Presenter Profile: Rick Gosine, VP Project Development and Marketing, The Dalton Company

Rick Gosine, VP Project Development and Marketing, The Dalton Company

Since our LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT workshop is led by four recognized topic experts, we thought you should get to know them.

Rick Gosine, Vice President of Development and Marketing at The Dalton Company, is the first presenter you’ll hear in our two day workshop. Rick offers his expertise on planning and executing building projects in his presentation Building New Facilities: Delivering Projects on Budget and on Time.

Rick has been with The Dalton Company since 1992, beginning his career with the firm as a project coordinator/estimator. His hands-on experience has given him a special expertise and understanding of the construction industry.

In his role as Vice President of Project Development and Marketing at the Dalton Company, Rick has responsibility for all strategy, development, partner relationships and go-to-market activities for Dalton’s portfolio of services. He is also responsible for the business development of building opportunities within institutional, public and commercial projects. Creating and sustaining close, valued client relationships is one of his primary goals.

plan it build it logo smallOne resource Rick refers to in his presentation is ArtsBuild Ontario’s step-by-step guide PLAN IT | BUILD IT, which breaks down planning and executing capital projects into manageable steps. It’s easy to use and intuitively takes users through each phase of their capital project so organizations can confidently move forward with their building projects.

The Dalton Company provides professional building services, which include all the functions needed to manage a project from beginning to completion. Their award-winning work includes the National Ballet of Canada, Roy Thomson Hall, the Granite Club and the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.

You can hear Rick’s presentation at our next LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT workshop in Chatham-Kent at the Chatham Cultural Centre on March 23.

Read more about our LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT workshop series.