PC Construction Announces New Water and Wastewater Team Structure
GARNER, NC PC Construction announces promotions and an addition to its water and wastewater treatment team, strengthening the company's position and providing a streamlined structure for its operations and new work functions.
Dennis J. "Chip" LaBonte II, a resident of Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, has been promoted to Senior Vice President, continuing his leadership of the company's water and wastewater operations, coupled with strategic planning responsibility. LaBonte's treatment plant expertise, technical skills and management capabilities will strengthen the company's success in executing the project goals of municipalities along the East Coast and Southeast. LaBonte joined PC Construction in 2003 as a Project Manager, rising through the ranks to Vice President in 2015.
Brian Walker, a Fairfax, Vermont, resident, has been promoted to Vice President and will lead the company's strategic pursuit of new integrated delivery work. Walker will oversee all water treatment business development efforts and continue to lead the company's extensive estimating, preconstruction and purchasing functions. Walker started at PC Construction in 2004 as a member of the company's Leadership Development Program, and has completed dozens of projects up and down the Eastern Seacoast.
Dan Nawrocki has joined the company's water and wastewater team as a Construction Executive, bringing more than 30 years' experience managing the construction of new treatment plants as well as expansions and upgrades to existing facilities. A resident of Clayton, North Carolina, Nawrocki's knowledge of the southeast region and demonstrated success leading complex infrastructure projects will provide additional leadership for the company's operations group.
"We are excited to have professionals of Chip, Brian and Dan's caliber representing our dynamic water and wastewater business," said Kevin McCarthy, President & CEO. "With these changes, our company is poised to ensure our clients continue to enjoy an exceptional experience as we grow the size, complexity and geography of our water and wastewater treatment plant work."