Williston, VT – DEW Construction recently announced two new hires and three promotions within the firm.
Justin DePasquale has been hired as assistant project manager. He brings over 17 years of industry experience and is proficient in all aspects of project management. Prior to joining DEW Construction, he established his own construction company in Rhode Island, specializing in constructing recreation centers for several years. He is currently helping to oversee the management of the South Burlington School District – Zero Energy Modular Classroom project in South Burlington. Additionally, he is assisting in managing several projects currently active at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.
Patrick Turnbull has been hired as superintendent. He has over a decade of experience overseeing commercial and federal construction projects. He has worked extensively with the U.S. Air Force, Army Corps of Engineers, and the U.S. Navy. Turnbull’s previous roles include working as a property manager, project manager, and quality control manager, and as a superintendent for various federal projects. He is currently on-site at The Marek, supervising the construction of a 235K GSF multi-family housing complex in Lebanon, N.H.
Matt Cadiuex has been promoted from superintendent to senior superintendent. He is currently overseeing the construction of Building M, a 252,000 GSF, multi-family housing development called Cambrian Rise, located in Burlington.
Scott Speyers has been promoted from superintendent to senior superintendent. He recently completed the redevelopment of the 117,000sf, former Connor Homes manufacturing facility in Middlebury, which has been converted into an indoor hemp cultivation and manufacturing facility. He is currently supervising the construction of a renovation project at Charlotte Central School in Vermont.
Tom Langlois has been promoted from foreman to assistant superintendent. He is currently assisting in the supervision of the new construction of the 34,000 GSF Williston Public Safety Facility in Vermont.