Curtis Celebrates 20-years in business
Torrential downpours couldn’t dampen the Curtis Construction Company’s 20th Anniversary celebration, held at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton, MA on Thursday, June 28th.
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Close to one hundred family, friends, clients and business associates joined John Curtis and his team for food, drink, music and good company under a large tent while the rain came down outside. The cornhole game was put on the dance floor and everyone stayed nice and dry as hor d’oeuvres by Alden Park were passed and guests enjoyed the ICC’s Sophia and Roisin’s specialty drink, the Zova. Guests were treated to Gerry Beaudoin’s smooth jazz guitar as they mingled and met new people.
John was joined by his wife Tina, daughters Caroline and Gwen, and son Teddy. Of course John’s brothers Alan, Paul and Dave were there to help their brother celebrate 20-years of providing clients with best in class construction management service.
Industry partners and current and past clients came out in the rain to help Curtis Construction Celebrate; Vito Rubini and three of his team represented Glynn Electric; Bob Flack, developer of the 47 Bishop Allen Drive project braved the traffic from Cambridge to join the celebration, also fighting the traffic from Cambridge was John Moran and Steven Leonard of Cambridge Savings Bank, just to name a few. The tent was packed with family, friends and business associates eating, drinking, meeting new people and of course, playing cornhole.
Curtis Construction looks forward to the next 20-years and the continued success of our current and future partnerships.