Superior Leadership. Results-Driven.
DECCO’s corporate leadership team continues to be the industry’s most trusted source for mechanical and construction services. This team continues to be a preferred resource offering execution strategies, professional consulting and results-driven project execution to leading construction management firms throughout New England. Several members of this team began their career at DECCO in our Craft Training Program and continue to be mentors to many in the Program and within the industry. This team embodies the merit-shop philosophy as they continue to focus on the betterment of individuals, the construction industry and the nation.
Chief Executive Officer
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Kyle has been with DECCO for more than 25 years and is responsible for setting corporate strategy and direction while providing leadership oversight of all three DECCO Operating Groups. Kyle is past Chairman of ABC Massachusetts and a member of the ABC “Legends” program. He is currently a member of the MA ABC Board of Directors and incoming Chairman for 2021. Kyle also serves as the Chairman of the DECCO Board of Directors.
Chief Operating Officer
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Kevin Shield graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and has been with DECCO for more than 25 years. One of the region’s most accomplished mechanical construction leaders, Kevin is responsible for the operational oversight of DECCO’s largest, most complex building projects and is a member of the DECCO Board of Directors.
Senior Vice President
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Tim Barton graduated from the University of New Hampshire and has been with DECCO for more than 20 years. He is responsible for the recruiting, retention, and training of the company’s workforce. Tim is a past Chairman of ABC New Hampshire/ Vermont Workers Compensation Trust, as well as past Chairman of the Gould Construction Institute. Tim is a member of the DECCO Board of Directors.
Vice President of Finance
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Don Marsolini graduated from Northeastern University in Boston MA and has been with DECCO for more than five years. He oversees the company’s banking and insurance relationships, as well as the finance department and is a member of the DECCO Board of Directors.
Group Manager DECCOFab
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Paul began his career with DECCO as a welder and was trained through the DECCO Apprentice Program. As a result of his dedication to expanding his skill set, Paul transitioned through the ranks to serve as a Project Lead, to Supervisor, Project Manager and Client Manager for the Small Projects Group prior to being promoted to his current role as Group Manager. Paul has more than 15 years of expertise focused in fabrication solutions and skid construction.
Group Manager DECCOServ
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Cory began his career more than 18 years ago with DECCO as an apprentice Pipefitter. Dedicated to his craft, Cory transitioned and excelled in numerous field leadership roles and was promoted to his current role serving as Group Manager for DECCOServ.
Service Manager DECCOServ
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Bob Belanger has been with DECCO for more than 30 years and joined the company as pipefitter. He oversees the fleet-based service group and is a key customer contact to provide emergency services and guidance with project development.
Partner Development Manager
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William Burg has been with DECCO for more than 15 years. He is responsible for the training and development of New England’s premier workforce and oversees our award-winning apprentice program.
Partner Services Manager
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Deb Brodeur has been with DECCO for more than 10 years. She is responsible for the company’s benefits administration and is a key interface between our workforce and providers.
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Dan Kennedy has been with DECCO for more than 15 years and has progressed through several roles in project operations. Dan has a welding background and has worked on sites throughout New England. His estimating expertise includes being able to dissect and interpret engineering documents in order to provide a constructability analysis and estimate.