100 Burtt Road
Suite G01
Andover, MA 01810
Tel: 978-475-8153
Fax: 978-475-7177

David Deloury

David E. Deloury, President and CEO

As a second generation Deloury managing the business, David Deloury has over 30 years experience in the construction business and has become established as a leader within the industry. He has built the business off of the work ethic that was established in the early 1960’s by father John "Eddie" Deloury.

Since 1999 when David became owner and CEO, the company has grown substantially, expanding the scope and size of its construction projects. Its diversified portfolio included significant projects in commercial, residential, civil, and utility work, as well as, a number of real estate development projects. He has guided the growth of the company’s core competency in the disciplines of excavation in addition to establishing subsidiaries in the aggregate and waste recycling industries. He is now leveraging its national network to diversify and expand the business within the industry and into other strategic related areas.

In 2007, David founded Africa's Thirst Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to provide the most basic of needs, "Clean Drinking Water", to those in Africa and beyond. Deloury is a member of the CMRA (Construction Materials Recycling Association) and attends the annual conference in supporting the construction recycling industry. He is also a member of the local chapter of the Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

David received a BS in Business Administration with a marketing concentration from Northeastern University in 1986. He remains in continuous education through various seminars, workshops, and industry conferences.

David has been very active in assisting and coaching youth sports, having four children who all participate in various sports. He is patched to level 3 coaching in USA Hockey and has coached for numerous years. He has also been active in coaching little league baseball and youth football. David also plays on an HNA (Hockey North America) competitive adult hockey team and has competed in 3 national tournaments and won the 2008 National Championship.

David is married to Christine and they have four children: Shane, Andrew, Brianna, and Trey. They reside in Andover, Massachusetts, of which David is a lifelong resident.

Dustin White

Dustin White, General Manager, Agretech Corp.

Agretech Corp., located in Dracut Massachusetts, is an integrated material supply resource for the construction industry, as well as one of the largest fully permitted ABC recycling companies in New England. In his capacity as General Manager, Dustin is responsible for the overall operation of Agretech Corp., including administration, operations and sales. Over the past 11 years, he has been instrumental in spinning off the recycling business of Deloury Construction and growing it into its current operation. He has also enlarged and modernized the material recycling and storage facility to meet all state and local permitting requirements. Through his efforts, integrity and commitment, Dustin has established a solid relationship with his customers, vendors and employees, which will be the basis for the continued growth of the company.

Prior to joining Deloury Industries, Dustin was a Technical Coordinator for the lead construction management company on the Boston Central Artery / Tunnel Project.

Dustin earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Building Construction from Wentworth Institute of Technology and completed two years at Worcester State College majoring in Business Administration.

Christopher Ryder

Christopher W. Ryder, General Manager, Deloury Construction Co.

Christopher Ryder is the General Manager at Deloury Construction Company. Chris is responsible for managing all aspects of ongoing projects. He works closely with the customer and their engineering team to insure that the project is completed on time and under budget. His oversight of productivity, efficiency, resource allocation and "out of the box thinking" on the project has led to the best measure of success – Repeat Client Projects.

As General Manager, Chris is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the bidding process. Utilizing his 15 years of experience in the field and as an Estimator and Project Manager, he provides oversight during the complete bidding process. By identifying efficiencies and by adding value engineering, Deloury Construction Company bids are the most complete and competitive bids possible. Chris's experience with both hard bids and negotiated bids allows Deloury to compete in both the private and public sectors.

Prior to his current position at Deloury, Christopher was Project Engineer/Project Manager/Estimator for a large utility contractor performing large scale water and sewer projects within the Commonwealth. He also has significant experience as a Project Engineer on numerous waste water treatment facilities throughout New England, as a Field Engineer on the Nashua Airport expansion, and various roadway and site construction projects.

Christopher attended the University of Massachusetts at Lowell with a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and Wentworth Institute of Technology in Construction Management.

Marcy Davala

Marcy Davala, Office / Human Resource Mgr, Deloury Industries

Marcy has been employed by Deloury Industries for over 10 years in the capacity of Office Manager. If you have called or visited our Andover office, you probably have met or spoken to her. Her responsibilities include the day to day administrative support for the three divisions of Deloury Industries. Those duties includes payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, equipment registrations and the preparation of various internal reports. Her Human Resource responsibilities include the maintaining of employee files, processing new hires, administering the employee benefit plans and filing all insurance and workers compensation claims for the three divisions. In addition, she is responsible for scheduling the delivery and pick-up of our roll-off containers.

Marcy has been in the office administration field for 26 years. Prior to her coming to Deloury, she assisted in the establishment of a satellite office in New Hampshire for a Cambridge, MA environmental company which provided construction administration, on-site inspections and property conditions surveys for various lenders in NH and MA.

Eric Deloury

Eric Deloury, Operations Coordinator, Agretech Corp.

Eric has been employed with Agretech Corp for the past 14 years. His responsibilities include the c oordination and placement of all incoming materials that is received for recycling, as well as, the loading of all outgoing material from the facility. He is also responsible for insuring that all paperwork documenting these transactions is accurate and timely. Additionally Eric’s responsibilities include the maintenance of the material stockpiles and the facility haul roads.

Eric is a graduate of Northeastern University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.

Scott Pearson

Scott Pearson, Operations Manager, DW Leasing Corp.

For the past 3 years, Scott Pearson has served as Operations Manager of DW Leasing Corp., the equipment arm of Deloury Industries. In this position, Scott is responsible for maintenance of over $3M of equipment including vehicles, heavy construction equipment and crushing plant equipment. As the manager of our equipment resources, Scott is responsible for the day to day operational support of our construction and material processing units.

Scott has been involved in the construction, demolition, waste management and recycling fields for the past 30 years. He has extensive experience in opening new recycling facilities and in the operations of existing transfer stations.

    

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