Corey MacIntyre-Doyle joined Windover in 2013 as a member of our Field Support Team and recently transitioned into our Construction Management Apprenticeship Program. Team-spirited and hardworking, Corey is an asset to any team he is a part of and works tirelessly to ensure a project’s success. During these past few months of navigating construction during a global pandemic, he has played an integral role in ensuring our projects and teams remain safe. “Corey stepped up and became part of the solution here onsite,” Superintendent Dustin Corbett shared of Corey’s involvement in the protocols Windover has implemented. From temperature screening hundreds of workers daily, to ensuring all common areas are kept clean, to making new hand washing stations available, Corey has taken ownership and, as Dustin shared, “all of his work has allowed us to stay focused on building.” The way Corey has stepped up in different ways throughout the pandemic has been very much appreciated. “I’m grateful for Corey’s work ethic and selflessness to keep our co-workers, subcontractors, and overall jobsite safe. Corey’s result orientated approach is one of the many reasons why he’ll continue to grow as a leader onsite.”
Corey is currently working on the Glen T. Macleod Cape Ann YMCA and Halyard Apartment Community projects in Gloucester, Massachusetts. We caught up with Corey to learn more about his experience at Windover.
What is your favorite thing about working at Windover?
My favorite thing about working for Windover is, hands down, the teamwork atmosphere. Everyone works so well together. Everyone is extremely friendly, and we all work for a common goal – to deliver our projects safely and make our clients’ dreams come true. I have met and worked with a lot of people in my seven years at Windover and hope to continue building friendships with my coworkers.
What is your favorite part of your job?
My favorite part of my job is the variety! Every day on a jobsite is different than the day before. I love being able to collaborate with the project team to find solutions and keep the job on track. We all “wear many hats” on the site, and that makes the days very interesting!
If you were building your dream home, what would it include?
If I was building my dream home, it would be built right on the Annisquam River in Gloucester, with a boat dock. From a young age I have always loved the beach and ocean. In recent years, I have developed a passion for jet skiing, as well!
What has been your favorite community service project?
Windover’s Social Sustainability Committee hosts a cornhole tournament each year to raise money for local nonprofits, and it’s always a fun event. It’s great to get together with coworkers, especially some from the office I don’t get to see often, for some friendly competition and to raise money for a good cause!