“Mark Dickinson is a capable, imaginative developer who has the determination to see projects through to completion. He is always thoughtful and positive, and considerate of the needs of tenants, municipal officials, vendors, contractors, and the community at large.”
“In the last decade, we have worked on Dickinson projects valued at over $100 million. Mark has a passionate commitment to excellence, and an unmatched level of ‘fire in his belly' to get things done.”
“Mark came to us with an idea for an unusual project: To build a Jordan's Furniture store on top of a Home Depot on a very complex site. It's a credit to his vision and outside-the-box thinking. He understands construction and how to work with the local towns.”
“Over the years, Mark has proven to be a caring person who believes the ‘Y' is for everyone. Mark has brought his business skills to the not-for-profit environment, helping us to raise significant funds for capital needs and scholarships.”
“Mark believes in giving back to the community, and always brings to the table the all-important three T's: Time, Treasure and Talent.”
“A smart, tenacious principal, Mark is able to manage complex long-term projects from conception to completion.”Equity Partner
“Dickinson Development is about integrity and doing the right thing for the client. Mark and his colleagues have done two projects with Quincy Mutual and in both cases they have put the interests of our company first. Dickinson Development is thorough, professional and a pleasure to work with.”
“Dickinson managed all aspects of development of our $5 million complex on 30 acres comprising offices, warehouse and distribution facilities. They handled the funding, design, permitting, engineering and construction. Dickinson offers an end-to-end, single-source solution. Mark is creative, hands-on and entrepreneurial.”
KEN KELLAWAY, JR.
“I've worked with Dickinson in the Orlando area for over 20 years. Whatever the project, I like the way Mark considers all the alternatives, explores various angles, and seeks new approaches. In addition to being a good businessman, he's loyal and sensitive. Even when the economy was down, he was interested in protecting his partners and their reputations. And he's fun to work with.”
HAL KANTOR, Esq.