Mr. Fleming is a highly decorated, Honorably Discharged Service Disabled United States Naval Submarine Force Veteran. As such, Douglas P. Fleming, LLC is one of a few SDVOSB certified by Center of Veterans Enterprise (CVE) and fervently adheres to all public laws and policies and in particular Public Law 109-461 in all his business ventures. During his Naval Service, Douglas Fleming held a Top Secret Security Clearance.
Two of Mr. Fleming’s numerous commendations are include:
1) A Citation from John Lehman, Secretary of the Navy for exceptionally meritorious service in naval operations supporting national security objectives off the Libyan coast during Operation ATTAIN DOCUMENT III. During which, the men and officers of Task Force SIXTY coolly persevered in a highly visible naval freedom of navigation operation.
2) A Citation from F.W. Butterworth III, Commodore of the United States Navy, Commander Submarine Group TWO, for Fleming’s superb initiative and tenacity during his service on the USS DALLAS (SSN 700) while performing demanding duties in an exemplary and highly professional manner.
(The Los Angeles class submarine the USS Dallas SSN 700 is often recognized in the movie “The Hunt for Red October,” based on the book by Tom Clancy.)
Additionally, Douglas P. Fleming is a master tradesman with meticulously honed skills in construction management, renovation, heavy equipment operator, concrete foreman, framing, roofing, siding and flooring.
Mrs. Fleming has been in control of construction operations for Douglas P. Fleming for over twenty years. Mrs. Fleming is an expert in the administrative requirements of government, industrial, commercial, and residential contracting, and has developed systems that improve work flow efficiency by over 45% since DPF first began in these industries. Prior to working with Mr. Fleming in construction, Mrs. Fleming was a restaurant manager for the Friendly Restaurant Corporation.
Mr. Brolin is an Honorably Discharged U.S. Army Field Artillery Officer and is a war veteran. He served in the U.S. Army at various stations around the world after graduating with Honors from Northeastern University in 1988. Mr. Brolin was involved with Desert Storm in Intelligence Support and Counter-Terrorism Operations. Mr. Brolin held a Top Secret Clearance while performing duties as the Site Security Supervisor for a Special Weapons Site in Germany, and was the Nuclear Accident and Incident Response Officer and Safety Officer for the “Follow On Security” portion of the U.S. Army Europe operation during which special weapons were removed from Europe in the early 1990s.
Mr. Brolin has worked with DPF for over one year, and with most of its principles for over 20 years. He has over 15 years of experience in site work, concrete construction, retaining wall construction, block patios and walkways, lawn installation, plantings, site work, steel frame construction, framing, roofing, siding, decks, porches, interior finishes, and flooring in the Government, Commercial, and Residential Construction industries. He has been a Project Supervisor, Job Superintendent, and Safety Officer for multiple projects. Mr. Brolin is OSHA 30 Certified and Contractor Quality Control (CQC) certified.
Mr. Keeney has extensive experience in project coordination, quality control and human resources management. His general responsibilities will include day-to-day details of the project including supervision of the field superintendent. He will be responsible for daily monitoring of project budget and scheduling, negotiation and administration of contracts with sub-contractors and vendors, monitoring and implementation of all drawings and visions. He will be the liaison with your contracting and project management officers, providing the regulatory paperwork necessary to move the project forward.
He is a United States Coast Guard licensed Inshore/Offshore Captain [50 ton vessel] and holds a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) allowing him unescorted access to secure areas of ports vessels, outer continental shelf facilities and all credentialed merchants mariners. He is First Aid, CPR, AED and OSHA 30 certified and is the company’s Health and Safety Enforcement Officer. In addition, Mr. Keeney has extensive experiences on structural issues having acted as an independent troubleshooter during the design and construction phases of a project. He is well versed in wind shear issues and has the ability to expedite the permitting process when wind issues arise.
David has extensive experience in project coordination, quality control and human resources management. His experience also includes schematic drawing, interpretation structural coordinator. He is a United States Coast Guard licensed Inshore/Offshore Captain (50-ton vessel) and holds a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) allowing him unescorted access to secure areas of ports, vessels, outer continental shelf facilities and all credentialed merchant mariners. He is First Aid, CPR, AED and OSHA 30 certified and is the company’s Health & Safety Enforcement Officer.
