Andrew Bosco Named Project Executive
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Andrew Bosco in a button up light-colored shirt standing in front of a window, Photograph by Frank Monkewicz

Andrew Bosco Named Project Executive

Cranshaw Construction promoted eleven staff to new positions in January 2022, including Andrew Bosco who was named Cranshaw’s newest Project Executive. Andrew is leading the construction efforts on the first phase of Northland Investment Corporation’s mixed-use development in Newton, Massachusetts. The first sequence includes new site work infrastructure, 10 acres of below-grade parking garages, five residential buildings and retail space. The development adds 800 apartments, and when completed, will be one of the largest Passive House residential communities in the United States.

Andrew joined Cranshaw in 2013 as a Project Manager and rose to a Senior Project Manager role in 2019. He has worked on several of Cranshaw’s premier projects, including Assembly Row Block 8, also known as Miscela, a 24-story mixed-use retail and residential building. For The Brynx in Jamaica Plain, Andrew’s team renovated and added to a 100-year-old building transforming it into 110 market-rate and affordable apartments while also constructing a 39-unit apartment building on site. Andrew worked on Sepia, an eight-story, 77-unit condominium complex that is part of the Ink Block development, a large-scale mixed-use project on the former site of the Boston Herald building in Boston. In his time at Cranshaw, Andrew has completed multiple complex projects using varying construction types, including podium, wood frame, and steel structures with both slab-on-deck and hollow core plank. He has worked on complex exteriors using architectural precast and interiors with high-end finishes.

In promoting him, Cranshaw’s four-person Executive Committee leadership team noted, “Andrew has demonstrated a track record of success delivering large, complex, mixed-use projects. Andrew has consistently represented Cranshaw’s spirit of integrity through his attention to planning and executing projects with excellence.”

Prior to joining Cranshaw, Andrew managed public construction projects, including several Massachusetts high schools, United States military facilities, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Land Points of Entry (LPOE).

Andrew is a graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT). He holds a certification with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) as a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP).

Congratulations to Andrew and all of the recently promoted staff.