Celebrating Our Summer 2023 Co-ops and Interns
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Celebrating Our Summer 2023 Co-ops and Interns

As we head into the fall, Cranshaw Construction would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to our outstanding co-op and intern team members who have played an essential role in our projects and brought fresh perspectives to our company over this past summer. Their dedication, hard work and enthusiasm truly made a significant impact, and Cranshaw is grateful for their contributions.

Charles Gee – Hailing from the University of Rhode Island with a focus on Civil Engineering, Charlie has been an invaluable member of our Estimating Department. Charlie’s attention to detail and passion for precision have enriched our project planning processes. Charlie helped the “Sandlot Sluggers” softball team to a win in the annual National Development | Cranshaw Construction softball game this summer.

Eve Wilson – With a background in Team and Project Management from Bryant University, Eve returned to our team at 99 Coolidge in Watertown after co-op’ing with Cranshaw last summer. Eve’s organizational skills were instrumental in keeping the fast-paced 99 Team going strong. This summer, Eve was the lucky winner of some Red Sox tickets.

Rashad Kidd – Coming from Fitchburg State University with a major in Electronic Engineering, Rashad’s journey with us started at his school’s career fair in 2022. His curiosity and willingness to explore new career avenues brought excitement to our 3368 Washington Street team where he had the opportunity to experience the celebratory mid-point of a construction project, a Topping Off Ceremony.

Rose Currie – Studying for a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology where she earned the prestigious Wentworth President’s Award Scholarship, Rose made valuable contributions at two project sites: our Old Colony Phases 4/5 and 120 Washington Street teams. Her perspective helped bridge the gap between architecture and construction. Rose participated in OSHA 10 Training held as part of local outreach efforts at the Old Colony project.

As each student returns to their academic pursuits and move forward in their careers, Cranshaw wishes them the best in their future endeavors. Thanks to the students for incredible summer of collaboration, learning and growth!