Washington, D.C., November 21, 2013

New Regional Manager; New Baltimore Office Opened to Better Serve Mid-Atlantic Customers

DPR Construction (DPR), a forward-thinking national commercial general contractor and construction manager specializing in highly complex and sustainable projects, is building upon another year of growth with new regional leadership and the expansion of its east coast operations.

DPR has named DPR veteran Greg Haldeman as regional manager for the mid-Atlantic region. DPR also recently opened a new office in Baltimore, Md. The Baltimore office joins DPR’s Washington, DC and Richmond, Va. offices to make up the company’s mid-Atlantic region that serves customers in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

“The east coast is a strong market for DPR with lots of opportunities,” said Doug Woods, co-founder and president, DPR. “We see a lot of potential for growth and are excited to have Greg continue the charge of fostering great customer relationships and building great things as we expand our operations throughout the east coast to meet demand.”

DPR, which specializes in advanced technology/mission critical, corporate office, healthcare, higher education and life science construction, opened its first east coast office in Richmond, Va. in 1996 to complete a large semiconductor manufacturing facility.  The mid-Atlantic region, which includes DPR’s Richmond, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore offices, currently has nearly 200 employees and a regional revenue of approximately $300 million. Some key current customers in the region include Digital Realty, Equinix, Kaiser Permanente, University of Virginia and Virginia Commonwealth University.

The mid-Atlantic will be led by the newly named regional manager, Greg Haldeman. Haldeman first started with DPR in 1997 and has served in several different key roles, from estimator to project executive. Haldeman recently moved from Raleigh-Durham where he served as regional manager to Washington, D.C.

As regional manager, Haldeman will be responsible for overseeing operations throughout the mid-Atlantic region including identifying and cultivating client relationships, recruiting and developing key staff members, overseeing preconstruction efforts and ensuring that all construction and renovation projects adhere to DPR’s highest safety and quality standards.

About DPR Construction
DPR Construction is a forward-thinking national general contractor and construction manager specializing in technically complex and sustainable projects for the advanced technology/mission critical, life sciences, healthcare, higher education and corporate office markets. Founded in 1990, DPR is a privately held, employee-owned company that has grown to a multi-billion-dollar organization with 19 offices around the country, making it one of the largest general contractors in the nation and a great story of entrepreneurial success. Earlier this year DPR acquired Hardin Construction Company with offices Atlanta, Raleigh, Austin, Tampa and Orlando. DPR operates as DPR Hardin in the Atlanta region and DPR Construction nationally. For more information, visit http://www.dpr.com.