Clegg, DuPre and Perugino of STV|DPM honored

May 19, 2017 - Front Section
Bill Clegg

 

Mark DuPre

 

Roxanne Perugino

 

Hartford, CT Three of STV|DPM’s office team members recently received industry recognition.

Vice president of operations, Bill Clegg, LEED AP, FIIDA has been appointed to the 2017 CoreNet Global Connecticut/Westchester board of directors. CoreNet’s Connecticut/Westchester chapter membership represents a cross-section of 160 corporate end users, service providers and economic-development professionals from throughout Connecticut and Westchester County, NY. Its mission is to facilitate the advancement of corporate real estate practices through professional development opportunities, publications, research, conferences, and local chapters and networking groups. Clegg joined STV|DPM’s Hartford office in 2013.

An 11-year veteran of STV|DPM, vice president Mark DuPre, MCPPO, Sr. Assoc. AIA, has been named director of communications for the 2017 term for the Connecticut chapter of Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). CMAA’s mission is to promote the construction management profession and the use of qualified construction managers on capital projects and programs. In this role DuPre will assure all chapter correspondences are effectively and efficiently communicated to its membership and interested parties. STV is a mega member of the CMAA.

Roxanne Perugino, LEED AP, STV|DPM senior project planner, was recently awarded Professional Women in Construction’s (PWC) Excellence in Mentoring award, acknowledging her guidance as a positive role model for women in the design and construction industry. With STV|DPM since 2004, Perugino currently serves as vice president of PWC’s Connecticut chapter, and chair of the scholarship and awards committees for the organization. 

Her latest recognition from PWC was due to Perugino’s work with STV|DPM’s staff, as well as her dedicated volunteer efforts with the Terryville, CT, Parks and Recreation Commission. Perugino also served on Terryville’s Board of Education for eight years and has worked with Central Connecticut State University’s Industry Advisory Committee for construction management.