Dimeo_Boston Life Science

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Contents Corporate Overview Our Team Experience Profile Services

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%

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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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2.7 million square feet

life sciences/research & development

750 thousand square feet manufacturing space

500,000 square feet academic/ teaching space

700,000 square feet research/wet lab space

175,000 square feet computer labs

60,000 square fee t animal care

Our Team

animal care, medical manufacturing, insectories, growth chambers, clean rooms, green house aquatics, micro-biology, organic chemistry and physics labs

35 + highly experienced MEPFP centric life sciences/research professionals in-house

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Bradford S. Dimeo Chair

Stephen F. Rutledge President/CEO

Steven Avery CPA EVP/CFO




Anthony Dematteo VP of Marketing/ Business Development

Doug Peckham PE, LEED AP VP of Boston Operations

Kosta Bitsis LEED AP, CM-Lean VP of Special Projects

Lori Corsi VP of Administration, AA/EEO Officer

Mike Fuchs VP of Preconstruction

Paul Aballo VP of Construction

Frank Reynolds PHIUS

Patrick O'Brien Senior Business Development Manager Jenna Marks Business Development Manager Chris Romano Director of Project Pursuits

Luke George Director of Purchasing

Chris Doepper LEED AP, CM-Lean Project Executive

Bob Kunz Corporate Safety Director

Ray Martin Chief Technology Officer

Director of Estimating

Frank Allard Project Executive

Kevin Ferreira LEED GA, PHIUS Project Executive

Arch and Eng Managers (2) Senior Project Managers (7) Senior Project Manager MEP (1)

Construction Manager (1)

Purchasing Agent (1) Purchasing and Reception Coordinator (1) Insurance/Risk Coordinator (1)

Marketing Proposal Manager (1)

Senior Estimators (4)

Project Engineer Self Perform (1)

Senior Site Safety Managers (2)

Assistant Controller (1)

IT Manager (1)

Superintendents (26)

Graphic Design Manager (1)

Estimators (3)

Site Safety Manager (1)

Payroll Administrator (1)

IT Service and Support Manager (1)

Superintendents MEP (2)

Marketing Content Coordinator (1)

MEP Coordinators (2)

Site Safety Engineers (3)

Cost Control Managers (3)

IT Support Engineer (1)

Assistant Superintendents (14) Assistant Superintendents MEP (2)

Project Managers (17) Project Managers MEP (4)

Site/Civil Specialists (2)

Executive Administrator (1)

Manager of Project Services (1)

Senior VDC/BIM Manager (1)

Asst Project Managers MEP (1)

Project Schedulers (1)

VDC Manager (1)

Assistant Project Managers (7)

Project Engineers (17)

Project Engineer, Virtual (2)

Project Engineers MEP (1) Assistant Project Engineers (2) Interns (2) Manager of Innovation & Team Development (1) Assistant Project Engineer Apprentice (3)


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Jimmy will be responsible for onsite operations during the construction phase of the project. In his role, Jim will have responsibility for administering to all aspects of communications and reporting, as well as the monitoring of project cost, schedule, quality and safety performance of the team and will interface with the client/client representative, consultant and subcontractor teams on issues relating to execution of the work and overall project performance. He’ll be located full time onsite reporting directly to the Project Executive and will have an active and lead role in support of the preconstruction and procurement phases. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE • Vertex Pharmaceutical, Cell & Gene Therapy Clinical Manufacturing Expansion, Providence, RI, $14 million • Rhode Island College, Clarke Science Building Renovation & Addition, Providence, RI, $41,500,000 • Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Facilities Improvements, Providence, RI $22.6 million • University of Connecticut Health Center Ambulatory Care Center Fit-out, Farmington, CT, $59 million* • The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI • Backfill, $7.5 million • Emergency Department Renovation, $14.9 million • New Laboratory & ER Addition & Renovation, $9.8 million • The Victor and Gussie Baxt Building - New OR Suites & Patient Rooms, $54.9 million • RI Rapid Response Hospital Facilities, Providence, Cranston, N. Kingstown, RI, $19 million • Landmark Medical Center, Cardiac Operating Area Addition, Woonsocket, RI, $2.5 million • Roger Williams Medical Center, Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, Providence, RI, $1.2 million • South County Hospital, Ultrasound & Endoscopy Renovations, Wakefield, RI, $400,000 • Women & Infants’, Outpatient Facility, East Greenwich, RI, $367,257 • Kent County Memorial Hospital, Warwick, RI

