2022 Summer Co-ops & Interns
It is that time of year where we bid a sad adieu to our Summer Interns and Co-ops. This year’s class found their way to the construction profession through family members or exposure to the industry in school as children. They share a passion for sports and fitness, often credit their families for their success, and dream of acquiring new skills, especially in the arts. This summer’s group hailed from Bryant University, the University of New Hampshire, Virginia Tech, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. We wish each member of this ambitious and accomplished group continued success.
Ava Bisbee is a student at University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics where she is majoring in Business Administration with a focus in finance. Ava worked with Cranshaw’s estimating department.
Joseph Galluzzo is majoring in Construction Management at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Joe was in the field with the Waterstone Lexington team.
Stephany Medina is a co-op from Wentworth Institute of Technology majoring in architecture. Stephany assisted in the field with the Union Square team at 20-50 Prospect Street.
Cat Roden is a co-op from Wentworth Institute of Technology majoring in Construction Management with a concentration in facilities management. Cat worked in Cranshaw’s Virtual Design and Construction group.
Patrick Nesbit interned from Virginia Tech where he is majoring in Construction Engineering. Pat spent his time at Cranshaw in the field, first at 20-50 Prospect Street in Union Square in Somerville and then headed out to join the 99 Coolidge Avenue team in Watertown – attending Topping Offs at both projects!
Eve Wilson is majoring in project management at Bryant University and worked on the 99 Coolidge Avenue site for Cranshaw.