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(Boston, MA) – BOND, a leading 108-year-old construction management and general contracting firm, announces the hire of former state Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Director of Design and Construction Michael Lambert as Project Executive.

In Michael’s previous role at DCAMM, he led the agency’s design and construction office, managing a portfolio of public work valued at more than $1 billion in the last several years alone. During his 26-year tenure, he delivered construction projects for the Massachusetts State University and Community College systems, and the University of Massachusetts. He also played a major role in planning and executing significant projects for the state’s courthouse, prison, and hospital systems.

Michael played a leadership role in transitioning DCAMM from a public low bid delivery model to a CM at Risk delivery model, spearheading the development of written guidelines and a roadmap for CM at Risk public procurement.

As a Project Executive at BOND, Michael will contribute expertise from his many years of public and academic sector planning and construction to support BOND’s long range growth in the academic market.

Lambert previously held the titles of Assistant Director in the Office of Design and Construction; Deputy Director in the Office of Facilities Management; and Project Manager in the Office of Project Management at DCAMM, and worked as Chief Engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Department of Environmental Management.

“With his extensive background at DCAMM, Mike brings additional experience in managing large academic projects to BOND,” said Robert Murray, BOND President.



About BOND 

Since 1907, BOND has managed some of New England’s most complex construction projects. BOND operates as a construction manager for academic and healthcare clients and a self-performing general contractor for the power and energy industry. BOND is well-known for delivering reliable, safe, and high-quality work. The Building Division has completed high-profile projects such as Harvard Business School’s Tata Hall, Boston University’s Center for Student Services, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham’s Cancer Center, and MIT’s famed Media Lab. The Civil & Utility Division has successfully completed the Hoosac Wind Project for Iberdrola Renewables, the West Roxbury-Newton Cooling Line for Northeast Utilities, and the Needham Regulator Station for Spectra Energy.