Women in Construction Highlight: Sheryl Guglielmo

Sheryl Guglielmo DiPrete Engineering 1.1
Sheryl Guglielmo, Project Manager

Sheryl Guglielmo joined DiPrete Engineering in 2006 after earning a degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA. As a Project Manager, Sheryl is responsible for client satisfaction throughout a project’s life cycle.

Over the past five years, the majority of Sheryl’s work has been concentrated in the Massachusetts markets. She is currently working on a number of the firm’s projects in Dedham, Canton, Fall River, Walpole, Norwell, Belchertown, and Methuen. She has also had the opportunity to reach into the northern New England markets, recently completing the permitting of a convenience and fueling facility in Salem, NH.

“Sheryl’s significant talent in design and project management, and her knowledge of the Massachusetts regulatory system and real estate market is a valuable asset to our firm,” said Dennis DiPrete, President of DiPrete Engineering. “Her strong work ethic and commitment to her clients is outstanding.”

Sheryl has worked on a number of notable projects, one being her ongoing involvement with the redevelopment of Garden City Center dating back to 2012. She is also leading the civil design for the 200,000 square foot Infinity Meat Solutions project which is currently under construction, a partnership between Retail Business Services and Cargill Protein located at Quonset Business Park.

Sheryl GuglielmoAs a strengths-based company, DiPrete Engineering focuses on developing employees’ unique talents into strengths. Sheryl’s strengths include ‘Futuristic, Strategic, Focus, Woo, and Positivity’. She continuously looks for ways to optimize them in her daily interactions with clients, co-workers, and regulators.

“The best part about my job is working for a company that is truly invested in my success,” said Sheryl. “When I am encouraged to do what I do best every day, I can have more positive, creative, and innovative moments to share with clients and colleagues.”

Sheryl serves on the Attleboro Planning Board and is on the Planning Committee for the International Council of Shopping Centers’ New England Conference & Deal Making. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, climbing the leaderboard on her Peloton, and outdoor cycling in the warmer months.