DIMEO Residential



Corporate Overview

Experience Profile


Corporate Overview


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Our Philosophy Builds Success

Our Resources & Market Position

sub contractors >6000 9 DECADES serving clients OSHA BEST IN NATION inspection record among

82 ranked top CMs / ENR

175+ PROFESSIONALS average longevity 15+ years $ S/W/MBE contracts 1.5 BILLION CMAR >85%

.77 EMR

Through three generations of family leadership, the Dimeo organization has successfully nurtured and grown a corporate culture anchored to service, transparency, quality, and superior value.

8 BIM/VDC experts BILLION $1 bonding financial strengths

$1.5 BILLION LEAN assignments

preconstruction ANNUALLY $2 BILLION

Steve Rutledge President & CEO

Brad Dimeo Chair

Today, the company is led by Stephen F. Rutledge, President & CEO, and Bradford S. Dimeo, Chair. Together, both men are engaged in working with our clients and project teams to ensure complete customer satisfaction. At Dimeo, we place significant emphasis on assuring strong team alignment on every project we plan and build.


O We develop and nurture team relationships and collaborations that result in constructing buildings that exceed our clients’ expectations.


Bradford S. Dimeo, Chair


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Residential Redevelopment And Renovation // East Boston, MA Size: 142,630 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture Orient Heights Phase 3

Dimeo Construction Company was recently awarded the BHA-owned public housing development Orient Heights Phase 3 in East Boston, Massachusetts. Designed by ICON Architecture, this residential project will begin in spring of 2021 and includes the demolition of three existing apartment buildings and one community building. The new construction will include three new mid rise townhouse apartment buildings, and renovations will be made to seven existing rowhouse buildings. A total of 123 new apartments will be provided as well as complete sitework and landscaping.

Experience Profile


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Residential Redevelopment // New Haven, CT Total Size: 125,000 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture New Rowe Residences

The new William T. Rowe residences consists of nine floors of one and two-bedroom units, with 104 units in total. The project features brick, cast stone window lintels, punch windows, synthetic slate shingles and metal wall panel facade. The ground floor includes a community room, retail and program space, and residential on-site parking.

Residential and Mixed-Use Development // Boston, MA Size: 267,450 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture The Residences At Forest Hills Station

Dimeo Construction Company recently completed the Residences at Forest Hills Station designed by ICON Architecture. Criterion Development Partners (CDP) has transformed the existing parking lot at the corner of Washington Street and the Arborway into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, transit oriented, mixed-use development with market-rate, affordable workforce housing and access to the Orange Line. The project is comprised of 250 units including Studio, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom+, 2 Bedroom and 3 Bedroom Units. Of the 250 units, 13 are barrier free units and 6 are Sensory Units.


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Residential & Mixed-Use Development // Boston, MA Size: 200,000 sf // Architect: Samuels & Associates Washington Village

Dimeo Construction Company was recently awarded the Washington Village Phase 1 project by developer Samuels & Associates in Boston, MA. The project is a multi-phased mixed-use development proposed in the Andrew Square neighborhood of South Boston. Phase 1, designed by PCA, Inc. will consist of 214 units of housing, approximately 20,000 sf of ground floor retail, interior and exterior parking and associated site improvements. The Phase 1 Project site is located within the 4.7-acre main parcel with adjacent residential properties which require sensitivity to daily construction activities and mitigation. The project will include a single varying height structure consisting of a 2-story steel podium with 5 stories of wood framed residential (units and amenity space) above, interior podium parking with mechanical parking system (puzzle system), and associated site improvements. The site improvements include but are not limited to outdoor parking, amenity and/or recreation spaces, roadways/driveways, and utilities.

Residential Redevelopment Phases I-III // Norwalk, CT Total Size: 359,838 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture / DKH Architects, Inc. Soundview Landing

The Washington Village Redevelopment effort is a three phase project designed to revitalize South Norwalk. The initiative replaces the 136 unit public housing project with a new 273 apartment complex, 50 percent of which will be reserved for public housing. The project is in a Coastal Flood Zone and will be constructed simultaneously with the City of Norwalk’s reconstruction of adjacent Raymond and Day Streets to mitigate flood damage to the development. The site accommodates surface level parking, in addition to exterior surface parking, landscaping, site lighting, street trees, and sidewalk. This residential redevelopment initiative represents total collaboration of Federal, State and Local agencies and is also being administered under two section 3 guidelines.


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Residential & Mixed Use Development // Boston, MA Size: 380,000 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture Avenir

Avenir is a 241 unit ‘high-end’ rental development, with 17 below-market units, in a ten story steel-framed structure. Included within the structure are 116 parking spaces, 28,000 sf of commercial space, and 7,000 sf of reworked MBTA station entries. The project is situated above, and is partially supported by the structure of the MBTA’s Orange and Green Line North Super Station. The building’s varied massing and texture responds to the historic context of individual buildings aggregated over time, while meeting the technical challenges involved in building on top of a subway “superstation”.

