Title: Project Executive
Company: Phoenix Bay State Construction
Location: Middletown, Rhode Island, United States
Paul Charles Thibeault, a project executive at Phoenix Bay State Construction, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the construction industry.
Hailing from nearly three decades of experience in the construction industry, Mr. Thibeault has distinguished himself through his work at Phoenix Bay State Construction Co. Established in 1974, the company works primarily in the New England region and specializes in various forms of masonry construction, including air/vapor barriers and waterproofing, as well as restoration and renovation. Having initially joined the organization in 2003 as a senior project manager, Mr. Thibeault has gone on to serve as a project executive since 2020. In this capacity, he is responsible for liaising with the upper hierarchy of the company, managing several projects, and various other administrative functions, including monitoring accounting, billing, and project estimates.
Since joining Phoenix Bay State Construction, Mr. Thibeault has contributed to numerous prominent stone masonry construction and renovation projects, including for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Boston, Gillette Stadium, Boston College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Liberty Place Hotel and the historic Winthrop Building. Prior to his work with Phoenix, he served as a project superintendent with Grande Masonry, a full-service masonry company based in Providence, Rhode Island, from 1994 until 2004. During this time, he benefited richly from the mentorship of his foremen, Manny Pavao and Manny Marks, as well as Al “Sonny” Grande, who initiated his drive to excel in the industry.
Mr. Thibeault initially studied accounting and business management at Rhode Island College for over a year. Following this period, he pivoted toward his current endeavors in stone masonry. Since then, he has learned to listen and learn from his colleagues, as the field of construction remains in flux and industry practices change on a yearly basis. In accounting for his overall success, Mr. Thibeault largely credits his ability to internalize the lessons of others, as well as his practical approach to leadership. Throughout the course of his career, he has long lived by the wisdom that one should never give a job they were not willing to do themselves.
Looking toward the future, Mr. Thibeault aspires to finish his career endeavors on a strong note. Following his retirement, he looks forward to contributing more substantially to charitable efforts and other community functions. Likewise, he hopes to have more time to travel abroad and enjoy what the world has to offer.
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