Pete Hamill is senior vice president for Turner’s New England region and is leveraging his thirty-five years of operational experience to lead the team developing and implementing Turner’s Environmental Social Governance strategy. With a focus on Turner’s impact to the planet and its people, Pete brings his passion for building “really cool buildings” to making a key difference in the future of the construction industry, and perhaps the world.
Pete began his career in 1987 in Turner’s New York City office, where he developed years of hands-on experience as a superintendent and preconstruction manager. In 1993, Pete relocated to Turner’s Boston office where his experience and commitment to executing on his promises and delivering high quality work continued. He has served in the roles of Superintendent – Project Executive of the Boston office, Vice President and Operations Manager, and General Manager and in 2016 Senior Vice President and manager of New England.
Pete’s leadership is founded on a passion to develop and drive processes that deliver unparalleled project value. He fosters a culture of empowerment amongst his staff and is regularly engaged with strategic and innovative growth initiatives for the company.
Pete has been a guest lecturer and frequent panel speaker promoting innovation and the betterment of project delivery within the Design and Construction industry. He is an active board member of the Green Ribbon Commission and Riverside Community Health as well as a member of the Wentworth and WPI Advisory Boards.
A native of Massachusetts, Pete resides in New Hampshire with his spouse Kelly and their children Jack and Maggie. He is a passionate skier, hiker, and fan of sports.