PC Construction Announces Promotion of Five Senior Leaders as Company Continues to Grow along East Coast

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South Burlington, VT – PC Construction has announced several promotions within its senior leadership team. The company has experienced significant growth in recent years, with annual revenue increasing from $385 million in 2012 to a projected $650 million in 2017. The promotions will help the employee-owned company support this growth and manage current and future work in their Buildings and Facilities and Water and Wastewater business segments.

Jay Fayette of South Burlington has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer responsible for all of the company’s operations and administration. Over the past 15 years, Jay has provided key leadership to project teams and influenced PC’s bottom line, bringing in projects totaling over half a billion dollars in New England. His proven business aptitude and operational experience will lead the company’s entire operation to a consistently high level of performance.

Eve Norris of Shelburne and Kevin Morrissey of Hyde Park will both serve as regional vice presidents in the company’s Building and Facilities business segment. In addition to providing executive leadership the company’s operations, Norris will assume responsibility for PC’s Manchester, New Hampshire office and Morrissey will oversee the Poughkeepsie, New York office. Chet Layman of Williston was also promoted to vice president serving as operational leader for the company’s northeast water treatment work. Nicole LaBrecque of South Burlington was also promoted to the role of Vice President responsible for the company’s growing marketing and business development function.

This team, along with Chief Executive Officer Kevin McCarthy and General Counsel Greg Gledhill, as well as Vice President Joe Picoraro in the company’s Seacoast operations, and Senior Vice President Chip LaBonte and Vice President Brian Walker in water and wastewater, will serve as the executive leadership team collectively providing strategic direction for the employee-owned company.

“We are so fortunate to have such an incredibly talented team of employee-owners in all areas of the company,” McCarthy related. “I’m confident that with these new leaders in place, we are well-positioned for growth and continued success.”