John Diesslin, President
John Diesslin is the President and CEO of Diesslin Structures, Inc. and has a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Engineering from the University of Colorado. John is a lifelong Chaffee County resident and is involved with many local industry and service organizations. John oversees DSI’s commercial and residential projects, from cost estimating, scheduling, superintendent and project manager selection to constructability, labor placement, and quality control.
Kevin Diesslin, Vice President / General Superintendent
Kevin Diesslin is a lifetime Buena Vista resident and Buena Vista High School graduate. He began working for DSI as a trade foreman and has advanced to General Superintendent. Kevin is responsible for coordinating work in the field, on the spot problem solving, safety training and maintenance, quality of workmanship, and schedule adherence. He was DSI’s Superintendent on the 28 million dollar Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center and also served as General Superintendent on the Salida High School project, Buena Vista Public Library, Chaffee County Jail renovation, Buena Vista True Value Store, the Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Climax Molybdenum Leadership Center, the Salida High School Best Grant Project and the CMC Edwards renovation, as well as many other projects.
Adam Radle, Chief Financial Officer
Adam Radle is a native Texan and has extensive experience in high level accounting positions for multi-million dollar companies. Chaffee County has been his home for 3 years prior to joining DSI. His responsibility is to direct the organization’s overall financial policies. He oversees all financial functions including accounting, budget, credit, insurance, tax, and treasury.
Clint Mays, Project Manager
Clint Mays joined DSI in mid-2013 after 30 years in General Contracting, CM at Risk and Design-Build in the Industrial, K-12, Higher Ed., Commercial Office, Hospitality and Corporate Services markets. He has a BS in Construction Management from Colorado State University and enjoys working closely with clients and designers early-on to assist the team with cost effective solutions.
Rebecca Hauser, Project Manager
Rebecca Hauser came to Diesslin Structures in the fall of 2013 with a bachelors degree in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York. She spent the summer of 2013 working as the site supervisor for Chaffee Humanity and joined the Diesslin team as a project engineer later that year. Rebecca is now a project manager for both Epic Homes and DSI. She manages several custom homes each year and, in the summer of 2016, managed the HRRMC Medical Clinic and Dialysis remodels. Rebecca works very well with owners, architects, and subcontractors alike. Her ambition and fresh ideas make her an important part of the Epic Homes and DSI teams.
Brian Smith, Superintendent
Brian Smith is a Salida High School graduate. He started with Diesslin Structures, Inc. in 2004, and with hard work and dedication, has worked his way up to Superintendent. He served as Field Superintendent on the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Remodel and the Monarch Ski Area remodeling project. Brian has worked on numerous projects for DSI and has proven himself time and time again.
Frank Perri, Superintendent
Frank Perri is a Salida High School graduate, who began working as a Superintendent for DSI in 2009. Frank is an exceptional carpenter with unique personal qualities that make him a natural leader in the field. His excellent problem-solving abilities are evident in the quality of the workmanship on his projects. Frank has constructed several custom homes in Chaffee County, built a dental office in Buena Vista and the Salida Early Childhood Center Addition, and served as DSI’s Superintendent on the multi-million dollar Crestone Charter School.
Ty Hickman, Superintendent
Ty Hickman was born and raised in Chaffee County and is a graduate of Salida High School. He has worked in the construction industry since 1981 and has been with Diesslin Structures, Inc. since 2005. Ty served as Superintendent on the Salida Early Childhood Learning Center project, worked as a Superintendent on the Crestone Charter School project and has successfully completed numerous custom homes.
Toby Taylor, Superintendent
Toby has worked in the construction industry for over 20 years. Prior to beginning his career with DSI, he owned and operated Colorado I.C.F. Builders, specializing in larger custom ICF homes and commercial construction. Toby has worked all phases of the building process from footers, foundations, and framing to finish trim and turn key projects. Toby is meticulous and pays attention to details while building a professional relationship with each of his project owners. Toby has exceptional on-time and on budget track records with all his DSI projects including, Chisolm Park, First Presbyterian, and the Sackett Place Condos in Salida, as well as the Leadville Professional Building, and many other out of city projects.
Gustavo Castillo, Superintendent
Gustavo started at Diesslin Structures in September 2011 as a General Laborer but with his strong work ethic and willingness to do what it takes to get the job done, he quickly moved on to roofing. Now as Superintendent of the Roofing Division he continues to prove himself an indispensable part of the DSI team.
Glen Mussetter, Superintendent
Glen is a graduate of Buena Vista High School and began his construction career as a Tunnel Form Carpenter at the Climax Molybdenum Company in Climax, Colorado. Working on several multi-million dollar projects in the capacity ranging from Journeyman Carpenter, General Foreman, Field Superintendant and Project Superintendent. Glen’s wide variety of knowledge is an asset to any project.
Greg Hammond, Superintendent
Greg is a life long resident of Salida and a graduate of Salida High School. His career with DSI began back in 2004 when he joined our concrete crew. Greg boasts years of experience working in large scale concrete projects such as the Salida High School, Crestone and Moffat Schools as well as The Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center. In 2014, with Greg’s vast knowledge and experience he rose the ranks to become a Concrete Superintendent.