FOXBORO— On April 27th, over 200 Dellbrook|JKS employees filled Gillette Stadium’s Optum Field Lounge for the New England Construction Management Firm’s Annual Company Meeting.
Throughout the evening, Dellbrook|JKS honored work anniversaries for individuals who are celebrating 5 and 10 years with the company. Additionally, Dellbrook|JKS Carpenter of 20 years, Arthur Cunningham, and Project Administrator of 30 years, Trish Ross, were specially recognized for these unique milestones.
An unprecedented occurrence, the EAF Award was received by two individuals this year, Senior Superintendents Moses Cordeiro and Al Nassar. This significant distinction, named after Edward A. Fish, father of CEO Mike Fish, acknowledges a staff member who exudes perfect alignment with company values and has proved tremendous loyalty to Dellbrook|JKS.
In accordance with tradition, two accolades for project teams at Dellbrook|JKS, Large and Small Projects of the Year, were decided during a live company-wide vote. The categories, grouped by revenue volume, each contained four projects finished in 2022. Addison, the TKG Building, 200 Exchange, and Mosaic were featured in the large category, and American Optical, the Dexter Southfield Dining Expansion, JML Care Center, and St. Luke’s Emergency Department made up the small category.
The Project of the Year award was received by the Addison Project Team in the large category, and St. Luke’s Emergency Department Renovations in the small.
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