Dr. Petersen is a recognized expert in the field of environmental chemistry, environmental management and the characterization of hazardous waste on remediation sites. Dr. Petersen has consulted on a variety of projects including characterization of chemical contaminants in soil, multi-disciplinary technical proposal generation, emergency petroleum spill response, transportation and disposal of petroleum contaminated soils, technical plans and proposal development. During 1990, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel in the Army Medical Services Corps. He holds a Ph.D in Chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. Colonel (Retired) Petersen is the company’s scientific and government affairs consultant.
Mr. Mutch started working in the construction trades full time in 1985. From 1985 to 1990 he learned all aspects of residential construction including drawing plans, acquiring permits and sub-contractors, estimating and acquiring materials, excavation, concrete construction, framing, insulating, siding, roofing, installing flooring of all types, painting, installing doors, windows, and trim, custom building cabinets, and building decks and porches. Mr. Mutch is considered a construction specialist, and recently helped DPF to successfully repair piers on Block Island for the Army Corps of Engineers, and for the Barnegat, New Jersey National Wildlife Refuge for the Fish & Wildlife Association.
In 1990 he began working in the commercial construction market, beginning with the Admiral Trucking steel building. He learned commercial roofing, cabinet making, custom display cases, and site work. He simultaneously continued working in the residential field including being a Supervisor and Quality Control Manager for larger residential housing projects. Brad’s experience expanded into road and bridge construction during this time period when he was a critical part of the installation of multiple acre site development for residential and commercial construction projects.
Since 2001 Brad has almost exclusively worked in all phases of larger commercial construction projects. He has supervised and/or managed the construction of Staples and Barnes & Noble’s stores, and the remodeling of I.H.O.P. and McDonald’s restaurants.
This year Brad, who has worked for Douglas P. Fleming, LLC in the past on residential and commercial projects, has decided to offer his talents to Service Disabled Veterans and other government agencies. He is a tremendous addition to the team.
Brad has earned his OSHA 30 Hour Construction Certification, the 40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certification, the Contractor Quality Control Certification, Confined Space Certification, and is certified in First Aid, CPR, and AED.
Mr. Heller is an Honorably Discharged Veteran of the U.S. Navy, and earned his Associated Degree in Accounting from SUNY Ulster County Community College in 1995. Mr. Heller has over 12 years of experience working on Government Construction Projects, including acting as the Quality Control Officer for a five year MATOC for the Army Corps of Engineers at West Point in New York. He has been the Quality Control Manager for Firm Fixed Priced projects valued at 15 million dollars. Mr. Heller specializes in quality control, submittal review, and construction operations that include residential, commercial, and government site work, framing, roofing, concrete, HVAC, steel, trim, painting, fire suppression, plumbing, electrical, testing, balancing, and reporting.
Among the projects awarded to the company that performed the MATOC were asbestos abatement, fire suppression upgrades, HVAC systems, complete home demolitions and remodels, removing block partition walls, installing new metal studs and sheetrock, new kitchens, installing elevators, tying in utilities, earning LEEDs certificates, steel framing of buildings, blasting ledge, and installing cooling towers. After one project for the Military Police was completed, Mr. Heller won a medal for “Exceptional Conduct and Discretion” while operating at an active Top Secret MP facility.
Mr. Heller also has extensive experience in Commercial Construction, overseeing the development of raw land into 13,200 square feet of a completed strip mall among others, and has Supervised Residential Construction Projects valued at up to $389,600. Mr. Heller is Contractor Quality Control Certified and OSHA 30 certified.
Mr. Kelly has been working on construction sites since the age of twelve. Now in his thirties, Mr. Kelly has extensive construction experience that spans multiple trades as well as multiple industries. Since 2008, John has been serving as one of Douglas P. Fleming, LLC’s Site Supervisors. He is currently one of two Superintendents who is constructing a massive rusticated retaining wall system at the Albany New York Samuel S. Stratton VA Medical Facility. He also serves as a Training Officer, Quality Control Manager, and a Site Safety and Health Officer. Generally, his duties include assisting with the development of workflow for all phases of each project, reviewing all job hazards and assisting with the planning and training of essential personnel on safe practices, performing and/or supervising construction operations, keeping a daily log of activities, coordinating and settling disputes with subcontractors and employees, and any other work that the Project Manager needs for the successful completion of each contract.
