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Joel McCarthy Named Vice President of Operations

As part of Cranshaw Construction’s strategic growth plan, the firm identified the need for a Vice President of Operations to provide managerial oversight across the firm’s portfolio which includes multi-family residential, commercial office/tenant fit up, mixed-use developments and life sciences facilities. Joel McCarthy was promoted to

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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

2022 winter/spring co-ops interns from Wentworth and Endicott. Headshots and logos of colleges.

2022 Winter/Spring Co-op & Intern

Hello, Goodbye! We want to thank Jack Leahy from Endicott College who recently wrapped up his winter internship with Cranshaw as an Assistant Superintendent. We also welcome Conor Lynch who is a Co-op from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Conor is working on the Union Square project

Riane Ragno, Diversity and Work Force Coordinator

Cranshaw Construction is pleased to announce that Riane Ragno has been named the firm’s Diversity and Work Force Coordinator. In her new role, Riane will lead Cranshaw’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiative and workforce compliance program. She is responsible for developing new strategies that