With over a 25 years in the industry, Mr. Dickens has taken Dickens Quality Demolition to be the premier demolition contractor in the state. Mr. Dickens started in demolition as lead man trainee; working his way up from foreman to Vice President at a large, Phoenix based, demolition contractor. Mr. Dickens is a native Arizonan with strong business and personal ties to the community. In 1997, Mr. Dickens felt it time to establish himself in the industry. With 80 hour work weeks, and some sound investment planning, Dickens Quality Demolition was created. Now in our 18th year of operations, Dickens Quality Demolition averages over 150 employees.
Mr. Dickens is available for questions or comments at the above address, phone number, and e-mail address.
Mr. Christensen has held many positions within the demolition industry; starting as Sr. Foreman for a major Phoenix demolition contractor in 1989. He was promoted through the ranks at two other demolition contractors, and is currently the Vice President / Principal at Dickens Quality Demolition.
Member of the management team responsible for setting policies and developing procedures for the organization. Prepares and monitors budgets for main office in Phoenix as well as a branch office in Tucson. Participates in all decision making associated with philosophical direction of company, financial decisions, asset acquisitions and business development. Supervises accounting staff, safety manager and human resources administrator. Prepares year-end work papers and works directly with auditors in the preparations of year-end statements and tax returns. Generates and analyzes monthly internal financial statements (including work in process schedules). Manages and facilitates monthly executive management meetings.
Integral member of the management team responsible for setting policies and procedures for the organization. Prepared and monitored budgets for four divisions of the company. Managed cash and investments. Supervised accounting department personnel. Prepared year-end work papers and worked directly with auditors in the preparations of year-end statements and tax returns. Generated and analyzed monthly internal financial statements (including work in process schedules). Responsible for the preparation and facilitation of quarterly and year-end management planning meetings.
Interview clients and prepare Net Worth, Cashflow, and Retirement Projections. Make investment recommendations unique to client needs and risk tolerance. Analyze life insurance and disability needs and make appropriate recommendations. Passed the CFP Exam in May of 2003.
Responsible for cash management, generation of monthly internal financial statements (including work in process schedules), payroll tax reports, budget preparation and analysis, collections and write-offs. Responsible for the preparation and facilitation of quarterly and year-end management planning meetings. Management of computer network. Implementation of accounting software packages. Supervise accounting department personnel.
Responsible for cash management, generation of monthly financial statements and supervision of accounting personnel. Responsible for budgeting process, coordination, and preparation of workpapers for yearly audit.
Experience in audits, reviews, compilations, and tax returns. Assisted senior accountants on numerous large audits as a junior staff accountant through all phases to completion of financial statements.
Ms. Hargrove has over 35 years of accounting and financial management experience. She has also been involved in professional organizations such as the General Member of Construction Financial Management Association, where she held positions ranging from Secretary/Treasurer to President.