Kevin Lyons

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Kevin Lyons

Who, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? And why?
My grandfather. I would love to have the opportunity to have one more dinner with him and just catch up on everything. He passed away just as I was beginning my professional career and it would have been nice to share some of my experiences with him. He was a big Boston sports fan as well and it would be fun to catch him up on all the success the teams have had in the last 7 or 8 years.

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
20 CityPoint – SGH and MBBP tenant fit-outs. These project(s) were unique because they were fit-outs that were taking place as the base building team was completing the core and shell. I was able to see many things on this project that I know will help me further down the road in my career. The project teams we had onsite for these projects were great and enjoyable to work with. It was also a great opportunity for me personally because this was my first job as a lead super on the MBBP project.

How did you get into construction?
My father worked in construction when I was younger so that certainly sparked my interests. I was around jobsites growing up and working as a laborer during school breaks, I knew construction would be in my future. I started studying Civil Engineering in school but after a few semesters, I knew the engineering route was not for me and that I would end up on the GC side of the business.

What is one thing on your bucket list and will you accomplish it?
Heli-skiing. My friends and I typically do a ski/snowboard trip each year and we’ve recently talked about planning a trip out west that will involve at least a day or two of heli-skiing.

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