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Nina Radzim and Gaston Team Members Participate In STEM Webinar For Blackstone Valley Educational Foundation

On October 8th, Team Members from Gaston Electrical joined Consigli Construction to participate in the Blackstone Valley Educational Foundation STEM Webinar Series.

The series was developed to introduce middle school students to the many exciting career paths and opportunities that exist in STEM fields – including construction.

HR Director Nina Radzim spearheaded Gaston’s involvement and coordinated an overview of the subcontractor role which included Estimator Selene Burke, BIM Manager David Fiorini, and Prefabrication Shop Manager DJ Murray.

Each Team Member took time to explain their respective roles within the company, their responsibilities relating to projects, and their backgrounds. Students then asked questions via the webinar chat function. Of particular interest was the use of BIM in construction coordination, and the important role of women and minorities in the industry.

To learn more about the Blackstone Valley Educational Foundation, please visit https://bveducationfoundation.org/

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#HelpForHouston – Gaston to run Diapers & Wipes Drive for the people of Houston

On Wednesday, August 30th and Thursday, August 31st (from 12pm-1pm), Gaston Electrical will be running a Diapers & Wipes Drive in support of the City of Boston’s #HelpForHouston effort. We’re accepting unopened packages of baby diapers and/or baby wipes at our Norwood Office – 85 Morse Street. Thanks!

 

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All donations will be delivered to the City of Boston.

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Gaston Electrical provides construction insight for BC Carroll School student project

In Spring of 2017, Gaston Principals Bill and Mike Weber had the pleasure of visiting with current Boston College Carroll School of Management students to provide construction insight relating to their semester project. The students were tasked with the development of a plan to restore the long-closed Everett Square Theatre in Boston’s Hyde Park Neighborhood. Bill and Mike provided met with the students and discussed real-world examples of similar large-scale theater renovations. The info they shared helped the students to present a realistic proposal to their professor, and to building ownership.

To learn more about the class and project, click on the links below.

Boston Globe – 1/27/2017
Boston College students look to revitalize historic Hyde Park Theater

BC Carroll School Newsletter / Carroll Collection – 6/30/2017
“A Great Hope”: Students Offer Plan to Revive Historic Theater

 

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Team Gaston completes the Pan-Mass Challenge

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!

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