A HISTORY OF
Dickerson Infrastructure dates to 1936, when Norvin Dickerson founded Dickerson Florida, a humble construction firm equipped with a single dragline and a few trucks. Mr. Dickerson grew the business by prioritizing investments in the breakthrough technology of the day and by enshrining an unshakable obligation to achieving the highest levels of customer service.
That legacy endures, and today Dickerson Infrastructure is one of most respected full-service civil infrastructure companies in the market. Our ongoing mission to equip our skilled and dedicated workforce with the latest cutting-edge machinery and systems helps us build more than infrastructure—it enables us to forge long-term successful relationships with satisfied customers.
Industry leadership relies entirely on assured company governance, underpinned by a restless motivation to challenge the status quo and seek improvements to the way we work. We thrive when challenged to bring innovation to the workplace, with the ultimate goal of passing on operational enhancements and efficiencies to our clients. This passion—to “Build Better”—underscores why we do what we do.
Dickerson Infrastructure chairman, John Joyner, and president, Larry T. Dale, share more than 50 years of combined experience in steering the company vision on a growth path that not only addresses the immediate shifting needs of a market, but also nurtures a day-to-day company culture that celebrates creativity and actively promotes opportunities for employees to develop professionally.
The US infrastructure market finds itself at an exciting juncture. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal sets out to, among other things, rebuild America’s roads, bridges and rails, expand access to clean drinking water, and make safe and reliable energy infrastructure investments in communities that have too often been left behind. Infrastructural transformation on this scale calls not only for unprecedented sector collaboration, but also industry-shaping expertise.
Our long history of delivering heavy civil construction and energy-related infrastructure projects—including the build of sub-stations, ISFSI facilities, Security Operation Centers (SOC), site excavations, drainage system improvements, roadway development, and transmission construction—on time and on budget make Dickerson Infrastructure ideally positioned to play an instrumental role in this new era of US infrastructure development.