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Richard R. DeJean

Executive Vice President - Operations Manager

AECOM Company

HQ Phone:  (213) 593-8000

Direct Phone: (317) ***-****direct phone

Email: r***@***.com

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AECOM Company

1999 Avenue Of The Stars Suite 2600

Los Angeles, California,90067

United States

Company Description

AECOM (NYSE:ACM) is built to deliver a better world. We design, build, finance and operate infrastructure assets for governments, businesses and organizations in more than 150 countries. As a fully integrated firm, we connect knowledge and experience across ou...more

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Vice President

Hunt Construction Group Inc


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www.argusleader.com

Hunt Construction Group of Indianapolis paired up with local company Fiegen Construction because of its support for local businesses on projects, said Rick De Jean, vice president of Hunt Construction.
Earlier this month, Hunt held an outreach meeting in Sioux Falls where more than 100 people attended, including local contractors and suppliers. "The local involvement of contractors and suppliers in the local work force is extremely important. We truly get the local involvement, and we know how to make that happen," De Jean said. As far as the percentage of work that would be done locally, De Jean "wouldn't place a number on it.


www.huntcor.com [cached]

Rick DeJeanHunt Construction GroupPO Box 127Indianapolis, IN 46206-0128Fax 317.227.7830


newyork.construction.com [cached]

"I think there is a trend toward quite a bit of luxury," said Richard DeJean, a project executive with Hunt Construction Group, which is based in Indianapolis and has extensive sports facility construction experience. Meanwhile, DeJean said the next big thing in arena construction may be so-called "bunker suites," located at floor level underneath the lower seating tier.They are designed for entertaining before and after the game as well as during breaks.Bunker suites are particularly popular in basketball and hockey arenas, and Hunt included them in its design for Toyota Center, home to basketball's Houston Rockets.That facility opened in late 2003.Thanks to the complexity and increasing cost of such jobs, there is stiff competition to get a foothold in the New York regional market's anticipated sports construction boom.Last year, DeJean's company launched HuntBovis, a strategic alliance with Bovis Lend Lease aimed to win sports facility assignments.The team is especially angling for New York work, with James Abadie, principal in charge for Bovis in New York, as DeJean's regional counterpart.


www.newyork.construction.com [cached]

"I think there is a trend toward quite a bit of luxury," said Richard DeJean, a project executive with Hunt Construction Group, which is based in Indianapolis and has extensive sports facility construction experience. Meanwhile, DeJean said the next big thing in arena construction may be so-called "bunker suites," located at floor level underneath the lower seating tier.They are designed for entertaining before and after the game as well as during breaks.Bunker suites are particularly popular in basketball and hockey arenas, and Hunt included them in its design for Toyota Center, home to basketball's Houston Rockets.That facility opened in late 2003.Thanks to the complexity and increasing cost of such jobs, there is stiff competition to get a foothold in the New York regional market's anticipated sports construction boom.Last year, DeJean's company launched HuntBovis, a strategic alliance with Bovis Lend Lease aimed to win sports facility assignments.The team is especially angling for New York work, with James Abadie, principal in charge for Bovis in New York, as DeJean's regional counterpart.


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Frank Busalacchi, chairman of the stadium district's construction committee, discusses a proposal for fixing the Miller Park roof as (left to right) Rick DeJean, project manager with Hunt Construction Group, Robert Decker, vice president of Hunt Construction Group, and Michael Duckett, executive director of the stadium district, look on.


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