(Boston, MA) – BOND, a leading 107-year-old construction management firm, recently got back into the giving spirit this holiday season by hosting the firm’s 3rd annual Thanksgiving Food Drive, which included the participation of BOND’s entire Boston-based office, to benefit the Everett Food Pantry in Everett, Mass.
The Food Drive was held from October 14th to November 19th of this year, and featured a “Giving Tree” to collect non-perishable food items for the homeless, which were then donated to the Everett Food Pantry. The tree contained leaves which listed various food items that would be helpful to those in need. BOND employees then donated to the Food Pantry to assist those in need.
“With the holidays fast upon us, the time is more important than ever to give back to our local communities,” said Robert Murray, BOND President. “BOND is pleased and proud to make a difference in the lives of others and we thank our tireless employees for working so hard to provide for those in need.”
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 recently 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.