As the superintendent, Kevin will lead the supervision, coordination, and sequence all field construction activities. He will report daily on all onsite activities, including safety compliance, and will conduct regular coordination meetings where these issues and others will be discussed among the subcontractors. He will be Dimeo’s onsite contact and will administer all field project activities. Kevin brings a wealth of hands-on construction knowledge and overall organizational capabilities in running healthcare, education and commercial construction projects, including supervision in occupied construction environments. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE • Vertex Pharmaceutical, Cell & Gene Therapy Clinical Manufacturing Expansion, Providence, RI, $14 million • Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Facilities Improvements, Providence, RI $22.6 million • Women & Infants Hospital, Multiple Projects, Renovations & New Endoscopy & GI, Providence, RI, $6.9 million • Lawrence & Memorial Hospital, New London, CT • Electric Boat, Universal Building 9A/B, N. Kingstown, RI, $Confidential • National Elevator Industry Educational Program, Warwick, RI, $20 million • Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management, New Trial Court, Lowell, MA, $148.5 million* • Narragansett Schools, Renovations, Narragansett, RI, $19.6 million • MetLife, Occupied Corporate Office Renovations, Warwick, RI, $Confidential • Dassault Systems Interior Fit-out, Johnston, RI, $8,130,703 • FM Global Corporate Offices, New Building, Johnston, RI, $Confidential* • Hasbro, Narragansett Park Administration Building Phases II & III, Pawtucket, RI, $6.4 million • Hasbro, Guard Booth Relocation, Pawtucket, RI, $361,000 • Edwards & Angell Law Offices, Interior Office Fit-up, Providence, RI, $1.8 million • Moses Brown School, Summer Renovations Projects, Providence, RI, $4.8 million • AMS, Multiple Office Building Renovations, Swansea, MA, $2.5 million • Walden Woods, Archives Facility Thoreau Institute, Lincoln, MA, $3.0 million • AON/Risk Services, Relocation & Renovations, Providence, RI, $650,000 • Johnson & Wales University, Imperial Hall, Providence, RI, $800,000 • Neurodiagnostics Lab, $900,000 • Infectious Disease Clinic, $750,000 • Acute Dialysis Ward Renovations, $675,000

YEARS IN INDUSTRY/DIMEO 38 years/30 years EDUCATION New York University Real Estate Institute Construction Management Mechanics Institute Architectural Drafting & Estimating Fairleigh Dickinson University Business Administration LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS OSHA 30 Hour Certification LEED Accredited REFERENCES Hasbro Children’s Hospital Lifespan Design Team Nick Dominick, Senior Vice President 401-444-3744 NDominick@Lifespan.org Garrahy Courthouse Parking Garage Keough Construction Management Rick Hall, Senior Project Manager 401-383-8266 rhall@keoughconstruct.com Miriam Hospital Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum Architects (HOK) Christopher Korsh RA, AIA, LEED AP 646-437-0956 chris.korsh@hok.com Kent Hospital Walter Johnson, Facilities Engineering 401-736-1003 wjohnson@kentri.org MetLife Renovation Paul Gardner, Property Manager 401-827-2592 pgardner@metlife.com

YEARS IN INDUSTRY/DIMEO 37 years/27 years LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS OSHA 30 Hour Certification REFERENCES Women & Infants’ Hospital Patricia DiMario 401-274-1100 pdimario@wihri.org Brown University Paul Gennari Academic Management Services 508-235-2990 MetLife Renovation Paul Gardner, Property Manager 401-827-2592 pgardner@metlife.com Dan Garcia, Chief Engineer 401-827-2836 dgarcia5@metlife.com AKF Group Will Leong P.E. LEED AP 212-548-1453 (d); 646-884-2214 (c) wleong@akfgroup.com

• Vertical Expansion and Renovation, $5 million • New Medical Office Building, $8.4 million* • Ambulatory Surgery Center, $6.9 million

• Memorial Hospital of RI, Primary Care Addition, Pawtucket, RI, $5.4 million • MetLife, Occupied Corporate Office Renovations, Warwick, RI, $Confidential • Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods, Archives Facility, Lincoln, MA, $3 million

