BOSTON, MA: BOND Civil & Utility Construction, Inc. (BOND Civil & Utility), a premier civil, utility, energy, general contracting, and construction management firm, has consolidated its Northern New England and Southern New England business units into one. As a part of the consolidation, the company has bolstered its New England leadership team to ensure project teams are properly supported as BOND Civil & Utility continues its expansion and development in the New England market. BOND Civil & Utility is proud to announce the promotion of the following individuals to three brand new roles.
“BOND Civil & Utility has been on a steady trajectory of meaningful, strategic growth over the last 15 years, and especially in the last five,” said Kane Cuddy, President, BOND Civil & Utility. “To effectively continue developing our business across New England, we have shored up our leadership to streamline engagement with clients, consolidate our resources and allow business to flourish.”
Christopher Decker has been promoted to Sr. Vice President, New England. Decker has played many instrumental roles since joining BOND in 2007. As project manager, he led many successful projects for several academic infrastructure clients. In his previous role as Vice President of Civil Infrastructure, he successfully grew and expanded BOND Civil & Utility’s academic and public infrastructure portfolios, re-structuring operating units to be regionally focused while leading the company’s largest regional area in Northern New England. In this new role, Decker will be charged with providing direction, sustaining, and expanding the New England business unit.
Michael Moore has been promoted to Director of Field Operations, New England. Moore joined BOND in 2001 as a superintendent, building some of the company’s most complex projects. He was then promoted to general superintendent, where he successfully led BOND Civil & Utility’s gas T&D field operations, playing a pivotal role in making BOND known as a “Best in Class” gas contractor in the Northeast. In this new role, Moore will lead and oversee all field operations in New England.
Alan Watson has become Vice President – Project Management, New England. Watson has been in several critical roles since joining BOND in 2005. From 2006 to 2008, he led the company’s largest project in history, the Middletown to Norwalk project. He then went on to be one of the company’s leading professionals in the electric T&D market. With that knowledge of the electric market and experience leading teams, Watson became Vice President, Electric T&D. He has continued to grow the BOND Civil & Utility brand in the electric market over the last several years. In this new role, Watson will expand his leadership by providing guidance and direction to all project management teams in New England.