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Our Philosophy Builds Success
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.
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.
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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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%
8 BIM/VDC experts BILLION $1 bonding financial strengths
$1.5 BILLION LEAN assignments
preconstruction ANNUALLY $2 BILLION
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New Building // Cranston, RI Size: 95,000 sf // Architect: Fielding International Garden City Elementary School
Dimeo Construction Company is underway at the Garden City Elementary School Building project. The project is designed by Fielding International and the new facility will offer compliance with the 21st century learning needs that meet the current educational program requirement for grade levels K-5 as well as meet or exceed present sustainability and energy codes. The project includes demolition of existing +/- 33,000 SF building, followed by the building of a new 85,000 SF building with a max capacity of 575 students, on existing site. The scope includes site improvements such as but not limited to; student bus and parent drop off areas, additional parking, new play structures, outdoor learning areas and plantings. The gas and electrical services will be upgraded with a new generator specified for the project. The project will incorporate a combination of sub-surface and surface storm water infiltration systems. There is an existing play field adjacent to the site which will remain in place and will need to be protected during construction. The new facility will provide a varied combination of varied combination of learning and community engagement areas, such as learning communities, cafeteria and gymnasium which also include performance areas.
New High School // Grafton, MA Size: 186,000 sf // Architect: SMMA Occupied Site Grafton High School
The new Grafton High School is located on the existing 46 acre high school site so great care and planning took place to segregate the work site from the occupied campus. The new 186,000-square-foot Grafton High School serves 900 students, with the design flexibility of accommodating up to 1,200. The school provides advanced educational spaces developed around a forward-thinking philosophy and flexible cluster (pod) plan approach. These pods are designed and organized to reinforce the tenets of 21st century career skills: collaboration, communication, creativity critical thinking, and problem solving. The school was programmed and designed with a focus on 1:1 technology.
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New High School // Worcester, MA Size: 421,858 sf // Architect: Lamoureux Pagano Assoc. | Architects Occupied Site Doherty Memorial High School
Dimeo Construction Company was recently awarded the Doherty Memorial High School project in the City of Worcester where we will support Fontaine Brothers in this 421,858 SF joint venture! The current high school, constructed in 1966 and is located on a 20 acre parcel, shall remain occupied during the phased construction of the new high school on a nearby sloping site. Upon completion of the new high school, the current high school will be demolished to make way for new athletic fields. The new facility will be a 420,000+ sf building which will serve grades 9-12 with an increased enrollment to 1670 students. Sustainable construction will include a rooftop photovoltaic power station.
Jonathan E. Reed Elementary/Middle School // Waterbury, CT Size: 76,000 sf // Architect: Svigals + Partners, LLP Waterbury Schools
Jonathan Reed Elementary was built in memory of Reverend Jonathan E Reed, and is the first school in Waterbury named after an African American. This new, $31.5 million, 76,000 sf elementary/middle school contains a two story classroom wing with two classrooms for each grade, special education rooms, art & science classrooms and home resource rooms. The classroom wing also has a new media center and support space for school staff. The two-story open ceiling "cafetorium", full size gym and athletic support spaces is located in an adjacent wing. Although not seeking LEED certification, the school achieved LEED Silver status. The completion of this project had a very real social and economic impact for the City of Waterbury, instilling pride and excitement within the surrounding community.
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New High School // Tolland, CT Size: 230,000 sf // Architect: Moser/Pilon/Nelson Tolland High School
Dimeo acted as the Construction Administrator for the town of Tolland’s new high school. The new $46 million, 230,000 sf, 2 story senior high school houses 1,300 students and includes a 900-seat auditorium, cafeteria, gymnasium, and almost 60 classrooms, including music classrooms with special acoustical finishes, science classrooms, computer labs, specialty labs, and a new 10,000 sf library/media center. The school was built on a 45 acre parcel that required extensive site development for the school, roadways, parking, and multiple playing fields, including softball, baseball, track, football, soccer, practice fields and tennis courts. This project was completed on schedule and slightly under budget.
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New Middle/High School // Duxbury, MA Size: 322,200 sf // Architect: Mount Vernon Group Occupied Site Town Of Duxbury
The new, MSBA-funded co-located Middle and High School is part of the 65+ acre St. George Street campus and replaces both the existing Duxbury Middle and High Schools. The new 322,000 sf, 1,700 student school includes a three-story High School wing which houses typical and specialized High School learning areas as well as High School administration; it also includes a three-story Middle School wing that contains Middle School administration as well as typical and specialized Middle School learning areas arranged in teams. This configuration allows for two teams per grade and one grade per floor, a spine concourse, and the one, two and three story “core plus” wing, which houses shared spaces for athletics, the arts, cafeteria and media center. BIM was used for spatial coordination of MEP/FP systems to improve installation and reduce rework.
