BOND Expands Staff

October 2013, Vol. 68 No. 10

BOND, a construction management and general contracting firm, has announced several key hires at its Connecticut and New Jersey offices as part of the company’s long-term expansion plans.

Richard Negro has been named Project Manager at BOND’s New Haven, CT, office. A 27-year veteran of the construction industry with extensive expertise in bridge rehabilitation, railroad work and roadwork, Negro previously served as a project executive for Manafort Brothers Inc. in Plainville, CT.

Jeremy Andruskiewicz joins BOND as Superintendent at the firm’s New Haven office. Jeremy previously spent more than 10 years as a project superintendent for Manafort Brothers.

Matt Tremblay has been named Assistant Superintendent at BOND’s New Haven office and will be responsible for working on the firm’s project sites, coordinating subcontractor teams and site logistics, and managing construction schedules and site safety. He previously worked with the firm as a co-op in the summer of 2012 and now joins BOND on a full-time basis after graduating from the University of Connecticut.

Kyle Gillow has joined BOND’s Newark, NJ, office as Assistant Superintendent. Gillow has worked in the gas industry for the past eight years – most recently as lead inspector for numerous mainline, station rehab, and hydro testing projects for Columbia Gas/Gulf Interstate. 860.349.8880, bondbrothers.com