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 its Manchester roots and a handful of employees 10 years ago to 90 people today without everyone playing their respective roles.s.
Dellicker credits the employees for the company’s success, and says Windover’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan gives employees an incentive to put their nose to the grindstone as they are now sharing in the company’s success.
Windover renovated the BankGloucester building at Main and Pleasant Streets in Gloucester, served as lead architect and developer of the Beauport Gloucester hotel, and is developing 417 Main St. in Gloucester, planned to house the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute.
Construction management is a service business, Dellicker said, and employees play an important part in retaining clients.
“If your people are happy, your customers will feel it and people will hire you,” he said.