New Residences at Morrissey Boulevard // Boston, MA Size: 219,000 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture HUB25

Located in the Dorchester section of Boston, HUB 25 consists of 278 apartments in two buildings nestled on a 2.35 acre site, situated directly adjacent to the JFK Redline Transit station (with bus, train and commuter rail services). Hub 25 mixes commercial and live/work ground level spaces with innovative apartments. Each building is five stories tall, clad in unique combinations of metal shingles, corrugated metal siding, metal panels and brick. The buildings are currently designed with a structural steel frame on the lower levels and a panelized wood frame on the upper floors. Amenities include a fitness room, a club room and an outdoor pool.


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Mixed-Use Transit Oriented Redevelopment // Allston, MA Size: 292,000 sf // Architect: Stantec Allston Yards

Allston Yards, Building “A,” is a mixed-use project that includes a four-story residential building over a podium level. Below the podium level is two stories of lobbies, retail, fit out of a Stop & Shop grocery store with parking, storage and MEP services. Below grade is another two stories of underground delivery corridors and parking. The site is located within the existing parking lot area of the Stop & Shop Shopping Center and is bound by the Mass Pike/Commuter rail line (Boston Landing Station) immediately to the north. In total the building is eight levels high and approximately 292,000 sf. The overall footprint covers approximately 65,000sf. The residential apartment complex includes 165 units, an amenity space and fitness center. The structured parking includes approximately 295 spaces. The lower four levels for the retail structure is a post-tensioned, reinforced concrete structure and the upper four levels for the residential structure is wood framed. Included with the project (early on) is construction of an enlarged parking lot to offset the parking needs for the existing Stop & Shop Grocery Store, utility and roadway work for the future Guest and West Streets and the demolition of the existing Home Goods/Dollar Tree building for future development.

Phase 3B & C // Boston, MA Size: 182,300 sf // Architect: The Architectural Team Old Colony Public Housing Community

Dimeo recently completed Phase 3 B&C of the Old Colony Public Housing Community project in Boston, MA. This 182,360 sf project designed by The Architectural Team involved the new construction of 170 residential units in two buildings. Building B includes an approximate 105,000 sf development comprised of one hundred fifteen (115) one, two, three and four-bedroom residential units in one four-story elevator building, with accessory property management and maintenance space located on the first floor. Building C includes is 51,000 sq/ft and adds 55 affordable, highly efficient units for seniors and people with disabilities and is one of the first PHIUS Certified Public housing developments in Boston. The building was recently awarded best Low-Rise Multifamily design at the 2022 PHIUS National Passive House Projects Competition.


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Residential // Providence, RI Size: 158,000 sf // Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates The Sharpe Building

The Sharpe Building at the Foundry consists of the conversion of a 158, 000 sf, six-story historic industrial building into market-rate apartments. The building features steel-and-brick arch construction with wood-plank floors and large wood windows. A 135-foot-tall square chimney rises 65 feet above the roof – one of the highest points in the capital city. There are 196-units consisting of studio, 1 and 2-bedroom apartments. Included in the scope were all new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services as well as new elevators and stair towers. Amenities include a fitness center, theater and roof deck .

Residential Complex with Parking // Natick, MA Size: 457,000 sf // Architect: Stantec Nouvelle At Natick

Dimeo served as the Construction Manager for General Growth Properties for a multi-phased retail and residential expansion to its existing mall in Natick, MA. The residential portion of the project consisted of a 215 unit, 457,000 sf facility which includes amenities such as concierge service, fitness center, library, billiards room, screening room, outdoor grilling area, a +/-35,000 sf fully landscaped “green” roof area, and structured parking for 373 vehicles. These one, two, and three bedroom, high-end condominiums are located in two towers, one 12 stories, and the other 10, with a parking garage linking them.


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New Residential Redevelopment // New Haven, CT Size: 206,800 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture Quinnipiac Terrace Housing

This multi-phased project began with the demolition of 18 existing buildings and the construction of 81 new wood framed, low income, residential units in New Haven, CT. When the plan won a $20 million Hope VI grant in 2003, there were about 154 families living at Quinnipiac Terrace/Riverview, and many of the units were boarded up. The site required remediation, landscaping, concrete form and flatwork, masonry, rough and finish carpentry, finishes and mechanical and electrical work. The project was funded by HUD, The City of New Haven and the New Haven Housing Authority, with remediation reimbursement from the State of Connecticut, a Low income Tax Credit Equity, and a contribution from Trinity Financial for the park areas.

