Nicholson Restructures Regional Offices

May 2, 2017

In an effort to better serve its major markets, Nicholson recently consolidated several offices to form two new main regions.

The Central Region, led by Dan Thome, will include offices and shops in Salt Lake City, Denver, Chicago and Kalamazoo. In his 17-year career with Nicholson, Dan has held many positions, including his most recent as Vice President of the company’s former Midwest Region.

Nicholson’s Eastern Region will include offices in Pittsburgh and Newark and will be led by Stephane Bourillot, a 25-year veteran of Soletanche Bachy, Nicholson’s parent company. Stephane most recently was responsible for all of Soletanche’s construction in the southern half of France and has previously held leadership positions for the company in the French West Indies and South East Asia.

“This reorganization enables us to concentrate on our most important regions,” said Steve Scherer, President, Nicholson Construction. “By focusing our technical and operational strengths in these regions, we’ll be able to serve our clients in a more efficient manner.”

The company's Special Projects group, led by Luca Barison, will continue to bid and construct larger projects across the country.

About Nicholson Construction Company

Nicholson has been both a leader and an innovator in the geotechnical construction industry for more than 60 years. With regional offices across the country and headquarters located in Pittsburgh, Nicholson is a nationally renowned specialty contractor, offering proven expertise in the design and installation of deep foundation elements, earth retention systems and ground treatment solutions. We pride ourselves on our ability to consistently provide our clients with innovative, high-quality design-build options for projects of varying size and complexity. Nicholson is the North American subsidiary of Soletanche Bachy, one of the world's leading geotechnical contractors, and is part of a global network of unparalleled geotechnical resources and expertise.