Engelberth Construction

Engelberth Construction

Engelberth Construction

Mar 7, 7:26 PM

There are new guests on Engelberths jobsite at the University of Vermont First Year Residence Hall & Dining Facility project. For the second weekend in a row, Engelberth has helped UVM set up inflatable Minions on the edge of our jobsite. UVM is using them to advertise their WE Wellness Environment program. The Universitys website says this about WE: An incentive based program focused on health promotion, illness prevention and behavioral change. In 2017-2018, first-year WE students will have the opportunity to live in UVMs new, air-conditioned residence hall located on central campus and connected to the library. In this setting, WE students will enjoy incredible fitness, yoga, and dining hall facilities to mirror WEs four pillars of wellness. These larger-than-life animated movie characters, standing about 10 feet tall, are hard to miss! The three inflatable Minions served as an excellent landmark so prospective students touring campus could find their future dorm. Engelberth will complete the dorms this summer.

Feb 10, 2:21 PM

Kudos again to Wendy Hitchcock and the American Red Cross for another successful blood drive at our main office in Colchester. We collected 24 units of much needed blood. We are always grateful when our field guys participate when they can. Pictured is our Foreman Steve Gates with our Project Assistant Marie Moisis waiting for her turn.

Feb 9, 2:29 PM

We would like to wish Field Superintendent, Rick Kaminski, a wonderful and happy retirement. Rick started with Engelberth over 8.5 years ago, and has been a huge contributor to our continued working relationships with Kendal at Hanover Continuing Care Retirement Community and the Manchester Boston Regional Airport. Well respected by his crew, fellow workers, subcontractors and clients, Rick will be greatly missed. He is an avid hunter, fisherman and overall outdoorsman and is looking forward to enjoying these activities even more in the coming years. Thank you for your outstanding service and best wishes for a wonderful retirement Rick!

Feb 3, 8:43 PM

Frank Clark has earned the designation of CCIFP (Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional). It is the only standard that recognizes a financial professional truly knows the business of construction. To achieve this certification required hours of study and passing a multi-part examination. Join us in congratulating Frank in this accomplishment. Well done Frank!