Brian Baynes

Director of Field Operations

Brian Baynes

Brian brings a well-rounded set of skills having spent his career on the Operations side as well as in the Field. He has a respect and understanding of how to address field challenges and enforces collaboration with office and field staff from day one on the project. Brian works closely with our Superintendents to solve day-to-day project challenges related to constructability issues, scheduling conflicts, staffing, subcontractor conflicts, Safety, and Quality Control.

 

How did you get into construction?
As a kid, I always wanted to build forts or similar things. I loved working with my hands. Coming out of high school my desire was to become a carpenter. I went to Wentworth for Building and Construction. After Wentworth, I worked in the commercial and residential markets for a few years and then stuck with the commercial side of construction.

Who, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? And why?
Tom Hanks. I can’t think of a movie or role that he’s played that I haven’t enjoyed watching. He is respectful on and off the stage.

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
The Church of the Transfiguration.  It was like building a basilica in modern times. The detail and design that went into building the Church were of high quality. The structure was built to last 200 plus years. There was minimal steel added to the structure as the intent was to keep all the materials natural from the earth and not man-made.

 

Other people in Operational Leadership

Carol Roby

Director of Learning / Dean of Commodore Academy

Carol Roby

Jason Theberge

Vice President, Project Executive / Life Sciences Group Leader

Jason Theberge

Jim Stadler

Vice President of Estimating & Purchasing

Jim Stadler