*LEED Project

*LEED Project


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Stephen will assist the Project Manager with administration and execution of onsite operations involving mechanical, engineering and plumbing. He will also assist the Superintendent and lead the coordination of activities associated with the fabrication, Lean scheduling, coordination, installation quality and commissioning of mechanical and electrical systems. He will monitor and communicate project status and constructability reviews with various stakeholders and provide regular updates on cost, schedule, quality and safety. Stephen brings over 20 years of industry experience, including supervision of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and special systems trades with a concentration in complicated systems shutdowns. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE • Rhode Island College, Clarke Science Building Renovation & Addition, Providence, RI, $41,500,000 • Whittier Choice Apartments Phase 3, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Boston, MA, $115,000,000 • Samuels Washington Village Mixed-Use Development, Phase 1, Boston, MA, $86.6 million • Brown University Brook Street Residence Halls, Providence, RI, $69 million • Old Colony Public Housing Community Phase 3B&C , Boston, MA, $62.5 million* • RI Rapid Response Hospital Facilities, Providence, Cranston, N. Kingstown, RI, $19 million • College of the Holy Cross Joanne Chouinard-Luth Recreation and Wellness Center, Worcester, MA, $Confidential • Electric Boat, Universal Building 9A/B, N. Kingstown, RI, $Confidential • The Residences at Forest Hills Station, Residential & Mixed-Use Development, Jamaica Plain, MA, $78 million* • Ocean House, New Hotel & Luxury Residential Suites, Watch Hill, RI, $84 million • University of Rhode Island Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering, Kingston, RI, $116.7 million* • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, $Confidential • Stone Residential House Restoration*

John will assist the Project Manager with administration and execution of onsite operations involving mechanical, engineering and plumbing. He will also direct the field labor and monitor cost, scheduling, safety compliance and change monitoring that relates to MEP. John has extensive experience in mechanical HVAC system selection, layout and design as well as project management for MEP/FP consulting design services. His experience includes construction administration for Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Fire Protection systems as well as commissioning services for these systems. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE • Boston Medical Center, Family Medicine Department, Boston, MA • Boston Medical Center, PICU, ATU, & Pediatric Inpatient Unit • Boston Medical Center, Cogen Plant, Boston, MA • Boston Medical Center, Campus Redesign Project, Boston, MA, $400 million • University of Rhode Island Fascitelli Center for Advanced Engineering, Kingston, RI, $116.7 million* • University of Rhode Island, Bliss Hall Renovations & Addition, Kingston, RI, $24 million* • Electric Boat, Universal Building 9A/B, N. Kingstown, RI, $Confidential • Providence College, Shanley Hall, Providence RI, $Confidential

YEARS IN INDUSTRY/DIMEO 31 years/4 years EDUCATION Massachusetts Maritime Academy BS, Marine Engineering LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License (CSL) American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) American Welding Society (AWS) Massachusetts Maritime Academy Alumni Association Pan Mass Challenge, Heavy Hitter, top 10% (7 years) REFERENCES Boston Medical Center Various Projects Robert Biggio Senior Vice President of Facilities & Support 617-414-2108

YEARS IN INDUSTRY/DIMEO 25 years/15 years EDUCATION Worcester Polytechnic Institute BS, Civil Engineering LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS OSHA 30 Hour Certification Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License (CSL) Associate Member, American Society of Civil Engineers Member, American General Contractors’ Association REFERENCES Yale University Benjamin Franklin and Pauli Murray Residential Colleges Economics Building Dan Disco, Construction Project Manager Yale University Office of Facilities Planning and Construction 475-202-3363 (cell) daniel.disco@yale.edu Yale University Art Gallery College of the Holy Cross Performing Arts Center Michael Freliech, P.E., Principal Altieri Sebor Wieber LLC 203-866-5538 (office) MFreliech@altierisw.com Yale University Benjamin Franklin and Pauli Murray Residential Colleges Steve Joern,Vice President Genesys Commissioning Services 914-466-9195 SJoern@willdan.com

Bob.Biggio@bmc.org Lisa Zani, MS, BSN, RN Associate Chief Nursing Officer 508-345-3837 Lisa.Zani@bmc.org Tsoi Kobus Design Richard Kobus, Senior Principal 617-475-4220 rkobus@tsoikobus.design

• Leverett McKinlock Residential House Restoration* • Yale University, New Haven, CT, $Confidential • 87 Trumbull Street Economics Building* • New Science Building* • Benjamin Franklin and Pauli Murray Residential College* • Edward P. Evans School of Management* • Art Gallery, Renovation to Swartwout & Street Hall

*LEED Project

*LEED Project


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Mugar Lab Renovations // Boston, MA Size: 17,000 sf // Architect: Goody Clancy Northeastern University

The Mugar Life Sciences Building, one of the oldest science buildings on campus, was constructed in 1941. The project focused on renovating five different laboratories while the building was fully occupied. Scope of work included new MEPFP systems, laboratory casework, and finishes.

Experience Profile


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Pfizer, Inc.

