NEW HIRES
Landry/French Construction Co. added four people to its staff.
743604_548394-Chuck-Pollock-1Chuck Pollock joined the company as superintendent. He brings nearly 30 years of experience in commercial construction, including 28 years with a local contractor.

 

 

743604_548394-Nick-Duncan-1Nick Duncan joined as assistant project manager.
Duncan brings five years of industry experience, most recently working for PC Construction and Consigli.

 

 

743604_548394-Jim-GardnerJim Gardner was hired as director of preconstruction services.
He has 30 years of experience in the commercial construction industry, most recently as senior estimator at Consigli.

 

 

743604_548394-Jon-Sirois-1Jon Sirois joined as project manager.
Sirois has more than 12 years of project management experience specializing in health care, commercial and municipal projects. He previously worked for a national contractor in Virginia working on projects at The Pentagon, U.S. Naval Academy and Andrews Air Force Base.

Chase Custom Homes & Finance Inc. of Westbrook recently announced two new hires.
548394 Liz PrybyloLiz Prybylo joined as marketing manager. She has been working in real estate and development for more than nine years, most recently as a marketing coordinator in greater Boston.

 

Kathy Hallee

Kathy Hallee joined as administrative coordinator. Most recently, she provided support services to the SAD17 school system.

 

 

PROMOTIONS
Chase Custom Homes & Finance Inc. of Westbrook promoted two on its staff.
743604_548394-Eric-HalleeEric Hallee was promoted to president. Hallee owned his own successful construction company for many years before joining the Chase Custom Homes.

 

 

743604_548394-William-NooneWilliam Noone was promoted to sales manager. Noone has several years of experience in new construction and sales.

 

 

AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS
The redevelopment of an abandoned mill building in Sanford was recognized with a Phoenix Award celebrating outstanding execution in cleaning up a former brownfield site and transforming it into a significant community asset.
The redevelopment of Sanford Mill took seven years from start to finish, according to Josh Benthien, a partner at Northland Enterprises. The mill is a mixed-use development that includes residential units, office and retail space.

BOARD APPOINTMENTS
National Association of Women in Construction Maine Chapter 276 recently inducted a new board of officers and directors.
The board of officers include: Robin Wood, of Reed & Reed, who will serve as president; Heather Berlinski, of Kleinfelder, as vice president; Bethany Martin, of Reed & Reed, as treasurer; Mackenzie Kersbergen, of the Maine Department of Transportation, as recording secretary; and Lori Gile, of Auburn Concrete, as corresponding secretary.
The board of directors includes: Margo Walsh, of Maine Works; Rachel Theriault, of All States Asphalt Inc; Brooke Glidden, of Kleinfelder; and Kyla Magnusson, of Preferred Construction Management.