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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Wednesday, July 31, 2002

Dick Pacific restructuring

Advertiser Staff

Dick Pacific, the largest contractor in Hawai'i, is undertaking an organizational restructuring with president Denny Watts moving to Pittsburgh to take over as president and chief executive officer of the parent company, the Dick Corp.

Douglas and David Dick, owners of the Dick Corp., will become co-chairmen of the board.

Dick Pacific will be reorganized into three operations divisions: Dick Pacific Hawaii, Dick Pacific Alaska and North Pacific and Dick West, which will all report to Watts.

Changes at Dick Pacific Hawaii include Gerry Majkut as general manager; Lane Uchimura, who will head the commercial and special projects division; Wil Ideue, who is in charge of federal and public sector work; John Ogoshi as business development manager; and Milton Mitsui as chief estimator.

Dick Pacific has several high-profile projects under way, including the $60 million Wal-Mart & Sam's Club, $80 million Command Center of the Pacific at Camp Smith, $70 million Marriott Ko Olina time-share and The Advertiser's $25 million production and printing facility.