Maine Coast Construction announces promotions
Camden — Maine Coast Construction announced the following promotions and recognitions.
Mark DeMichele has been promoted to senior vice president. DeMichele has been with Maine Coast Construction since he moved to Maine in 1986. Besides building and renovating commercial and residential buildings, DeMichele also uses his construction skills to preserve historic buildings. He has a degree in American history from Seton Hall University and has been a member of the Camden Historic Resources Committee since 2007 and the National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1985. DeMichele lives in Camden and enjoys fishing, bicycling and hiking.
David Luckman has been promoted to vice president. Luckman is a cabinetmaker by trade and is a 1987 graduate of the Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical School carpentry program. While in school, Luckman worked part time constructing log homes. He has been with Maine Coast Construction for 25 years and has worked as the construction manager for the last 11. Luckman is a resident of Thomaston and loves hunting and fishing.
Shawna Higgins has been promoted to chief financial officer. She has been with Maine Coast Construction for 12 years. Higgins graduated from University of Maine at Augusta with an associates degree in business management majoring in accounting. Living in the woods of Jackson, she enjoys the outdoors, fishing with her husband and playing with her dogs.
Randy Boyer and John Davee were recently presented with a Lobster Claw Hammer for their 20 years of service in the company.
Davee has served as president and CEO of Maine Coast Construction for the last 12 years. He is a 1981 graduate of the University of Maine and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology. After college, Davee worked five years as an operator and quality control engineer for Maine Yankee Atomic Power plant and worked for one year at the Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Plant as a quality control shift supervisor. Davee has 21 years of diversified experience at Maine Coast Construction including steel construction, project coordination, radon mitigation and commercial estimating. He is a certified structural welder, a Level 3 welding, structural and electrical inspector, and a state of Maine registered radon service provider. Davee lives in Hope. He has coached Little League in Hope for the past seven years and coaches Pen Bay Soccer in the fall. He also enjoys skiing, boating, golfing, gardening, and taking care of his dogs, cats and chickens.
Project Manager Boyer has worked for Maine Coast Construction for 20 years. He has overseen the construction of Lyman Morse, Journey’s End Marina, and the ongoing Front Street Shipyard, to name a few. Boyer lives with his wife, Jeanie, in Warren and enjoys cooking, gardening, hunting and fishing.
Located on Elm Street in Camden, Maine Coast Construction has been custom-building, renovating and restoring fine homes and commercial buildings in the Midcoast since 1968. For more information visit www.mainecoastconstruction.com.