Worcester, MA – On Aug. 27, Bowdoin Construction celebrated the opening of its new regional office in Worcester with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Coordinated with the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, it was a private event for staff and state and local officials. Speakers included State Senator Michael Moore; Worcester Mayor, Joseph Petty; and chamber president and CEO, Tim Murray, along with Bowdoin executives.
The new office allows Bowdoin to reinforce its commitment to best in class service for its growing client base in Worcester and throughout the Central Mass. region, according to its recent announcement.
Bowdoin’s office headquarters remains in Needham Heights.