Robert Johnsen

Summary

Robert Johnsen earned $124,601 in 2017 as a Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction for City of Chicago Water Management. Johnsen had worked in this position since June 16, 2008.

Johnsen earned more than 89.96% of employees in City of Chicago Water Management.

Other Foreman Of Water Pipe Constructions at City of Chicago Water Management

Name Position Salary Start Date
Charles W Fitzpatrick Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $157,628 02-16-2007
John M Polishak Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $154,896 11-02-1992
Giuseppe Giovenco Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $145,851 05-01-2012
Claude A Driver Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $144,630 07-18-1994
Stanley J Decaluwe Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $142,867 12-16-2005
Anthony J Megaro Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $141,456 08-18-1982
Timothy J Dowdy Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $135,977 11-06-2000
Gregory Knight Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $135,522 06-02-2008
Donald Anderson Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $132,541 07-18-1994
Michael P Calderone Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $132,004 07-01-1999
Grzegorz Owerczuk Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $132,001 04-03-2012
Robert L Woodridge Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $131,253 06-13-1994
Shawn P Kane Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $127,070 05-23-1994
Michael R Giamarusti Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $126,429 06-13-1994
Matthew Williams Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $124,080 09-17-2012
Jaime Huerta Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $122,987 12-07-1992
Thomas Muntaner Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $122,859 07-01-1980
Vincent G Aluise Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $113,201 08-02-1993
Walter C Stevenson Jr Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $103,686 08-02-2000
Steve P Jedrasek Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $103,465 08-03-1998
Christophe Stang Foreman Of Water Pipe Construction $35,671 07-25-2011

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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