Construction Superintendent

Multigeneration construction professional with over 30 year’s knowledge of construction operations specializing in scaffolding, concrete, carpentry in the Healthcare, Education, Commercial, Municipal/Government, Industrial, Mining, Manufacturing, Power, Pipeline Pumping Stations and Pulp and Paper market sectors.

Every Project is Unique


Project Planning / Production

Quality Control

My worst day in construction is still a great day. Construction is what I love to do!

What I do…

Review and be familiar with contract documents, specifications, shop drawings, and submittals.

Help develop the overall CPM schedule with the entire team prior to construction and managing that schedule throughout the project including the creation and maintenance of 2-4 week look-ahead schedules.

Develop and maintain the site logistics plan for the project.

Review and assist in developing scopes of work for each subcontractor during preconstruction.

Perform constructability reviews during preconstruction.

Conduct preconstruction meetings with all subcontractors prior to beginning each phase of work.

Direct field operations to operate according to the “plan” and in an productive manner.

Participate in progress meetings with the team and owners.

Follow up on RFIs, submittals, as-builts and changes to the contract documents.

Administer the safety program for the project.

Conduct and ensure quality control in accordance with the established project quality assurance program.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Go To Guy”

Joe was the one person I knew I could count on to go to any project regardless of market sector and be successful.


Rating: 5 out of 5.


Joe does very well in managing his scope of work with little to no supervision. He has a great attitude and works well with others.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

“Problem Solving”

Problem solving and resolving issues is something Joe embraces and does well. Joe knows how to bring the team together.


Safety is about doing the right thing, even when no one is watching.