Various Laboratory Projects // Groton, CT Size: 350,000+ sf

Since 2002 Dimeo has completed various renovations and fit-ups on Pfizer’s Connecticut campuses in Groton and New London. Our first project, Building 260 renovations, included reconfiguring opewn space to create new offices and installation of new MEP systems. Additional projects have included expanding the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) laboratory; KHTC Perimeter Security Upgrade; removal and replacement of an existing product freezer; PGRD Security System Upgrade; W115 LAT Relocation, consisting of interior lab renovation and relocation; 118 W Advanced Library Tech., Phases One & Two with renovation and modification of lab space including animal care labs; and the NLC1 Training Center Renovations.

101 College Street // New Haven, CT Size: 500,000 sf // Architect: Elkus-Manfredi Architects Winstanley Enterprises

Construction is underway on a new 500,000 sf ten story office and life sciences research development facility located at 101 College Street in New Haven, CT. The building is designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and in addition to the new building, will feature a parking area for 116 vehicles, loading docks at service drives and site improvements including a semi-public outdoor courtyard, sidewalks and streetscape improvements. Dimeo Construction Company will also perform a significant portion of the end-user lab fit-out work throughout the building.


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STEM Research Center Science One Building // Storrs, CT Size: 180,000 sf // Architect: Payette Architects University of Connecticut

Dimeo Construction Company was selected as construction manager for the University’s new STEM Research Center, as part of the Northwest Science Quad District. This new campus district will house the expansion of UCONN’s research enterprise in a distinct campus quadrangle. It will be designed to meet both the current and future programmatic requirements of the University as it seeks to balance the anticipated rise in student enrollment in STEM programs with future research needs. The building program includes research, teaching, administrative, a clean room, a series of material science-specific core labs, a 300-seat auditorium and support spaces.

Cell & Gene Therapy Clinical Manufacturing Expansion // Providence, RI Size: 21,360 sf // Architect: CI Design, Inc. Vertex Pharmaceuticals

Dimeo Construction Company recently completed the Cell & Gene Therapy Clinical Manufacturing Expansion project in Providence, Rhode Island. This project was approached in two parts. The first, to create a new 13,500 sf of new Clinical Manufacturing clean space for cell and gene therapy, including architectural, structural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical infrastructure upgrades. The second part was the occupied renovation of the existing 4,400 sf of research and development space.


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John J. Bowen Center for Science and Technology // Providence, RI Size: 73,000 sf // Architect: Edward Rowse Architects Johnson & Wales

The new 73,000sf, three-story, LEED Gold rating, building serves as home to JWU’s School of Engineering & Design and the College of Arts & Science’s new biology program. The building will house the Alan Shawn Feinstein Technology & Design Center, biology labs that support physics, chemistry, organic chemistry and microbiology, faculty offices and an outdoor courtyard designed to support collaborative learning.

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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Science Building // New Haven, CT Size: 280,000 sf // Architect: Stantec / Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects Yale University

The Yale Science Building is a new seven-level structure which includes a rooftop greenhouse, aquatics & insect labs, animal care labs, state-of-the-art imaging technology, quantitative biology center, innovative physics labs, chemical storage, and a 500-seat lecture hall. The structure is home to labs, classrooms, and research support spaces dedicated to understanding the evolution of plants, disease vectors of insects, and atomic, molecular, and optical physics. A primary goal of the project was to eliminate disciplinary silos and encourage collaboration across specialized scientific platforms. Project planning occurred over a 21 month timeline, from design concepts through GMP, including multiple design iterations, environmental impact studies and geometric revisions.


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Sterling Chemistry Laboratory // New Haven, CT Size: 160,000 sf // Architect: Cannon Design Yale University

The Sterling Chemistry Lab project consisted of renovations/addition to a 90,000 sf facility. Scope included demolition & new construction of 75,000 sf of the building inclusive of new roof structure to enclose a lab and teaching spaces. The project provides for new Chemistry and Biology laboratories as well as Office, Lecturer and support. The project included over 220 fume hoods. The project utilized BIM extensively, and earned LEED Gold certification.

Kline Chemistry Laboratory // New Haven, CT Size: 79,000 sf // Architect: HBRA Yale University

The renovations to Yale University’s Kline Chemistry Laboratory created state-of-the-art science research labs. Project scope includes an interior gut renovation of the building to make way for all new labs and lab support areas, chemical storage, new casework, medical gases and 220 fume hoods. Exterior envelope improvements and a new 14,000sf mechanical penthouse on the roof were also included in the project. Energy reduction strategies include the use of high-performance hoods, heat recovery systems and fan-wall technology achieving LEED Gold rating.


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Mitigating Risk Through Innovative Services



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.

Our Services



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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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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