Congratulations Peter Gomes on submitting the winning photo for December! Peter submitted this fantastic photo of Eddie Sylvester! This month Eddie “Santa Claus” Sylvester was at the MIT Ziggurat job site letting everyone know the importance of “Safety first — especially during the holidays!”. We can’t wait to see what great moments are captured at NER in 2020! Happy New Year from all of us at NER Construction!Read More about Peter Gomes Gets in the Holiday Spirit as December’s Photo Contest Winner
NER Construction proudly sponsored last week’s fundraiser to support Grady’s Gladiators at Searles Castle in Windham, NH. The event raised money to support research for a rare genetic disorder, Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), and bone marrow transplants at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Grady’s Gladiators was created in support of Grady Smith, who was diagnosed with ALD last August at the age of 7. ALD is a brain disorder that damages myelin, a barrier that helps protect the brain’s neurons. While there is no cure, the progression of Grady’s disease remains stable due to a bone marrow transplant and ongoing therapies. Proceeds from the event raised money for the Grady’s Gladiators team at the 2019 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk and to support research for ALD and bone marrow transplants at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. To read more about Grady Smith and Grady’s Gladiators, visit his Dana-Farber fundraising page.Read More about NER Supports Grady’s Gladiators’ Best Day Ever
May’s Winner in NER’s Company Photo Contest Each month NER Construction holds a company-wide photo contest. We would like to congratulate Edward Sylvester on submitting the winning photo for May! Edward sent in this wonderful photo of NER employee Nuno Tavares helping an elderly woman step off the curb at our 7 Whittier Place job site in Boston. Wearing his NER gear, Nuno shows how important public safety is to our company. Edward will receive a $50 gift card for Amazon. Stay tuned to see our winning entry for June!Read More about May’s Winner in NER’s Company Photo Contest
This past Thanksgiving, NER Construction held an office-wide food drive to benefit the Wilmington Community Fund’s food pantry. In an effort to help our community, NER was able to help many Wilmington families in need of support over the holidays. To read the letter of gratitude from the Wilmington Community Fund, click here. As we enter 2019, NER Construction is interested in partnering with more nonprofit organizations and charitable events. If you are an organization in the Greater Boston area, please reach out to us by contacting Michelle Katz at email@example.com.Read More about NER Gives Back to Wilmington
NER Construction wishes our client, the Boston Red Sox, all the best in the 2018 Word Series. NER has proudly helped with the restoration and improvements of America’s most beloved ballpark, Fenway Park, for many years. This year’s team has been remarkable to watch. Their spirit and camaraderie is a shining example of what true teamwork means. We can’t think of another team more worthy of this year’s Commissioner’s Trophy. From all of us at NER, Go Sox!Read More about Go Sox!
NER Construction is proud to have restored the historic bandstand in Marine Park in South Boston. NER worked to repair cracks in the mortar between the Bandstand’s bricks and to renew the exterior which has been exposed to the weather for over 80 years. The restored bandstand is set to be dedicated to and named for Harry Uhlman, a South Boston community activist who works with the South Boston Special Needs and Young Adults program. NER team members involved in the repointing and restoration of the bandstand are Roy Reis and Kyle Pinheir with Superintendent Tony Pereira and Project Manager Chris Saccone. To read the full article featured on South Boston Online, click here. NER Construction Management, Inc. has specialized in masonry restoration and waterproofing for over 35 years. To see some of our projects and to find out more about what we do, please visit our projects page.Read More about NER Construction Restores Historic South Boston Bandstand