Healthcare Construction Vet, Dean Foth Joins Holland Construction Services as Vice President

Healthcare Construction Vet, Dean Foth Joins Holland Construction Services as Vice President

Nov 29, 2022 10:30:22 AM / by Neal Stewart

Holland Construction Services has announced hiring veteran Healthcare Construction specialist Dean Foth to their growing team. Holland has seen record growth and revenue in 2022, adding more than 35 team members, with an additional 30 expected to be added in 2023. Dean Foth

"Over the past several years, Holland Construction Services has played a leadership role in the construction of several Healthcare projects in the St. Louis area. Adding Dean Foth to our team allows us to further expand our reach in this market by offering access to one of the true experts in this industry," said Holland President Mike Marchal. "Growth in our business across a few key markets like Multi-family, Education, and of course, Healthcare has allowed us to aggressively add top talent to our team over the past several months, and we have big plans to continue down that path in 2023." 

With over 35 years of experience and leadership of several $100MM+ projects, Foth's resume is impressive. Some projects delivered under Foth's eye include Washington University Campus Renewal, St. Anthony Hospital Central, City Foundry, Mercy Medical Center Replacement Hospital, and many more. Foth attributes pre-construction and planning as the primary factors determining a project's success. 

"The more time you spend in pre-construction, the more dividends will pay later. I stress the importance of organization and planning. When you get into a mode of reacting, everything becomes critical, and it's challenging to catch up. The amount of time spent on a job upfront will determine the outcome," said Foth.  

Foth said there are two fundamental values he instills in any project he leads. "If everyone on the team has accountability and they own the job, the more people care about the work, and it's reflected in the outcome."

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