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BOND Announces New Hires

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BOND, a leading 106-year-old construction management  and general contracting firm and an AGC member in Connecticut and Massachusetts, is thrilled to announce 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, Conn. office. A 27-year veteran of the construction industry with extensive expertise in bridge rehabilitation, railroad work, and roadwork, Richard previously served as a project executive for Manafort Brothers Incorporated in Plainville, Conn.  Prior to that, Richard worked as an assistant construction manager/superintendent for Mass Electric Construction Company in Old Saybrook, Conn.  A Plainville resident, Richard is married and has a daughter currently attending Quinnipiac University.

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 Inc. in Plainville, Conn. where he was responsible for supervising concrete, site-work, paving, and utility crews; scheduling, managing, and inspecting subcontractors’ work; compiling and processing submittals, requests-for-information (RFIs), and schedules; and participating in the oversight of projects through buy-out, procurement, and closeout.  He lives in Yantic, Conn. with his wife and two young children.

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. Matt 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, N.J. office as assistant superintendent. Kyle 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. While there, Kyle also managed project costs and material orders and worked with county and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) officials for inspection and maintenance of Right of Way (ROW) and pipeline facilities. Previously, Kyle worked as a construction supervisor for XTO Energy, where he oversaw contractors and subcontractors in The Barnett Shale. Kyle hails from Bethlehem, Penn. where his two kids live as well.

"As our firm expands into its fifth generation and beyond, we continue to hire the best and brightest talent to keep us at the forefront of the construction industry," said Anthony Bond, director of BOND’s Connecticut and New Jersey offices.  "The expertise these individuals bring to the table encompass many different sectors and are paramount to how we will keep surpassing our clients’ expectations." 

About BOND 
Since 1907 BOND has been involved in some of the region’s most complex vertical and horizontal construction projects. With two distinct groups, operating as construction managers for academic and healthcare clients, and self-performing general contractors for the power and energy industry, BOND is well known for delivering reliable, safe, and high quality work. The Building Division has completed high profile projects such as Harvard University’s Northwest Science Labs and MIT’s famed Media Lab in Cambridge, and the AstraZeneca Hope Lodge for the American Cancer Society in Boston; while the Civil & Utility Division has successfully completed two of the largest regional underground high-voltage electrical transmission line projects in New England’s history. For more information please visit

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