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Gaston Electrical works tirelessly to ensure a safe work environment for clients and employees on all jobsites. During the week of May 8th – 12th, the Gaston Team is participating in OSHA’s 2017 National Safety Stand Down. Rick Coakley, Corporate Safety Director is visiting Gaston jobsites during the week and will be conducting a stand down training on fall prevention. Below are photos of our Teams from various projects around the Greater Boston area.
May 8th – Harvard – Standish Hall / Cambridge, MA / Lee Kennedy
May 9th – AMGEN / Cambridge, MA / Suffolk Construction
May 10th – BU – Myles Standish Hall / Boston, MA / Shawmut Design & Construction
May 11th – BU – Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre Complex / Boston, MA / Bond
May 12th – Wayfair Copley Place / Boston, MA / Columbia Construction
What a fantastic week – we successfully participated in the OSHA 2017 National Safety Stand Down. The informative fall prevention training led by Corporate Safety Director Rick Coakley will help to ensure safer work environments for our team and project partners! Looking forward to 2018.
High Profile Magazine recently featured the news of Brian Jasinski’s addition to the Gaston Electrical Team.
From the feature: “Our goal at Gaston Electrical is to consistently provide best-in-class services and solutions to our clients – which we achieve by working hard and having the best team in place,” commented Mike Weber, Principal of Gaston Electrical. “Brian is a knowledgeable industry veteran with a keen understanding for all facets of the electrical contracting business. His skillset gives him a unique ability to oversee our complex, large-scale projects while working to forge new relationships in the active Boston construction scene. His addition is a great complement to our talented team, and we are thrilled to have him aboard.”
Read more here.
Gaston Electrical’s large-scale technology infrastructure project for UMass Memorial Health Care was recently featured in AGC’s Constructor Magazine. This exciting project involves multiple locations around central Massachusetts. Learn more about the project here.
On Friday, September 30th – The Gaston Electrical Team came together to accept the #22Kill Pushup Challenge to honor, and raise awareness for the 22 Veterans who commit suicide every day. Thanks to all who participated. You can check out our video here.
Riders from Gaston Electrical recently completed the 2016 Pan-Mass Challenge. This was a great event which raised important funding for the Dana Faber Cancer Institute. Gaston Principal Mike Weber and his sister Cheryl were also featured in the Boston Business Journal “Out of the Office” section. Way to go Team!