Siena Construction is pleased to welcome a talented group of new field staff to our team. Troy Campbell, Brian McDonnell, and Kevin White were recently hired as Project Superintendents. The Superintendents will each serve on job sites to plan, supervise and evaluate the work of all construction personnel, including the coordination of field forces. They will manage all field operations, and oversee site safety issues and procedures.

Kevin White is a Senior Superintendent with 35 years of construction management experience. Kevin returns to Siena, where he previously served as a Superintendent and Project Manager between 1993-2004. During that time, Kevin worked on construction of a four-building campus for 3COM Corporation in Marlborough, as well as work for Boston Biomedical Research Institute, Harvard Medical School, and Timberland’s Headquarters. More recently he managed large projects for Jones Lang LaSalle, including projects for IBM Watson Health, BioSquare, and PerkinElmer.

Troy Campbell’s experience includes more than two decades in a supervisory role as Superintendent and Carpenter Foreman at New England Finish Systems. There he contributed to project planning, building, and construction of commercial projects for the Salem, New Hampshire based contractor. Troy’s complex problem solving skills and supervisory experience ensure project objectives will be met, ensuring client satisfaction and with the highest attention to detail, from project specifications to manpower to job safety.

New Superintendent Brian McDonnell also returns to Siena, with 20-plus years of experience in biotech building management and the electrical trade. In his original role at Siena, Brian facilitated the day to day operations of Pfizer and Millennium Pharmaceuticals’ research and development facilities in Cambridge. He also served as Project Manager on multiple electrical construction projects for T&T Electrical in Everett, overseeing project status, pricing, and quality assurance.

Siena’s President Terrence Hayes strongly believes the new hires will make an immediate and positive impact to Siena’s field capabilities.

“Kevin, Troy, and Brian all possess impressive building records, having completed projects for a diverse set of clients,” Terrence said. “Their accomplishments have allowed them to build lasting relationships throughout the industry, which speaks to their unique capabilities and professionalism. Their talents will have an immediate impact for us, allowing more flexibility as we enter a traditionally busy season for construction work. I’m pleased to welcome Troy aboard, and welcome Brian and Kevin back to Siena.”