DEW Construction would like to welcome Safety Manager Kamron Bushway, Project Managers Kevin Hoard and David Dalton, Assistant Superintendent Andrew Hoogeboom, and Accounts Payable Associates JoAnne Silloway and Alex Chappell.
Safety Manager Kamron Bushway leads and manages our Company’s safety program. He monitors all construction activities to ensure compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) construction industry standards. Kamron works closely with operations on job-specific safety, preconstruction planning for new project safety, and human resources on staffing safety requirements. He is responsible for keeping all personnel current on required training and procuring and distributing the most up-to-date personal protective equipment to our staff. Additionally, Kamron collaborates with our third-party inspection company, Contractor’s Risk Management (CRM), to conduct regular site Inspections.
Project Managers Kevin Hoard and David Dalton manage the business side of projects, including preparing budgets, creating schedules, responding to unique project demands, collaborating with engineers and architects, and communicating with our clients about progress. Both Kevin and David will be working out of our Manchester, NH office.
Kevin Hoard holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. He is skilled in all facets of the construction industry, including estimation and project management. He has worked on various projects ranging in size from $600 thousand to $100 million. For the last six years, Kevin has been managing the construction of a new 126,000 GSF performing arts and education center, including two world-class concert halls for seating over 2,000.
David Dalton has over 25 years of industry experience and an extensive portfolio, including healthcare projects, high-rise residential, occupied data centers, education, government-municipal, high-end restaurants and breweries, and office buildings. David has managed projects ranging in scale and complexity from $2-$80 million.
Assistant Superintendent Andrew Hoogeboom will direct field activities with the team, quality control, safety, field office administration, and look-ahead schedules. He has over ten years of industry experience and is a decorated military veteran and former Infantry FireTeam Leader and Infantryman for the United States Army and National Guard, respectively. Most recently, Andrew has been supervising the construction of multi-family housing projects for a company in Denver, Colorado.
Accounts Payable Associates JoAnne Silloway and Alex Chappell are responsible for managing incoming invoices, processing timely payments to outside vendors and subcontractors, and internal reconciliation of employee credit cards.
JoAnne has over 28 years of accounting experience and previously worked for a construction company, where she was responsible for accounts payable and employee payroll, as well as numerous HR-related tasks, such as maintaining personnel files and onboarding new hires.
Alex Chappell comes from a background in accounting, having previously worked as an office supervisor for a local retailer, validating receivables, generating vendor payments, and performing daily reconciliations and audits.