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PJanuary 30, 2017

Three Promotions and New Employee Added at EDiS Company


January 30, 2017

Release 2017-01

EDiS Company is excited to announce the promotion of three current employees and the addition of a new employee to the EDiS team.

Dave Breakiron has been promoted from Superintendent to Senior Superintendent. During his more than eight years with EDiS, Dave has continued to impress customers with his leadership in the field, expectations for quality and safety, detailed reporting, and ability to build relationships with owners. His excellent rapport with the EDiS clients has helped foster repeat business from multiple school districts, including Capital, Smyrna, Red Clay, and Appoquinimink.

Gregg Clark has been promoted from Superintendent to Senior Superintendent.  Gregg is excellent in the field, managing some challenging projects through to successful completion. Bear Public Library, the Delaware History Museum, and the Route 9 Library are just a few of the successful projects Gregg has helped lead during his five years with EDiS. Gregg continues to hold the highest standards for quality and safety, and is relentless in getting the best for our customers.

Danielle Skipski has been promoted from Project Cost Accountant to Accounting Department Manager. Since joining EDiS five years ago, Danielle has participated in the EDiS Leadership Academy, cultivated important relationships with clients, and has become a steward of the EDiS culture. Danielle earned both a bachelor’s of science degree and a master’s of business administration from Goldey Beacom College. In her new role, Danielle works with the chief financial officer to supervise the accounting department, and consistently works to evaluate and improve the accounting processes.

Eileen Brown was added to the EDiS team as Estimator. She brings more than 10 years of experience as both a project manager and estimator in the construction industry. Eileen is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

Contact: Melissa Rysak, CPSM
Tel. (302) 421-2977

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