DEW Construction Welcomes Three, Promotes Two

Manchester, NH – DEW Construction announced it recently welcomed three new hires and promoted two team members.

Kimberly Lawton recently joined the team as a project engineer out of the Manchester office. She will support the project managers and superintendents in planning and organizing resources to ensure successful project execution. Additionally, she will assist her project teams in the construction process, paying close attention to project quality, schedule, cost control, safety, environmental protection, and customer satisfaction.

With over 40 years of industry experience, Arthur Chiaverini has joined the team as a senior superintendent. He will be supervising the U-Haul Warehouse project in Williston, Vt. He will oversee and coordinate the work of the DEW field staff and subcontractors, ensuring all production aspects are executed in a timely and cost-effective manner. Furthermore, he will uphold a safe and orderly work environment.

Shane Snyder has joined the team at The MAREK South in Lebanon, as an assistant superintendent. He will be primarily responsible for assisting the superintendents with the supervision of projects. He will lead the field teams and subcontractors while directing all construction activities at the project site in accordance with the schedule, budget, contract documents, and procedures.

Drew Johnson has been promoted to project manager. He joined DEW as an assistant project manager just over one year ago. With this promotion, he will oversee projects from planning to implementation. He will lead the project team, ensuring all objectives regarding quality, schedule, cost, safety, and customer satisfaction are met. He has over 17 years of industry experience, encompassing project estimating, site supervision, and management.

Cameron Riley has recently been promoted to field operations manager from his previous position as superintendent. He began his journey with DEW as a foreman over five years ago. He will now oversee the management and development of DEW’s trade workers and foremen based out of the firm’s New Hampshire offices. Additionally, he will work closely with project teams to effectively plan and fulfill various resource requirements.

Lawton is OSHA 30-hour certified and has gained experience as a project engineer for a construction company in Maine over the past three years.

Chiaverini brings extensive expertise in preconstruction, design coordination, and subcontractor negotiations. His technical knowledge spans various areas, including carpentry, concrete, and form design. Additionally, he is highly skilled in administrative duties such as contract negotiations, budget creation, and scheduling.

With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Snyder has focused much of his career on constructing large commercial residential projects. His leadership style emphasizes forward-thinking approaches to improve productivity, efficiency, and overall profitability.