Boston, MA, May 9, 2018 – Walsh Brothers is proud to announce that two of our projects have won CMAA Awards this year: the Landry Arena Renovation project at Fitchburg State University (Renovation/Modernization project under $20 million) and the NICU Expansion and Renovation project at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Renovation/Modernization project greater than $20 million). Congratulations to everyone who helped make these projects a success! For more information on the event please check out the following link:

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Members of the project team in attendance to receive the FSU Landry Arena Project Award included (pictured top / L-R): Tim Teabo (MDS/Miller Dyer Spears); Meghan Burke (MDS/Miller Dyer Spears); Ryan Tracy (Walsh Brothers); Kate Wonkka (MDS/Miller Dyer Spears), Brad Forrest (Walsh Brothers).

Members of the project team in attendance to receive the BWH NICU Project award included (pictured bottom / L-R): Paul Giella (Walsh Brothers); Joy Clark; Andrew Brumbach (SmithGroup); Deb Elliott (Partners / Brigham and Women’s Hospital); Brad Forrest (Walsh Brothers); Chuck Favazzo (Leggat McCall); Mark Mulholland (SmithGroup); Rud Ham (Walsh Brothers).

Kenneth White
Director of Business Development