Interstate Restoration announced the promotion of Yvette Winter to general manager of the company’s northwest region.

Interstate Restoration is a national, emergency-restoration general contractor based in Fort Worth, Texas, that specializes in repairing commercial property.

Winter joined the Seattle office of Interstate Restoration in June 2017 as a National Accounts Manager and document restoration specialist, bringing her knowledge and skills honed over more than two decades in the industry. As a general manager, she will oversee emergency response operations, sales and growth opportunities in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana; and she will be responsible for more than 200 projects and dozens of employees.

“Yvette prides herself on her people skills and strives to deliver business continuity for her clients,” said Stacy Mazur, CEO of Interstate Restoration. “Her technical expertise is second to none; she recently became a certified hazard identification and risk assessment (AHERA) building inspector.”

Winter is an active member of BOMA (Building Owners and Management Association), WAMOA (Washington Association of Maintenance and Operations Administration), ARMA International (formerly known as the Association of Record Managers) and PLRB (Property & Liability Resource Bureau).

Winter has been recognized for her community volunteer efforts and won a number of national and local marketing awards from the Society for Marketing Professionals. Perhaps most notably, she received the Seattle Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement as a result of her work on behalf of the disabled community. She was also awarded the Seattle King County BOMA HERO Award for her volunteerism.

About Interstate Restoration

Founded in 1998, Interstate Restoration LLC is an emergency restoration and general contractor specializing in repairing commercial property throughout North America. Fort Worth-based Interstate is a difference-maker in the industry, helping businesses to recover quickly from fire, flood, and other natural and manmade disasters. This means companies and people can focus on the important stuff - like getting back to business and back to life.