Our History

Sheridan Construction a Maine Commercial Construction Company – our history.

A Maine Construction Company: Sheridan Construction, Maine’s premier commercial construction company, dates back over 70 years.

The year was 1947: World War Two had recently ended, the United States’ economy was booming, and Sheridan Construction became the official Butler Builder® for the State of Maine.

In 1958, Lyle Cutchin acquired ownership of the company and moved headquarters to the Greater Waterville area so the company would be centrally located in the state. Sheridan Construction prospered.

In 1984, Lyle’s son, Douglas Cutchin, became the President of The Sheridan Corporation as it experienced major growth. Doug’s enthusiasm for all aspects of the construction industry, as well as the Maine economy in general, resulted in Sheridan becoming a major contender in the construction industry. In 2009, Brad Nelson became President. In 2017, Mitch Sammons took over as President of the corporation and Daniel Wildes Jr. assumed the role of the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In 2022, Dan Wildes took over as President and full owner of the company, following the retirement of former president Mitchell Sammons.


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