Charter Recognized By its Peers with a National AGC Build America Award

Today we are proud to announce that we have received, for the second year in a row, a National Construction Risk Partners Build America Award from the Association of General Contractors, which “honors members who build the nation’s most impressive construction projects”. This prestigious award is judged by industry peers with a distinct understanding of the complexities of projects submitted for evaluation.

AGC hands out awards in 13 categories. Charter was awarded the top prize in the Environmental Enhancement category for its Phase IV – Remedy Implementation at the Former Gloucester Gas Light Company Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) Facility executed in Gloucester, MA. This project, performed in the oldest, active Seaport in the United States, demonstrates Charter’s ability to partner with its clients to provide solutions that positively impact the environment for the benefit of the local community, visitors, residents, and surrounding businesses.

“The Gloucester MGP remediation project has been recognized by the industry as one of the most challenging and complex projects of its kind implemented over the past 20 years,” said Bob Delhome, President of Charter. He added, “It is meaningful to be recognized by our peers for successfully completing and delivering this challenging project. This successful outcome would not have been possible without the stewardship of the project’s responsible and committed owner, National Grid, and the support and expertise of the engineering partners, GZA GeoEnvironmental and Anchor QEA.”

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Charter Recognized By its Peers with a National AGC Build America Award