Windover’s new career development initiative, the Construction Management Apprenticeship Program (CMAP) is a unique training program that prepares recent college graduates and qualified employees for a career in the Construction Management profession. CMAP participants are full-time Windover employees who, over the course of 24 months, will complete rotations in Estimating, Project Management, and Field Operations.
It’s all about team approach. Our CEO, Lee Dellicker, shared Windover’s story and his 5 tips on building and running a successful business in the fall issue of North of Boston Business magazine. Read the full article here beginning on page 12.
Windover Construction was recognized for the second year in a row with the BONS Home 2017 Editor’s Choice Award for Best Design-Build firm. Thank you to Northshore Home Magazine’s editors for selecting us in this category. Visit our Living Spaces portfolio for more information or to browse our beautiful custom homes gallery.
GLOUCESTER, Mass. (Aug. 3, 2017) – We are proud to announce the completion of a classroom renovation and reconfiguration project at the Wellspring House Education Center in Gloucester, Mass. The space was transformed from one large classroom into a multi-room suite including foyer, computer lab, conference room, galley kitchen and working office space, complete with a separate
Ground penetrating radar (GPR), also known as ground surveying, is a non-invasive, geophysical mapping method using radar pulses to image the ground’s subsurface. By using GPR on project sites we can detect underground obstructions – like pipes, utilities, leaks and line breaks – in a non-intrusive way, and its results have a massive impact on
Tyler Virden joined Windover in October 2008 as a project manager and one of only twelve employees! As the company grew, so did his role. Tyler is now Director of Project Management. In this role, Tyler wears many hats—from leading preconstruction phases, to acting as a project executive throughout the lifecycle of a project, to
When an academic institution embarks on a construction project — whether it’s an expansion, renovation, new building or other undertaking — the first step is choosing a construction manager (CM). After research, company interviews, cost comparisons and a final decision, you’re good to go, right? Not quite. Windover’s Director of Field Operations Marc Ciaramitaro shares the
BOSTON (June 12, 2017) – We are proud to announce the completion of Rail Stop Restaurant & Bar, an upscale contemporary restaurant located at Boston Landing, a new mixed-use development on the Allston/Brighton line. Rail Stop is a 10,000 square-foot, single-level restaurant and bar located at 96 Guest St. It will serve contemporary New England cuisine
Windover Construction’s team hosted a cookout for residents at the 60 Pleasant Street Apartments, a permanent, supportive veteran’s housing facility in Beverly, MA this past Memorial Day weekend. A small gesture when compared to the contribution and sacrifices these vets have made for our country, the Memorial Day “Serving Those Who Served” cookout has become
The words aesthetic, spiritual, emotional, social, intellectual and physical representing the six elements of St. John’s Prep wellness program are carved in stone gracing the front façade of their new 88,000 square-foot Wellness Center. St. John’s Prep held their Datestone Ceremony on Saturday, May 20th which included the unveiling of these letter-carved stones, and the placing of the time