Dana Arsenault, President
In 2018, Dana took the helm as Gleeson Powers’ President. Since joining GPI in 2000, Dana has been a driving force in growing Gleeson Powers’ presence in the specialty construction market – expanding service offerings into the areas of Air & Vapor Barrier, Waterproofing, Caulking and Spray Foam Insulation, and solidifying Gleeson Powers as the premier Single-Source Firestop Contractor in the Northeast. As Gleeson Powers’ President, Dana provides leadership and oversight for all aspects of GPI’s operations – including client relations, estimating, project management and in-field operations. Together with GPI’s EVP, he guides the strategic direction and vision of Gleeson Powers and is responsible for the overall health of the company.
Aideen Doneski, Executive Vice President
As Gleeson Powers’ Executive Vice President, Aideen is responsible for the organizational development and administration of the company. Since joining in 2004, Aideen has focused on building Gleeson Powers’ infrastructure, combining data-driven decision making and long-term planning with daily business operations. She provides leadership and oversight in the areas of finance and administration as well as marketing and business development. Together with GPI’s President, she is responsible for the strategic direction, vision and health of the company. Aideen has a Bachelor’s degree from St. Anselm College and a Master’s degree from Boston College, both in Sociology. She also hold an Advanced Certificate in Leadership from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
Aedan Gleeson, Founder
After forming Gleeson Powers in 1992, Aedan became a leader in the firestopping industry. As the Firestop Contractors International Association’s (FCIA) first President and Charter member, he was a Board member, served on the association’s Steering Committee & Advisory Board, as well as chairing various committees. For his unwavering support of the FCIA and his impact on the industry, Aedan was the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Service Award, 2017 President Award, 2013 Advocate of the Year Award and the 2009 Award in Excellence.
Eric Baillargeon, Superintendent
Eric has been a carpenter and installer with Gleeson Powers since 2000. During that time, he has helped manage GPI’s growth on-site, serving as a foreman for many years. In his current role as Superintendent, he oversees on-site project execution from planning to completion – supervising installation, quality control and safety and compliance on site.
Matt Cole, Project Manager
Matt joined Gleeson Powers as a Fire Barrier Surveyor in 2010 and quickly became an Assistant Project Manager for healthcare facilities. In 2014, he was promoted to Project Manager and currently manages both healthcare and commercial construction projects in the New England area. He has extensive experience in managing projects from start to completion, including project planning and scheduling, cost control, documentation, change order management and customer relations. Before Joining Gleeson Powers, Matt studied at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management. Contact Matt.
Jeff Comeau, Lead Estimator
Jeff joined Gleeson Powers as Lead Estimator in September 2010. He currently manages all take offs, bid estimates and project proposals for commercial and healthcare projects. He also oversees preconstruction and project hand-off. Jeff has obtained his Designated Responsible Individual (DRI) status for the FM 4991 Approved Firestop Contractor program. Prior to joining Gleeson Powers, Jeff studied at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Contact Jeff.
Tom Curran, Superintendent Longwood Area
Tom Curran is GPI’s Superintendent in the Longwood Area. He works directly with many of our healthcare customers, managing the on-site execution of our Fire Barrier Management programs. Tom is a member of the New England Carpenter’s Union and has been a fire barrier management specialist since joining Gleeson Powers in 2006.
Heather Graham, Office Manager
Heather is GPI’s Office Manager & Payroll Administrator. She is responsible for administering payroll, pre-qualifications, insurance certificates and support to the field and office team. Heather has been with Gleeson Powers since 2010, and has over 15 years of previous administrative experience in the construction industry. Heather holds an Associate’s degree from Dean College and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Northern Vermont University-Johnson. Contact Heather.
Jay Mack, Area Vice President, Mid-Atlantic
Jay joined Gleeson Powers in April 2010 as an Area Vice President for the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to joining GPI, Jay had been in the firestopping and mechanical insulation business for over 15 years. As a Area Vice President for GPI’s Mid-Atlantic division, Jay is responsible for estimating, project management and execution and business development. Jay has obtained his Designated Responsible Individual (DRI) status for the FM 4991 Approval Firestop Contractor program. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science. His areas of expertise include both healthcare and commercial construction of new and existing projects. Contact Jay.
Gus Mancini, Vice President of Healthcare
Gus is the Vice President of Healthcare & Project Executive for Gleeson Powers. He joined Gleeson Powers in September 2006 and since then has played an important role in developing Gleeson Powers’ healthcare offerings, including our fire barrier management program and our customized barrier management software, The Life Safety Tracker System®. Gus has become an expert in understanding the needs of healthcare facilities to remain compliant and meet the life safety requirements of the Joint Commission, CMS and other accrediting agencies. He has obtained his Designated Responsible Individual (DRI) status for both FM 4991 Approved and UL Qualified Firestop Contractor programs, is a Certified Fire & Egress Door Assembly Inspector (CFDAI), and a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC). Prior to joining GPI, Gus studied at Rochester Institute of Technology where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering. Contact Gus.
Renea Pisani, Controller / Project Accountant
Renea is GPI’s Controller & Project Accountant. With over 20 years of experience in construction accounting, she manages all invoicing, accounts receivable, accounts payable and project accounting. Other administrative areas include human resources, bonding, and office/field support. Renea has been with Gleeson Powers since 2007 and previously worked in administration at Badd Brothers, Inc. as well as Dean College. Renea has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Stonehill College. Contact Renea.
Mary Strachan, Surveyor/Inspector
Mary has been a Firestop Surveyor and Fire Door Inspector with Gleeson Powers since 2010. Mary is an expert at determining the visual compliance of firestop systems and smokeseal assemblies. As our primary Fire Door Inspector, she has completed the DAI600 Fire and Egress Door Assembly Inspection training. Mary also serves as our Engineering Judgment Coordinator as a liaison between our foremen, installers, project managers, customers, and manufacturers. Contact Mary.
David Zambelli, Superintendent
David has been a carpenter and installer with Gleeson Powers since 2005. David has helped manage GPI’s growth on-site and spent many years as a foreman. In his current role as Superintendent, David is responsible for on-site project execution, from planning to completion, overseeing installation, quality control, and safety and compliance on-site.
We are proud to have a dedicated, highly trained and hard-working team of installers, many of whom have been part of the Gleeson Powers team for 5, 10, 15 years. From our onsite supervisors and foremen to our journeymen and apprentices, we work to ensure the highest standards of professionalism and quality are met on each project, and insist on attention to detail, both in the application of our work and in safety measures on site.