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Steven L. Abston

Operations Manager

Davis Moreno Construction Inc

HQ Phone:  (559) 266-5707

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Davis Moreno Construction Inc

4720 N. Blythe Ave.

Fresno, California,93722

United States

Company Description

Davis Moreno Construction, Inc.has over 40 years cumulative experience in all aspects of construction management and the accolades to prove it. Our clients vision, timelines and budget become our priority in meeting and exceeding their needs. Our clientele's s...more

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Senior Project Manager

Mauldin-Dorfmeier Construction , Inc.


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Fresno California Builders | Central Valley Davis Moreno Construction

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Steve Abston
Steve Abston, Senior Project Manager, Davis Moreno Construction Operations Manager Steve serves DMCI as the Senior Project Manager and Senior Project Engineer. He is directly in charge of the DMCI project management and project engineering department. As the Senior Project Manager, he will directly oversee the Lead Project Manager's duties.


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Dad, Steve Abston, who is a Project Manager and worked at Mauldin-Dorfmeier Construction, Inc. until he resigned for this trip;


Crew of the Wabi Sabi

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Dad, Steve Abston, who is a Project Manager and works at Mauldin-Dorfmeier Construction, Inc.;


fresnobee.com | Home Sweet Home

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Finally, the skeptics will have to stop, said Steve Abston, project manager for Mauldin-Dorfmeier.It was his job to get the stadium built by the May 1 deadline."Everybody I talked to said it couldn't be done," he said, standing at the Tulare Street entrance."I've had to live for 11 months with people saying, 'You'll never make it.' I'm thrilled at not having to hear that anymore." 11:31 a.m.It was time for the first pregame lunch rush in a downtown starving for the kind of excitement Grizzlies Stadium is supposed to produce regularly.


fresnobee.com | Local News

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"We will be substantially complete on May 1, which is what the contract requires," said Steve Abston, project manager for general contractor Mauldin-Dorf-meier Construction."The toilets will flush.The food service areas will be able to prepare food.The field will be able to be played on.The lights will work, and all other functional components will be complete." Abston added that caulking, touch-up painting and other work on "aesthetic items" may be necessary after opening day, but he does not think any portion of the $46 million stadium will be inaccessible for the first game. Abston said: "If the city of Fresno asks us to do some extra work and that work needs to be performed on the weekend, then the price for doing that extra work will include the overtime."He added that the city has asked for such work and it cost "a fairly small amount" of overtime.He could not readily recall any examples of such work. The bulk of Mauldin-Dorfmeier's overtime charges is covered by its contract and won't cost the city extra, Abston said. With construction crews sprinting toward the May 1 deadline, Abston said he is thinking about the project all the time, but joked he is able to sleep these cool spring nights.He said he was not surprised to hear that some workers on the stadium doubt that all work will be completed by May 1. Narvie Moultrie, a Fresno ironworker, chowed down on turkey-on-rye and from a lower-deck seat said he did not think the stadium would be 100% finished by that deadline. "Lot of work here," he said between bites."They might be able to get out there to play baseball, but there's a lot of work to be done -- in my opinion."Moultrie was philosophical about what happens if the work isn't finished on time: He and the other guys just keep working. Of course, it's not that simple.The City Council chose Mauldin-Dorfmeier of Fresno over Lewis C. Nelson and Sons Construction of Selma as the general contractor even though Mauldin-Dorfmeier's bid was $512,000 higher.


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