DCS’s Owner (Dave Sexton) has over 50 years of experience in construction and business operations. At the onset of his construction career, he developed a strong commitment to ethics and customer satisfaction. This commitment to customer service, coupled with his ideology, has been essential in his vision of business practices and continued growth of DCS, his employees, sub-contractors, and clients.
DCS’s Vice President of Construction (Mike Wright) has over 40 years of construction experience, 27 of which was as a self-employed general contractor. The VP of Construction creates and maintains construction scheduling, manages resources and risks, and maintains professionalism in business and project management. Responsibilities include commercial construction projects, sub-contractor solicitation, resource management, quality control, progress meetings, scheduling, problem solving, subordinate evaluations, and material submittal reviews.
DCS’s Office Manager and Corporate Secretary (Beverly Cayton) has extensive training and experience in office management and accounting. She is responsible for managing finances to ensure prompt and timely payments to our Sub-Contractors and vendors. Attention to detail gives our clients the assurance of receiving AIA and client specific billings in an accurate and timely manner. Compliance with federal, state, and local licensing and tax authorities are maintained under her management. In addition, our bonding and financial associates rely on her accountability to maintain the standards they require.
DCS’s Director of Safety and Loss Prevention has over 30 years in risk and safety management. Responsibilities include developing, maintaining, and managing the safety and loss prevention program for the company: conducts site safety inspections ensuring conformance to all applicable safety regulations and follow-ups when necessary, provides and puts in place solutions when sites are found to be in violation of safety standards. Company and client assets are protected through identification of risk and proactive loss prevention programs.
DCS’s Estimators combine their experience and commitment to DCS’s ethics to ensure all projects will adhere to our company and client standards. They are responsible for estimation of commercial construction projects, sub-contractor solicitation, resource management, quality control, scheduling, problem solving, and material submittal reviews.
DCS’s Project Managers are highly qualified in construction supervision and project management on projects up to $8,000,000.00. Their responsibilities include overseeing DCS employees and subcontractors through day-to-day operations, coordinating time frames for subcontractors, monitoring quality control, verifying delivery of materials to the jobsite, and managing communications. Training and certifications include the following: