DEW Construction Corporation has opened an Upper Valley office in Hanover. The new office for the Williston, VT based company is located at 23 South Main Street and provides office space for staff as well as for conferences and meetings. Don Wells, President of DEW stated, “The decision to expand our presence in the Upper Valley is market driven and will allow DEW to better serve our current and future customers here.”
The new Hanover office for DEW Construction is in the heart of Hanover’s business district, and in the hub of the region. Don Wells, Executive VP Jeff Davis and VP Steve Morton will be instrumental in implementing services that DEW provides and managing the projected growth of the Hanover office. “DEW considers itself a partner with every owner and understands that as a key member of the team it is DEW’s responsibility to represent the owner’s best interest. Easy accessibility is key to that relationship,” Wells said.
The Upper Valley is a market in which DEW has performed significant work over the last decade. DEW currently has several projects under construction in the area including the new Lebanon Public Works Administrative Offices, The Putney School Field House (a LEED Platinum project) and was recently awarded the Chelsea Health Center. In addition, DEW is currently providing construction management services for two major projects in Lebanon. One is a 103,000 square-foot medical office building for Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, and the other is for three buildings totaling 132,000 square-feet at the new InnoVision Business Campus. Building permits for both projects will be sought in coming months.
DEW Construction, which celebrated its 12th anniversary in April, has become one of the region’s largest general contractors offering construction management, design/build, and general contracting services throughout Vermont, New Hampshire, and upstate New York.
DEW offers estimating, feasibility studies, construction management, design/build, general contracting, master planning, and program management services. The company currently employs about 110 of which 75 are trained trades specialists.