Dan Dennison Joins Park Assist as Senior Project Manager – North America

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Dan Dennison has joined Park Assist as a Senior Project Manager. In this role, Dan will overview many projects, making sure they accurately come in under budget and on time. He will also be assisting all field personnel to ensure customer satisfaction is met.

Dan has had an extensive background of project management throughout the country. In his previous position as augmented staff to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at Parsons Corporation in Washington D.C., he built control towers and next generation systems around the United States including Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and American Samoa.

Prior to Parsons, Dan has also worked for Jacobs Engineering as a project manager, as augmented staff to the physical security division of the Capitol Police of the United States Capitol campus.

Dan was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana along with his eight brothers and sisters. He attended college at Louisiana State University. He currently resides in Sachse, Texas on five acres of land with his wife and four dogs. He enjoys playing rugby, golf, and target shooting. Dan enjoys traveling, with his favorite destinations include South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and England. Dan is very much excited to be a part of the Park Assist team, he states “it’s a career, not a job.”

“We are excited to have Dan join the NTHAM PM team as we continue to grow our Texas-based team. With exciting projects in the area such as Legacy West, University of Texas, Austin Airport, Park District, Northpark Center and more, Dan brings a much needed local support and PM presence for the team. We look forward to Dan successfully leading the charge on these project deployments and the many more to come in the Texas market.” Said Vince Balsamo, General Manager – North America.

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