Tyler Dillon Appointed to Hawaii State Building Code Council
Layton Construction is building many high-profile projects across Hawaii.
HONOLULU (May 25, 2018) – Tyler Dillon has been appointed by the General Contractors Association of Hawaii to represent the GCA on the State Building Code Council for a two-year term. He has also been nominated by the council to serve as vice chair of the committee.
Dillon is a construction industry veteran with 25 years’ experience, and as an Executive Vice President at Layton Construction, he oversees the company’s operations in Hawaii.
Dillon has extensive experience in healthcare construction, serving as project manager, project executive and vice president managing healthcare work on a number of healthcare projects on the mainland. Projects include hospitals in Florida, Georgia, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia, and healthcare expansions and renovations in those states, as well as in Tennessee, South Carolina and Colorado. Since arriving to Hawaii in 2016, Dillon has engaged in projects on the Big Island, Oahu and Kauai.
Since joining Layton seven years ago, Dillon’s work profile has expanded to include diverse projects such as construction of the Faena Forum, an arts center located on the trendy South Beach of Miami, Florida. The facility was recently noted as one of “25 International Architectural Masterpieces of 2016” by wired.com.
Dillon is a graduate of Clemson University, with a degree in construction science and management.
Layton Construction has been building in Hawaii for over a decade, expanding to become one of the Islands’ top 10 general contractors. Layton has completed education, entertainment, healthcare, hospitality and retail projects across four islands.