DiPrete Engineering promotes Reilly to vice president

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DiPrete Engineering recently announced the promotion of Nicole Reilly, PE, LEED AP to Vice President, making her the firm’s first female Vice President.  Reilly joined DiPrete Engineering in 2006 after serving in the public sector with the Town of Narragansett.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from Boston University and her Master’s from the University of Rhode Island.

“Nicole has played a large role in DiPrete’s success and growth over the years,” said Dennis DiPrete, President of DiPrete Engineering.  “She manages many of our larger commercial and institutional projects. When it comes to providing quality customer service, Nicole is exceptional. Our firm trusts her with our most sophisticated and demanding clients and the clients trust her with their important projects.”

Over the past decade, she has successfully managed some of the firm’s biggest design and permitting projects in Rhode Island.  With 17 years’ of engineering experience, Reilly excels in keeping all of a project’s moving parts on track when working with large multidiscipline teams.

As a Vice President at DiPrete, Reilly will be responsible for overseeing project managers and engineers on all types of projects, Lean operational activities for continuous improvement and operational scheduling, as well as working with clients directly throughout project vision and development phases.

Reilly is currently working on the Citizens Bank Corporate Campus in Johnston, a complex project involving a significant amount of design and regulatory permitting in a short period of time on a fast track basis.

Other projects of Reilly’s include the new campus for the New England Institute of Technology in East Greenwich, Seekonk Animal Shelter in Seekonk, the Reynolds Farm 530-unit housing development in North Kingstown, The Middleberry condominium development in East Greenwich and Cowesett Apartments in Warwick.

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