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Oct. 12 - Kim Thomas joins Local Chapter of National Association of Women in Construction

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

(LEFT to RIGHT) NAWIC’s Newly Elected Board Members: Laura Lee Bocade of DIRTT Environmental Solutions as President, Kim Thomas of The Dewitt Tilton Group as Vice President, Brandy Davenport of Savannah Construction & Preservation as Treasurer, Tess Stuber of Atlanta Gas Light as Director, and Marilyn Blome of Blome & Associates as Director. Not pictured: Erin Clay of Guerry Lumber as Secretary.

October 12, 2017 - Kim Thomas, Director of Operations at Dewitt Tilton Group, a Savannah area commercial construction company, has been elected to serve as Vice President of The Savannah chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) as NAWIC #380 announces the new 2017-2018 Board of Directors.

NAWIC was founded in 1953 to create a support network for women in the construction industry and to continue to grow the influence and presence of women in the industry. It received its national charter two years later. Today NAWIC serves chapters in 14 regions, partnering with leading construction firms to provide its members with mentoring, networking, leadership development, skill advancement and education on the latest industry trends. The Savannah Chapter has been active in this region for 15 years and boasts members from many local and national organizations related to the construction industry.

“NAWIC presents a wonderful opportunity for me to connect and share ideas with industry leaders and educators both in Savannah and nationally,” said Thomas. “I am thrilled to take on a leadership position that will allow me to influence the growth of an organization so dedicated to supporting women in construction.”

Thomas joins newly-elected board members Laura Lee Bocade of DIRTT Environmental Solutions as President, Brandy Davenport of Savannah Construction & Preservation as Treasurer and Erin Clay of Guerry Lumber as Secretary. New Board Directors include Marilyn Blome of Blome & Associates and Tess Stuber of Atlanta Gas Light. The immediate past president, Tonya Reed of Henry Plumbing Company, will remain an active member of the board.

In her role at the Dewitt Tilton Group, Thomas works closely with clients to ensure that their desires are met at every juncture, from drafting plans and working closely with architects and engineers, drafting the metal building layout (if required), to obtaining bids from subcontractors, to final approval.

Before joining the Dewitt Tilton Group, Thomas worked for six years with Chris Tilton as a Residential Project designer and office manager at John Tilton Homes & Tilton Commercial Group in Ridgeland, SC. Thomas’ previous positions include assistant project manager at Norsouth Construction Company of Georgia in Savannah, construction administrator with TMX Finance in Savannah and office administrator at 14th Circuit Solicitor (District Attorney) in Walterboro, SC. She also served eight years as the Chairman of the Jasper County, SC Planning Commission.

To learn more about NAWIC, visit For more information or to contact the Dewitt Tilton Group, please call 912.777.3404 or visit

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