Mr. Dieterich has more than 25 years of experience in the construction and development industry, including managing numerous historic renovation and resort hospitality projects.
Prior to joining James W. Sewall Company, Mr. Dieterich provided program and construction management services for federal and private sector clients, with over $160 million of projects for the National Park Service, including the rehabilitation of the Lincoln Memorial reflecting pool, repair of earthquake damage to the Washington Monument, seawall repair at Ellis Island, tram control upgrades at the St. Louis Arch and structural repairs at Alcatraz.
Mr. Dieterich also managed real estate development and hospitality projects at Bretton Woods, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Attitash, Sugarbush, Killington, Mount Snow, Steamboat, The Canyons and Heavenly. Projects included the development of the Sunday River Golf Club (Golf Digest Top 100 you can play, Golfweek #1 course you can play in ME), restoration of the Donald Ross designed Mount Washington Golf Course (Golfweek #1 course you can play in NH), construction of the Steamboat Grand, restoration of the Mount Washington Hotel (a National Historic Landmark) and Spa and Conference Center expansion that was awarded the 2009 Construction Management Association of America Project of the Year and a 2010 ACEC National Recognition Award.
Mr. Dieterich has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering Management Program), from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. When not in the office, Matt spends most of his time following his four children in their academic and athletic pursuits. Matt is the Boys Soccer Coach at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School and still finds some time to ski, hike, and golf when he can.