Today - 2000

• 2016

RI Ribbon Cutting-300dpi-3299pxby2196px_404x190(1)BOND Expands to Rhode Island with Opening of New Providence Office


• 2015

salem_nightsky_406x234BOND begins work on the new Salem Harbor Energy  Center, a state-of-the-art 700 MW natural gas plant, providing efficient, low-emission power to more than 600,000 homes


• 2013

2013

BOND uses laser scanning technology as part of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Jimmy Fund Clinic expansion, saving six weeks in construction schedule and increasing pediatric cancer patient capacity by 40%

Bond promotes Anthony Bond to Vice President of Gas Transmission & Distribution Services; New Jersey office opens; BOND strengthens focus on existing Gas T&D and Electric T&D markets by announcing formal business units


• 2012

BOND initiates a new corporate strategy, focused on core markets

BOND formalizes a company-wide Risk Management Program


• 2010

BOND is selected by the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) to build Fitchburg State University’s Antonucci Science Complex, the college’s first new academic facility since 1963

 


• 2009

2009BOND institutes a Corporate QA/QC Plan utilizing the tablet-based BIM360 program

BOND establishes a Virtual Design & Construction services group; begins instituting Building Information Modeling and Laser Scanning Technology services

Connecticut office opens, increasing BOND’s geographic footprint to include all of the New England and Mid-Atlantic states


• 2008

BOND completes Harvard’s largest building project to date: Northwest Laboratories


• 2007

2007

Bond Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary


• 2006

BOND’s Civil & Utility division undertakes its largest project to date, the Middletown to Norwalk Transmission Line, a major electrical transmission & distribution project that included the construction of 19 miles of 345 kV underground electrical lines through five Connecticut communities

BOND completes Bentley University’s Dana Center, the first O&M Ready project


• 2005

BOND undertakes NSTAR’s 345kV Transmission Project to increase the reliability of the electric grid in greater Boston; the largest pipe project in the country of its kind to date



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