KEAR's leaders take an active role in every project we perform- working side-by-side with field supervision and project management. Our hands-on leadership approach empowers our team members and promotes full collaboration on every project. Our team culture ensures our clients that their project will be successful from start to finish.
Marco Spagnuolo leads KEAR Civil Corporation with over 25 years of contracting and business experience. Marco has built a business model of finding the best and brightest talent, and cultivating them into construction professionals encouraged to take a job and make it a career, by empowering them to develop markets and clients, and to continually seek ways to improve operational excellence. KEAR's officers listed here, as well as numerous others within KEAR's ranks, embody this culture developed by Marco. A culture of professionalism, integrity, and fortitude, with our clients' needs and satisfaction as the guiding principal.
Fun fact none of you colleagues would know: I love snow skiing, but hate snow!
First Construction Job: Running a jackhammer on custom home projects in Incline Village, Lake Tahoe.
Board and / or philanthropy participation: Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary (FLPS) Board Member & Volunteer. FLPS is a pet sanctuary for senior animals.
Fun fact that none of your colleagues would know: I grew up in a small town of less than 1,600 people.
Advice to new construction industry employees: It's such a large industry with a wide range of career paths and opportunity. Take the time to really explore positions and chose the one that you are most passionate about. Communicate with your managers & leaders on what drives you and pursue those opportunities!
First Construction Job: Working for my parents painting and maintaining rental properties.
Best Career Advice Received: Work smart and do things right the first time.
Fun fact that none of your colleagues would know: I am an Eagle Scout.
Advice to new construction industry employees: Seek out advice and mentoring from the seasoned veterans around you at every opportunity.
First Construction Job: Iron worker erecting a new supermarket in Hillsborough, NH.
Best Career Advice Received: Failure is inevitable on the path to success; don't let failure steer you from your path.... and always remember - no one is irreplaceable - work hard and be respectful.
Fun fact that none of your colleagues would know: When I was a kid I fell into a pool of piranhas at a fish farm. My dad managed to pull me out of the water before the fish could attack.
Advice to new construction industry employees: Field experience is truly the best experience you will gain in your career. Listen to your colleagues around you whether they are young or old and grow from their experiences. The best leaders listen and accept ideas from anyone, regardless of rank. And most importantly- be vulnerable, the greatest of leaders aren't know-it-alls.