Mike Dupuis

Senior Project Manager

Mike Dupuis

What’s your secret talent that no one knows about?
I “play” the guitar.  Self-taught.  Since 2007.  Strictly “campfire” talent. Acoustic classic rock.

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
My favorite project was the expansion and renovation of the DCU Center in Worcester.  It is such an iconic part of the fabric of the City of Worcester.  I saw my first concert, Billy Joel the Bridge Tour there and many other events.  It was exciting to see everything behind the scenes.  When it was all done, we were behind the scenes when the circus arrived.  Very cool.

How did you get into construction?
The first time was because it was the first job that came available at a time when it was difficult to find work right out of college.  The second time (four years later), for some reason, I always wanted to work for the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).  When the opportunity came, I took it.  Despite having great satisfaction in serving my country in a small way, I realized that it wouldn’t satisfy my desire to be involved with bigger and more exciting work.  I wanted more, so I left and went to work for a general contractor in my hometown.  The rest is history.

What is one thing on your bucket list and will you accomplish it?
I always wanted to go to Paris.  This past winter, I went with my wife.  Went up the Eifel Tower.  Saw the Champs-Élysées and Notre Dame.  Ate some macrons.  Had a lot of wine.  And was mistaken for a Parisienne.  All in all, a huge win.

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