George Dyroff

Executive Project Manager, Preconstruction

Joined Chapman in 1999

Education & certifications

  • LEED® Accredited Professional
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, University of Notre Dame
  • MA in English Literature, Virginia Tech
  • Undergraduate courses in civil engineering
  • Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Certification Training
  • Emergency Care & Safety Institute First Aid, CPR & AED Certification

Interests

Waterskiing, snow-shoeing, swimming, hiking the White Mountains

 

Fun Fact

George was watch captain on the 32-foot sailboat that won the 2017 Marion to Bermuda Race. The four-man crew navigated the 650-mile ocean course using only sextant, the sun, and the stars.

 

The start of the race that took the crew 500 miles off shore.

A former newspaper editor and a carpenter by trade, George brings a unique blend of construction know-how and communication skill to Chapman. George’s experience, focus, and passion about his projects make him a truly invaluable team member. George loves the ocean and, when not in the office, can often be found sailing; and is currently working toward earning his Coast Guard Captain’s License.

George and his crew during the Marion to Bermuda Race.

Back to our team

George Dyroff

Executive Project Manager, Preconstruction

Joined Chapman in 1999

Education & certifications

  • LEED® Accredited Professional
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, University of Notre Dame
  • MA in English Literature, Virginia Tech
  • Undergraduate courses in civil engineering
  • Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Certification Training
  • Emergency Care & Safety Institute First Aid, CPR & AED Certification

Interests

Waterskiing, snow-shoeing, swimming, hiking the White Mountains

 

Fun Fact

George was watch captain on the 32-foot sailboat that won the 2017 Marion to Bermuda Race. The four-man crew navigated the 650-mile ocean course using only sextant, the sun, and the stars.

 

The start of the race that took the crew 500 miles off shore.