From 2006 to 2008, Mr. Kelly served as DPF’s Assistant Site Supervisor and Lead Carpenter. In total, he has over 14 years of experience performing and/or supervising construction operations in the residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental industries. John is a concrete rustication specialist, has built an 8,188 square foot stepped foundation to within 1/8” of perfectly square and with 3/16” of top of wall deflection, has installed 36” reinforced concrete pipe for storm drainage up to 20’ below grade, is an overall expert in site work, road and bridge construction, demolition, excavation, concrete construction, framing, roofing, siding, flooring, drywall, millwork, trim, painting, and landscaping. Mr. Kelly has been the Supervisor for housing projects of over 50 residences.
Mr. Kelly is OSHA 30 hour Construction Certified, OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER certified, 8 Hour HAZWOPER Supervisor Certified, Contractor Quality Control Certified, Environmental Compliance Assessment, Training, and Tracking Certified, Excavation and Trench Competent Person Certified, Aerial and Scissor Lift Certified, First Aid, CPR, and AED certified. Mr. Kelly also holds a T.W.I.C. card.
Mr. Burdick started working on new homes as a framer and roofer when he was fifteen years old. He has broadened his expertise immeasurably since, and in 2009 became the youngest Site Supervisor in DPF’s history. Since 2009, Jonathan has continued serving as a Site Supervisor and/or Site Safety and Health Officer for Douglas P. Fleming, LLC. In that capacity, his duties include estimating new projects, assisting with the development of workflow for all phases of each project, analyzing all job hazards and assisting with the planning and training of essential personnel on safe practices, performing and/or supervising construction operations, keeping a daily log of activities, coordinating and settling disputes with subcontractors and employees, and any other work that the Project Manager needs for the successful completion of each contract.
Starting in 2010, Mr. Burdick has assisted the DPF, LLC Quality Control Manager with verifications, field measurements and layouts, job site control, sustainability issues, material testing and verification, training, sub-contractor preparation and supervision, establishing and satisfying re-work issues, hazardous materials control, and all other Quality Control issues.
Jonathan is DPF’s demolition and abatement specialist. Combined, he has over 10 years of experience performing and/or supervising construction operations that include residential, commercial, and governmental site work, demolition, excavation, concrete construction, framing, roofing, siding, flooring, drywall, millwork, trim, painting, and landscaping.
Jonathan has earned his OSHA 30 Hour Construction Certification, 40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Certification, Contractor Quality Control Certification, Asbestos Abatement Certification, Excavation and Trenching Certification, First Aid Certification, Fork-Lift Operator Certificate, Aerial & Scissor Lift Certificate, CPR Certification, AED Certification, and is a TWIC Card Holder.
Mr. McAllise has been with DPF for the past three years, and was quickly promoted to Site Superintendent. On his first assignment as a Superintendent, Mr. McAllise took charge of a 16,800 square foot halls and walls project, during which he had to install Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) barriers, remove all wall coverings, paint 1 coat of primer and two coats of finish paint, remove and replace fluorescent lighting fixtures, install corner guards, railings, and bumper rails, and re-install all the items removed from the walls in an active VA Hospital. The contract offered 180 days to complete the work. Mr. McAllise was done in half that time, and performed with such quality that the Associate Director of the Facility came down to personally thank him on site. Mr. McAllise is currently supervising the completion of a handicap ramp project for the Bath New York VA Facility.
Like all DPF staff, Mr. McAllise has experience in a wide variety of construction disciplines. While he is considered a specialist with interior finishes, he can also lead site work, concrete construction, framing, roofing, siding, landscaping, and pier repair. Mr. McAllise has earned his OSHA 30 hour Construction Certification.
Mr. Nothe is a Service Disabled Medically Retired Veteran of the U.S. Army who has done tours of duty in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Among Mr. Nothe’s duties was clearing areas from Improvised Explosive Devices (I.E.D.). Mr. Nothe is new to the construction industry, but his conduct while serving his fellow countrymen, along with his OSHA training and certifications, makes him an ideal candidate for service as an Assistant Site Safety and Health Officer.