Driven to Succeed
Slade DeZeler is an operations manager known for taking on the most challenging projects and finding a way to make them successful. Something that sets Slade apart is his drive to succeed. He measures his success by performing at the highest levels of safety, quality, and financial performance. His expertise focuses on industrial-type projects, including machinery installation and structural steel and concrete installations. Slade will ask the questions no one is asking, challenge the process to drive the planning conversation, and dig deep into the details.
Second Generation Construction Professional
Since joining Boldt in 1995, Slade has led project teams on some of the most complex industrial, power, pulp & paper, and mining projects. Slade’s expertise, matched only by his enthusiasm and can-do attitude, fosters teamwork and creates common goals for success.
Slade brings his strong project management skills and communication abilities to every project, creating a unified team between the owner, engineers, and subcontractors. In leading project teams, his approach has delivered projects that exceed owner expectations by completing projects on or ahead of schedule.
425 PROJECTS COMPLETED
Industrial, Power, Manufacturing, Pulp and Paper, Mining, Oil & Gas, Food and Beverage
Projects completed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Idaho, Iowa, Florida, Maryland, North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan, Main, Indiana.
PROJECT DELIVERY METHODS
Delivered projects as a Project Manager and Project Superintendent.
Various delivery models of Lump Sum, Guaranteed Maximum Price, Time and Material, Fee-Based and Incentive Based
MENTORED OVER 2,000 PEOPLE
Provided leadership and direction to ensure field and office teams support each other. Empower, coach and mentor team members.
Safety Audits, Support for Safety Professionals, Strong Safety Culture, Near Miss Programs, Secure Sites, Safety Signage, Good Housekeeping, Documentation and Reporting, CSI, Hazzard Awareness
SKILLS & EXPERTISE
Project Spotlight: New recycling sorting line for the Ramsey Washington R&E facility. This equipment can sort 70 tons per hour of raw garbage and separate the recyclables. This video represents the installation of the new equipment in the different areas of the facility.