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New High School // Newton, MA Size: 400,000 sf // Architect: Dore & Whittier Architects Occupied Site Newton North High School
• LEED Gold certified • Two-story academic/athletic building • Four-story classroom wing • Theater • Indoor swimming pool, gym, athletic fields & athletic support facilities
• Automotive, carpentry, electrical, graphics, printing and culinary arts program facilities • Parking and vehicle circulation • Site utilities, landscaping and site improvements
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Middle School Addition // Providence, RI Size: 18,260 sf // Architect: Rhinebeck Architecture & Planning PC Moses Brown School
Dimeo constructed an addition and renovated the west wing of the existing 4-story middle school originally constructed circa 1819. The Ross House, is a 2-story, steel framed structure with historical details to match the existing building. The new structure houses science, computer and language classrooms. Site work encompassed utilities for the addition, which included an emergency generator, transformer, fire protection and domestic water, drainage and sewer systems. Exposed aggregate walkways, new site lighting, and landscaping around the addition rounded out site improvements.
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St. George’s School Fine Arts Center Expansion and Renovation // Newport, RI Size: 42,230 sf // Architect: Sasaki Associates, Inc.
This 42,230 sf project was designed to create a campus center in a space that originally housed the school gymnasium and locker facilities. The new renovated and expanded building offers a formal exhibit gallery; a theater; dressing rooms; classrooms for drawing, painting, graphic arts and photography; music rooms; shop welding; and woodworking.
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New High School // Madison, CT Size: 207,000 sf // Architect: JCJ Architecture Daniel Hand High School
This new 207,000 sf high school constructed for the Town of Madison, CT offers classrooms, administrative space; media center; gymnasium; and cafeteria. The school consists of 2 separate buildings connected by an enclosed student commons bridge. The facility was constructed in brick masonry with precast accents and a glass third story. Additionally, the site features a bus drop off area between the 2 buildings, separating student/staff parking from parent/visitor drop off areas.
Renovations and Additions // Centerbook, CT Size: 55,000 sf // Architect: Arbonies King Vlock Essex Elementary School
Dimeo successfully cut the original 24 month schedule to 12 months, and substanitally completed the assignment in 10.5 months! The project involved renovations and an addition to an existing 76,000 sf, 50 year old elementary school. Work included renovations to classrooms and administrative offices, and the creation of a new bus drop off area and entrance on the east side of the building. The original project was modified to include a 14,000 sf eight classroom addition after it was discovered that a septic issue would have driven up the cost of simply expanding the classrooms. The addition was able to be built within the voter-approved budget, and provided “swing space” into which the students were moved during work on classrooms in other areas of the building.
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College of Engineering // Kingston, RI Size: 186,000 sf // Architect: Ballinger Architects University of Rhode Island
The new 186,000 “H”-shaped facility, which includes a walk-out lower level, 6-story bridge structure and 2 - 4 story office wings, replaces five separate buildings built in the 1950 and 60’s. The first floor, located on the Quad level, has a large south-facing commons and computer lab, and features a clear span commons area with café, with no columns, as part of the bridge structure. The first floor also features a combination of instructional labs and interactive classrooms opening up to student interaction spaces. The upper floors comprise flexible, modular labs near the faculty offices and graduate student workstations. The project was designed to meet LEED Silver standards.
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WE ARE DEDICATED TO BUILDING GREAT COMMUNITIES.
Dimeo Employee Charitable Fund (DECF) recipients:
M/W/SBE Workforce & Outreach
• Targeted bid packages, strategically developed • Partner with the RI Office of Diversity, Equity & Opportunity (ODEO) to identify M/W/D & VBEs • Partnerships with Building Futures: • Electric Boat • Port of Providence • Citizens HQ • Garrahy Garage • CVS • Brown Metcalf & Animal Care • URI COE & Bliss Hall Our goal is to engage the diversity and develop skill sets of the local workforce to sponsor opportunities for career development, local business participation and community engagement.
TOTAL WORKING HOURS - LAST 5 YEARS
Mitigating Risk Through Innovative Services
LEAN CONSTRUCTION MINIMIZING COSTS, MAXIMIZING VALUE
SAFETY & LOGISTICS SAFETY FIRST, SECOND AND LAST
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.
VDC / BIM A MODEL FOR SUCCESS
QUALITY ASSURANCE / CONTROL MAINTAINING THE HIGHEST STANDARDS
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.
PLANNING MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE
SUSTAINABILITY BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE
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.
SOURCING A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE
COMMISSIONING CERTIFYING AT EVERY STAGE
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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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.
75 Chapman Street Providence, RI 02905 401.781.9800 88 Black Falcon Avenue Suite 307 Boston, MA 02210 617.502.3080 700 State Street Suite 101 New Haven, CT 06511 203.777.5410 www.dimeo.com An Equal Opportunity Employer
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