Ed Sople,

Ed is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations and building a strong infrastructure to insure the company delivers the highest quality product for the most economical price for clients. He provides executive leadership for all projects from concept through occupancy. He has been instrumental in developing superior pre-construction services along with an in-depth safety program that has resulted in predictable outcomes for owners, architects and subcontractors.

Ed joined Dellbrook | JKS in 2005 with more than ten years of hands-on experience as a project manager. For the last ten years, he has developed systems that have enabled the company to grow revenue more than five-fold to over $100 million in markets as diverse as healthcare, education, historic renovations, and luxury and affordable housing.

He was named a vice president of project management in 2009, and two years later, was tapped as chief operating officer.

Ed has managed the building of about 4,000 housing units and more than 3.5 million square feet of construction. He was in charge of the $28.5 million renovation of Bourne Mill in Tiverton, Rhode Island which transformed a century-old cotton mill into a 166-unit upscale apartment community. He provided pre-construction services for the 216-unit Eventide project at SouthField, which includes a 46-bed long-term care facility, and for the $48 million 284-unit Tara II Project in Nashua, NH.

Before joining Dellbrook | JKS, Ed was a project manager for Peabody Construction. During his ten-year tenure at the company, he was responsible for a score of projects, including the construction of new schools, affordable and senior housing, and historic renovations.

Ed graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a bachelor of science in civil engineering, magna cum laude, in 1997. He obtained his LEED AP certification in 2009. Ed is active in coaching youth sports and fundraising for schools in his hometown of Norwood.