Bowerman Associates, Inc. recently announced a new ownership structure which names Colleen B. Titmas and Charles A. Morton as Co-Principals of the 28 year-old design-build construction management firm. Under the new structure, the Bowerman team also includes Greg Post as Vice President of Business Development, Leo Hudon as Project Executive, Sue Farias as Office Administrator and Kerri Barone as Administrative Assistant, along with an outstanding group of experienced Site Superintendents.
Colleen has been with the company for 16 years, holding previous positions as Project Manager, Corporate Controller and Vice President of Administration. She brings 35 years of accounting and 15 years of construction project management experience.
Charles joined Bowerman 8 years ago and his previous positions have included Project Executive and Vice President of Operations. He joined the firm with more than 30 years of construction management experience.
Bowerman’s foundation rests on decades of design-build and construction management experience in a variety of industrial and commercial projects. Their high-quality end results have steadily expanded their exceptional reputation not only within Rhode Island but into Massachusetts and Connecticut. Repeat and referral clients seek out Bowerman’s skills to replicate previous successes; this has broadened Bowerman’s project scope to include the automotive, medical, and veterinary fields, and an increased presence in the banking world. Bowerman’s new co-principals intend to advance their involvement in these growing markets, while continuing to develop their position in the industrial and commercial world.
Bowerman Associates, Inc. operates with a simple philosophy of quality workmanship, high standards and a firm commitment to ensure customer satisfaction on all current and future business relationships. As construction managers, the Bowerman team understands that fundamental to the success of any project is the concept of teamwork. Their methodology incorporates all members of the project team working closely with architects, engineers, owners, and local building officials to create a building solution that all team members can be proud of for years to come.