Windover is a mid-sized firm that packs a powerful punch! CEO Lee Dellicker discusses his trajectory into construction and the incredible growth our firm has seen in the last decade in this interview hosted by Bloomberg Baystate Business Radio. If you didn’t hear it live, you can listen to the podcast here! Lee’s segment begins around 29:58 minutes.
Windover Construction’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction Amr Raafat discusses the advantages of utilizing drone technology to help avoid costly rework on the jobsite. Read the full article here: Building Forw>rd
Company culture has always been top priority for Windover. Our culture is driven by the relationships we form inside our walls and outside with our clients, business associates, and trade partners. Our Chief People Officer, Hannah Ginley, discusses employee engagement and the important foundation it provides for any strong company culture in this recent Construction
Could Gloucester, MA become the next Kendall Square for bioscience research? Perhaps without as many high-rises or tenants per square foot, but the completion of Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute’s (GMGI) fit-out at 417 Main Street certainly introduces leading-edge, advanced research to the famed port city. Read about how Peter Gourdeau, Windover’s Director of Project Development
Our multi-family project at 211 Rantoul Street is progressing quickly thanks to the use of prefabricated modular sections and BIM technology. As compared to conventional construction, it is estimated that the overall construction schedule for this project has been shortened by three months by using modular! Read more about the project in this recent Salem News coverage.
Join Windover’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, in a conversation on the power of drones and virtual reality (VR) for Building Information Modeling in a recent interview for the upcoming AECNEXT and SPAR3D Expo and Conference. Interested in learning more? Consider attending the conference May 21-23, 2019 and use code “RAAFAT” for a
Windover’s Project Manager, Meg Kearney, joins the conversation in Restaurant Design + Development on how to budget and plan for successful restaurant construction. Meg offers insight into how building strong relationships that work towards the same vision should be the first priority on any project. Read the full article here.
Our Chief People Officer, Hannah Ginley, shares her insight on how we recruit and maintain the awesome group of people who work for our firm in a recent interview for Building Forw>rd. Read the full article here.
Director of Project Development Peter Gourdeau explains how to ace the entitlement phase. Windover’s Project Development Services offers clients immense support and expertise across every level of the development phase, from entitlement to the finished product. Read Peter’s full article filled with insights via Area Development.
“We are our people” is a mantra that we live by here at Windover. As an organization, we firmly believe in creating and fostering opportunities for all members of our team and empowering everyone to be the best that they can be. HighProfile recognized Women-in-Construction in its recent supplement and gave Windover the opportunity to