Troy Dickson’s background includes more than 30 years of industry experience and 23 years of service with Howard S. Wright since joining the firm as a project manager in 1997. During his tenure, he has held many positions, including vice president of the major projects group in Oregon, vice president of operations for the West Region of Balfour Beatty, and most recently, senior vice president and Oregon manager.
Not only has Dickson led many of the company’s most significant projects in Oregon from preconstruction through construction, he has spent his career focused on operational excellence both regionally and nationally. His work has resulted in heightened jobsite safety, reduced risk for clients and partners, and an efficient platform for project teams to execute. This new role allows Dickson to focus on the Northwest where he will leverage his past success and experience to directly benefit Northwest clients, partners and communities.
Dickson’s resume includes overseeing the successful completion of many high-profile projects in Oregon such as, The Portland Building reconstruction, Broadway Tower, Museum Place South Development, Eliot Tower, the Elizabeth, and ODS Tower. He also directed the pursuit, and delivery of the renovation and modernization of the award-winning
Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building. His oversight and thought leadership as part of the integrated project delivery (IPD) team ensured the project achieved its high-performance green building goals and recognition as one of the nation’s most energy efficient high rises.
Dickson holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta, and is a licensed Professional Engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional.