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MBC 96th Annual Dinner and Hall of Fame Gala


Lively networking reception with entertainment prior to dinner

Boston – The 96th annual Massachusetts Building Congress (MBC) dinner featured three new inductees to its prestigious Hall of Fame: Northeastern University, Nitsch Engineering, and E. M. Duggan.


Nancy May accepts for Northeastern University’s MBC Hall of Fame award from from MBC president Rocco Derrigo.


(l-r) Len Monfredo and Vincent Petroni of E.M. Duggan receive the MBC Hall of Fame award from Rocco Derrigo.

The reception and dinner were held at the The Westin Boston Waterfront hotel in the Seaport District.

The MBC Hall of Fame was created to permanently recognize and honor the best in the industry for their innovation, consistent leadership, community responsibility, and client service.


(l-r) Accepting for Nitsch Engineering are John Schmid and Gary Pease.

Also at the gala were the announcements of the MBC 2016 Scholarship recipients. Stephanie Crepeau and Christopher Carey each received a check for $2,500. Both are attending Wentworth Institute of Technology.

MBC members include architects, engineers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, owners/clients, professional service providers, labor unions, and professional/trade associations within the design and construction industry.

All photos courtesy
Frank Monkewitcz
MBC Scholorship winner Stephanie Crepeau (Wentworth) with Diana Nicklaus of SAAM Architecture and MBC immediate past president Jim Kolb.

MBC Scholarship winner Stephanie Crepeau with Diana Nicklaus of saam architecture and MBC immediate past president Jim Kolb.


Christopher Carey accepts his scholarship check from Erik Kraemer, Aerotek,co-chair of MBC’s 20/30 club, and Jim Kolb.