Woburn, MA – Associated Builders and Contractors of Massachusetts (ABC) and the Gould Construction Institute (GCI) celebrated this year’s Safety, Training, and Evaluation Process (STEP) award recipients at the 12th Annual GCI Safety & Education Dinner held at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham in May.
The following are this year’s winning companies:
Acella Construction Corp.
Cutler Associates, Inc.
Delphi Construction, Inc.
Energy Electric Co., Inc.
Enterprise Equipment Co., Inc.
Erland Constrution, Inc.
Florence Electric, LLC
Menthuen Construction Co., Inc.
NorthStar Construction Services Corp.
R&R Window Contractors, Inc.
Rivers Electrical Corp.
Ryan Construction, Inc.
Windover Construction, Inc.
Callahan Construction Managers
Electrical Dynamics, Inc
Elm Electrical, Inc.
Lake HVAC, Inc.
Metro Walls, Inc.
North Shore Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
Professional Electrical Contractors of CT, Inc.
Shawnlee Construction, LLC
Tecta America New England LLC
R.H. White Construction Co., Inc.
Breen & Sullivan Mechanical Services, Inc.
Brennan Interior Contractors, Inc.
Exterior Designs, Inc.
Interstate Electrical Services Corp.
W.T. Kenney Company, Inc.
Medford Wellington Service Co., Inc.
RALCO Electric, Inc.
The RELCO Companies
Time Savers Services Corp.
The Safety and Education Dinner is ABC/GCI’s premier event, celebrating our member companies’ commitment to the safety and training of our industry’s workforce, the talented instructors dedicated to educating the next generation of industry leaders, and the students working long hours during the day and attending classes at night to improve their knowledge and skills. “This is a night to recognize our students and their employers who continue to raise the standards of safety, training, and education in the construction industry,” commented Barbara Lagergren, President of the Gould Construction Institute.
This year was particularly special because those in attendance raised over $10,000 for the Team Noah Foundation to help construct Noah’s Playground, a fully accessible playground for special-needs children. Team Noah helps fund research for the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation and was established in honor of Noah Fernandes, who tragically succumbed to the progressive and degenerative disease earlier this year. Visit www.teamnoahfoundation.org for more information on how you can help.