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Business Observer Tuesday, Jun. 25, 2019 6 months ago

General contractor hires 30-year veteran as senior project manager

Jack Dillon will bring $200 million in commercial project experience to Wright Construction Group.

FORT MYERS — Wright Construction Group has hired a 30-year veteran of the construction industry as senior project manager. Jack Dillon will manage the overall direction, completion and financial outcome for assigned projects as well as provide leadership and mentorship to on-site staff.

Dillon has completed more than $200 million in commercial projects throughout the region, including South Housing Village at Florida Gulf Coast University and High Point Place in downtown Fort Myers. Prior to joining Wright Construction Group, he spent 15 years working at a national construction firm as a project director where he managed multiple projects from pre-construction through completion and turnover.

 “We are pleased to have Jack as part of our team,” says Wright Construction Group President Fred Edman in a statement. “His impressive credentials, strong leadership skills and commitment to quality make him an invaluable addition to the company.”

Dillon, a licensed general contractor and underground contractor, is a member of the American Water Works Association and the American Public Works Association and has obtained general contractor and underground contractor licenses. Founded in 1981, Wright Construction Group provides expertise in civil, environmental and all facets of building construction services.

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