Tony has more than 25 years’ experience building complex projects throughout Greater Boston. With a passion for excellence and an advocate for giving back to his clients and projects in the communities he serves, Tony has established many solid relationships. Working in partnership with Mike Walsh, he is an integral member of BOND’s healthcare leadership team, where he oversees the operational efficiency of the healthcare group utilizing a collaborative Lean philosophy.
Prior to joining BOND, Tony was Vice President of Construction for Mill Creek Residential Trust, LLC, as well as Vice President of Healthcare for Suffolk Construction and Senior Project Manager at William A. Berry & Son, Inc. He has worked on many high-profile projects for clients such as Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Baystate Medical Center, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Joslin Diabetes Center, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and the Elliot Health System.
Tony is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology and studied architecture at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He also attended the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and served in the Massachusetts National Guard, Army Corps of Engineers. He is a member of the Associated General Contractors (AGC), American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), Boston Society of Architects and American Woodworkers Institute.
Growing up in Medford, Tony was always building things, from Legos and forts to go-carts and tree houses. Today he is passionate about building in a way that makes a positive impact to the greater community. His spontaneous acts of kindness are well-known by his peers, such as building a handicapped accessible home for the Bella Tucker Fund and fundraising for Veterans and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). In addition to his charitable volunteerism, Tony likes to camp, run Spartans, bike with his family, and spend quality time outdoors. His favorite quote from Harry S. Truman is: “It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you don’t care who gets the credit.”