Charter was featured in the Associated General Contractor (AGC) of Massachusetts monthly newsletter, AGC Buzz, for winning three national AGC awards over the past two years. AGC Buzz highlights industry related news and showcases its members’ accomplishments.
This year we were awarded the AGC Build America Award in the Environmental Enhancement category for Phase IV – Remedy Implementation at the Former Gloucester Gas Light Company Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) Facility executed in Gloucester, MA. Last year, we submitted and won awards for two projects, Muddy River Flood Risk and Restoration and Sutton Brook Disposal Area Superfund Site for the work we completed in calendar year 2016. These prestigious awards consist of 13 categories that are awarded by industry peers.
“Charter is honored to have been selected for three AGC Build America National Awards over the last two years. Being chosen by our peers is a true accomplishment for our Firm,” said Bob Delhome, President of Charter Contracting. “I am extremely proud of the work these teams delivered through each project performance. Our project teams truly exemplify Charter’s mission to deliver high-quality final products with a focus on safety that rely on both proven processes and innovative approaches. These awards are a testament to hard work, collaboration, and partnership amongst our employees and most importantly, with our clients.”
You can read the full feature here: AGC MA Buzz April 2018Back to all