Peter Dyer

Vice President of Construction & Maintenance

The first line of customer service at Saletin Real Estate Group -- maintenance --  is expertly headed by Peter Dyer, Vice President of Maintenance and Construction, who comes armed with a wealth of knowledge and firsthand experience spanning some 30 years. Peter oversees the maintenance of more than 1.25 million square feet of commercial property 24/7/365 throughout Rhode Island, Boston, and Southeastern Massachusetts. When it comes to commercial property maintenance, he delivers topnotch performance, including strategic negotiations, scope of work analysis, vendor management, and implementation of contracted services. In addition to supervising the maintenance team's daily work, Peter oversees all new construction projects with a dual role as general contractor and owner's representative. Peter's expertise is evident in: scope of work determination, budget development and adherence, due diligence analysis, project development, issues and solution management. His natural ability to implement good business practices coupled with strong performance are further evidence of Peter's key role at Saletin Real Estate Group.

Peter has held an unrestricted construction supervisor license in Massachusetts for over 10 years. Prior to joining Saletin Real Estate Group in 2007, Peter held a similar role at Marshall Properties, where he was responsible for overall maintenance of both residential and commercial properties. There he performed and monitored maintenance and repairs, including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and general building maintenance. Peter hired and supervised the maintenance team and subcontractors while overseeing project budgets, schedules, and work quality. He functioned as the general contractor for the construction of new buildings and the fit-up work for the storage unit division. Peter's valuable contribution at Saletin Real Estate Group goes well beyond upkeep, maintenance, and construction. Something else about Peter -- an avid boater, he loves to spend a nice day fishing on the water.