Paul is now in his 16th year with Allied, joining the team in 2001 as a trade carpenter. Paul completed his carpentry course in 1999 at the CTI (Carpenter Training Institute) on Glencoe Dr. in Mount Pearl.

He worked as a carpenter with Allied from 2001-2008 on many challenging projects such as Winsor Lake Water Reservoir, Windsor Lake Water Treatment Plant, and The Capital Hotel in 2004. Since then, Paul has moved up from a Trade Carpenter to General Foreman. As foreman, he started working on Phase 1 of the concrete structure of Tiffany Towers in 2008.

Paul’s determination to go further with his career also landed him an opportunity to oversee two lab renovations at the NWFC in White hills in 2008. Since then Paul has overseen many of our projects as a Site Superintendent, including the RNC CP-1, Petty Harbour CP1 Water Treatment Plant, and the CFS concrete structure in Pleasantville, which totaled over 17,500 cubic meters of concrete through challenging conditions in the fall and winter of 2012. During this project alone, Paul supervised upwards of 60 workers on site.

Through Paul’s career he has supervised many challenging projects with very tight schedules including restaurants, renovations, commercial fit up’s, and large concrete structures. Paul has a proven track record of success achieving time, budget, and quality goals on a broad range of multimillion-dollar projects. At the age of 36, Paul’s expertise and dedication will be an asset as Allied moves to expand in the coming years.

In his spare time Paul enjoys hunting, fishing, skidooing, and spending time on his boat.

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