From Our view: Cheers, jeers for local newsmakers, Gloucester Daily Times – Feb. 26, 2018 Manchester resident Lee Dellicker, who is still CEO, and Newbury resident Stuart Meurer, the company president, recently announced the transfer of the full-service construction management company based in Beverly. Dellicker told reporter Ethan Forman the company, with revenues approaching $130 million, could not have grown from
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A trained architect with a passion for details, process-oriented, and problem-solving, Jen Robitaille joined Windover Construction as a project manager in 2013. Jen was recently promoted to Senior Project Manager. She combines her wealth of design knowledge and project management expertise to lead her teams in an efficient and collaborative manner. Jen is responsible for every
We love building great things with great people! For the past five years, this amazing group of Windover employees has contributed their experience and skills in making our company what it is today. Please join us in celebrating their five-year anniversary with Windover Construction: Peter Gourdeau – Director of Project Development Services Suzy Clancy – Project Accountant
New advances in technology for BIM and Virtual Reality (VR) are revolutionizing the future of the construction process by providing clients and project teams with a realistic and immersive experience. Windover’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, shared his insight with High-Profile on how Windover is unlocking the potential of immersive visualization through VR for
In case you haven’t heard the news, Windover Construction is now employee owned! Writer Ethan Forman shares our story in his recent article featured in the Gloucester Daily Times.
There are many construction management firms out there but how do you find the right building partner for your next hospitality project. Windover’s CEO, Lee Dellicker, shares his five tips on how to ensure a successful partnership with your builder, regardless of your building approach in the February issue of Food & Drink International magazine.
Founded in 2007 with just seven employees at the helm, Windover recently celebrated its 10th anniversary milestone in 2017. Over the span of a decade, Windover’s talent has grown to 90 employees who have strongly positioned our firm in several markets including academic, institutional, multi-unit housing, hospitality, and custom homes. Our team has worked to
Windover’s news about the company’s formation of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan was recently featured in Wicked Local Beverly. Read the full article here to learn about the exciting changes we saw in 2017.
Windover Construction celebrates a successful decade in business by making a significant investment in its future with the recent formation of an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). This decision is a direct reflection of the firm’s dedication to the people who have worked so hard to build and grown the business.
You may or may not be aware that on January 1, 2018, the ninth edition of the Massachusetts State Building Code (780 CMR) went into effect including significant changes to several key categories. This new edition is based on 2015 International Building Code (IBC), the 2015 International Existing Building Code (IEBC), and the International Energy