Celebrating the holiday season and a successful year, a festive time was had by Curtis Construction employees and their families as they watched an exciting, fast-paced game and enjoyed good food, drink and company.
“Curtis Construction is successful because of our tightknit team. Having our holiday party at the Celtics game provided an opportunity to celebrate the holidays with our team and thank them for the role they played in the success Curtis achieved this year,” said John Curtis, President of Curtis Constriction.
2017 was a busy year for Curtis Construction, our success drove promotions and new hires. Phil Fantoni’s promotion to Project Manager earlier this year should ensure no coal in the stocking for him; and new hires, project superintendents James Rosebach and Rich Meehan, definitely made the nice list this year. Wrapping up the Fuller Village Fitness Center and First Parish of Westwood’s historic Meeting House expansions earlier in the year, the groundbreakings of 47 Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, Dudley Square’s Archer Bonell, and Montello Welcome Home II in Brockton, have the Curtis team dashing into 2018.
As Curtis Construction enters 2018 and its twentieth-year, we look forward to continuing to be the contractor of choice for our existing clients and introducing our expertise to new ones. We wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season, and a healthy and prosperous 2018.