Program Manager and oversees the Natrona County School District maintenance project.
Neal Branon, Project Manager
Neal is originally from Lamesa, Texas. He attended Texas Tech University and later earned an associate degree from Colorado Mountain College in 2000. In 2011, Neal moved to Wyoming with his family and worked in the civil side of the construction industry. This exposure gave Neal unmatched experience in the complexities of earth-moving, utility coordination, traffic control, and expansive hardscaping. Neal joined CBSI in 2017 as a Program Manager. He also manages Caspar’s in house IT needs.
Natalie Giese, Project Manager
Natalie is a Casper native and graduate of Natrona County High School. Natalie has a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering. In 2000, Natalie began working as a Mechanical Design Engineer in Denver, Colorado before returning to Casper in 2003. She was employed as a Mechanical Design Engineer for 5 years until leaving the workforce for a few years to focus on her family. She returned to mechanical engineering in 2013, working remotely for an engineering firm from Cheyenne. She joined CBSI in 2018 as a Project Manager. Natalie has managed projects with multiple buildings on-site as well as several extensive remodels to existing buildings. Natalie’s attention to detail and her background in mechanical engineering makes her a valuable member of our team.
Dave Swinney, Project Manager
Dave is a Casper native and graduate of Kelly Walsh High school. Dave has been in the construction industry for over 25 years. He joined CBSI in 2019 after relocating back to Casper. He has a vast knowledge of scheduling and project management software. Dave’s time as a Project Superintendent gives him an advantage over typical “Office” Project Managers because of his wide understanding of how field operations work.