Boston – Francis Colantonio, chair and CEO of Colantonio, Inc., has been named 2020-2022 board chair of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA). He previously served as 2018-2020 vice chair of the board.
He will provide critical leadership, guidance and oversight to ensure that board policy directives are implemented and that strategic planning goals are met, such as in the areas of membership services, advocacy/industry relations, strategic planning and financial management.
AGC MA also announced that returning board member Bill Aalurud, Columbia Construction Company, will take the seat as 2020-2022 vice chair.
AGC MA additionally welcomes new board members Mark Abdulla, Fontaine Bros.; Michael Kearnas, Shawmut Design & Construction; and Jackie Falla, Elaine Construction.
AGC MA is an 85-year old not-for-profit trade association, comprised of 200 CM/GC’s, subcontractors and service providers who perform a majority of the commercial, institutional, and public vertical building in the Commonwealth.
“We look forward to Fran’s new term as 2020 – 2022 AGC MA board chair. Fran comes to the position well-versed in all matters relating to AGC MA, especially with respect to his two years a vice chair, his years of service on the board, and his experience as an active member of the AGC MA Legislative and Chapter 149A Committees.”
“In addition, his experience as a board member and board chair of the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce provides Fran with additional insight into the leadership and management traits of a trade association,” said Robert L. Petrucelli, president and CEO, Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts.
“As the AGC MA board chairman, I am ready to work with the board, staff and members to address the extraordinary challenges we face in our industry. The association is committed to providing our members with the resources they need to thrive during this stressful time,” said Fran Colantonio, chairman and CEO of Colantonio Inc. “It is crucial that our members engage with us directly with ideas, questions, and concerns. We must ensure we are as helpful to them as we can be.”