Boston, MA, JUNE 21, 2018 — Richard Walsh, President and Chief Executive Officer of Walsh Brothers, Incorporated was invited to join a panel hosted by the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts, Inc. (ASM) to introduce a new collaboration model designed to achieve Boston Resident Jobs Policy (BRJP) compliance goals. The BRJP monitors the compliance of developers and contractors on private and public development projects in the City of Boston. Other members of the panel included:

  • Linda Shaughnessy, Equal Employment Opportunity and Compliance Officer, Walsh Brothers
  • Paul E. Dietel, Director of Capital Programs, Harvard Business School,
  • Nicole Richer, Founder, The Compliance Mentor Group – Diversity Consultant
  • Emily Leopold, Director of Career Services & Industry Partnerships, Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
  • Vincent Fanuele, Carpentry Instructor, Madison Park Technical Vocational High School

With a formal presentation and audience discussion, the panel demonstrated how a construction project team including the Owner, Construction Manager, Subcontractors, local schools and a diversity facilitator can achieve a comprehensive, professional and accountable workforce diversity and compliance solution. Topics covered included:

  • How to meet compliance efforts when there are labor shortages in many construction trade crafts
  • Dealing with the impact of the aging workforce and the impact on the industry’s economic prosperity
  • Launching a mentoring program with local trade schools to capture emerging young talent

Walsh Brothers, Incorporated, founded in 1901 and based in Boston, is a leading construction management firm well known for its work on complex, high-quality and sensitive building projects in a wide range of industries and specialties. For further information go to or

Kenneth White
Director of Business Development