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Hollister Construction promotes Williams, Easse to its leadership team

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Parsippany-based Hollister Construction Services, a construction manager specializing in corporate, educational, health care, industrial, retail and residential construction, announced Wednesday the promotions of David Williams to project executive and Thomas Easse to senior project manager.

Williams has more than 30 years of experience as a project manager in the commercial construction field. In this new role, he will be responsible for managing several delivery teams. Williams will focus his efforts in Newark, where he currently is managing 10 projects under construction.

Easse has more than 26 years of project management experience in the construction industry. In this new role, he will continue to lead his project team while being a mentor to a group of growing project managers.          

“I am very pleased to announce the promotions of Dave and Tom,” Chris Johnson, CEO and founder of Hollister, said in a prepared statement.  “Each day Dave and Tom demonstrate commitment to our clients and co-workers and are excellent leaders to our entire organization as we continue to grow each and every Hollister teammate.  These promotions are well deserved and a testament to their efforts.”

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