New Residential Redevelopment // East Boston, MA Total Size: 250,000 sf // Architect: ICON Architecture Maverick Landing

The project is a multi-block development on the East Boston’s waterfront implementing mid-rise to low-rise structures to accommodate various living arrangements - from elderly apartments to market-rate townhouses. A transit-oriented development, Maverick Landing, is Massachusetts’s first green, affordable multi-family housing development.


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Guestroom Addition // East Boston, MA Size: 48,960 sf // Architect: BMA Architectural Group Hilton Garden Inn

Dimeo Construction Company recently completed this 48,960 sf project, designed by BMA Architectural Group. The project consists of a 5-story, 83-room addition of prefabricated heavy gauge metal framing on concrete decks. Two-hour rated concrete masonry unit shaft construction was utilized for the elevator and stairwell. LEAN methodology was implemented by the delivery of prefabricated walls with sheathing, insulation, storefronts and an air vapor barrier system already in place. Site work included soil improvements with frost wall and grade beam foundations. This fast track assignment was completed in 10 months.

Occupied Residential Renovation // Boston, MA Size: 95,000 sf // Architect: The Architectural Team 860 Harrison Avenue

This project comprised the rehabilitation of 50 studio units, 21 one bedroom units, and 24 two bedroom units along with the conversion of 8 units into 7 accessible units including 4 studios, 1 one bedroom unit, and 2 two bedroom units. On the first floor, the project included the phased relocation of existing office space to the Mass Ave. mechanical room after all the MEP systems requiring relocation were relocated. After the relocation, additional management office space was expanded on the first floor. In addition, the project included three permit related components such as landscaping/playground improvements and a new entrance for South End Fitness Center.


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Residential Redevelopment // Cambridge, MA Size: 168,500 sf // Architect: Baker/Wohl Architects Jackson Gardens & Lincoln Way

Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) selected Dimeo to perform construction and renovation of housing on two separate sites on parallel schedules. Dimeo replaced the 60 unit Lincoln Way property with new low rise family residential development on the same 3.1 acre site in West Cambridge. At the same time, Dimeo comprehensively modernized Jackson Gardens, a 45 unit property in the Central Square neighborhood of Cambridge.

Mixed-Use Redevelopment // Providence, RI Size: 320,000 sf // Architect: Durkee, Brown, Viveiros & Werenfels Peerless Lofts

This project in the heart of the Providence art district, provides greatly needed housing in the downtown area. The 230,000 sf, 7-story building underwent complete interior renovations including all new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection services, new elevators and stair towers. A seven story atrium was cut through the center of the building. The basement level needed to be structurally reinforced to accommodate a new 73-car parking garage. The first floor provides the building with retail space and floors 2-7 houses 97 loft and one-bedroom apartments. The building's exterior brick and stone façade and a portion of the wood windows were completely restored.


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Apartment Building Renovation // Cambridge, MA Size: 21,151x sf // Architect: D/R/E/A/M Collaborative 22-24 Magazine Street

The apartment building at 22-24 Magazine Street in Cambridge, MA, consists of two buildings with four stories each with a total of 12 newly renovated units. The turn-of-the century wood framed structure experienced a major fire in the fall of 2017, which resulted in damage to the façade and structure and extensive water and smoke damage to the throughout the interior. MITIMCO used the disaster as an opportunity to restore and upgrade the aging apartment building and return much needed housing back to a desirable location in Cambridge. The scope of work for these existing wood-framed structures included a new electrical upgrade to the 800 amp electrical service, new ductwork, new sprinklers and plumbing throughout, and new heat pump systems for each apartment. The existing pine floors were refinished. On the exterior, new fiber cement siding and trim, deck rails, and floor decking as well as new double hung windows were installed throughout.

Our Services


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Mitigating Risk Through Innovative Services



Dimeo’s virtual design team is leading project teams through application of existing condition surveys, design coordination, prefabrication modularization, logistical planning and as-built documentation.

Dimeo teams apply lean approaches to identify efficient work structuring through combining concurrent activities, utilizing just-in time (jit), prefabrication, and modular production strategies.

Dimeo’s Safety and Loss Control Program has been highly effective in maintaining safe and productive job sites, with extensive recognition and industry leadership.



Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) are powerful catalysts in supporting continuous collaboration among clients, designers, construction firms, manufacturers, and suppliers.

Dimeo professionals implement a proven QA/QC strategy from the point of inception of a project to achieve the intended quality standard specified.



Dimeo has long been an industry leading participant in the effort to support and build sustainable buildings.

Dimeo’s preconstruction team focuses on engaging the owner and design team to ensure that project risks are planned for and that the best building investment value is realized.



Dimeo’s purchasing team serves as an independent resource to our project teams and clients throughout the scope, bid, subcontract award, GMP development process.

Dimeo views the period of substantial completion, commissioning & turnover as the real indicator of how well we perform our duties as your construction manager.


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