In addition to being the President of City Point Partners, Colleen Moore is now President of the Massachusetts chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)! During a transition ceremony at District Hall in Seaport, South Boston, on June 21st, Colleen assumed the presidency in front of over 100 ACEC Massachusetts members.
We are happy to announce the promotion of four individuals to senior positions to help lead the firm through our continued growth and expansion in the marketplace.
Members of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee in addition to senior members of our leadership visited Cristo Rey Boston High School in Dorchester to tour the school and meet some of their dynamic students, faculty and staff. The school prepares high school students to succeed in college and their career by aiming to close the opportunity gap for college-bound students from under-resourced families.
City Point Partners is happy to announce that Kim Treacy and Derek Bellucci have been promoted to Project Manager and Chief Resident Engineer, respectively, in the OPM group, and Meg Langley has been promoted to Project Manager in the Public Outreach group. Having joined the firm 4 years ago, Kim serves clients with integrity and responsiveness.
Congratulations to the University of Massachusetts Amherst on the completion of their Fine Arts Center Bridge Renovation.
BOSTON – June 2021City Point Partners is pleased to announce that we have been selected by MassDevelopment as the Owner’s Project Manager for the new Public Safety Building in Devens,...
City Point Partners is proud to be based in the City of Boston and for the first time in our history, we have become certified by the City as a Woman Business Enterprise in the areas of cost estimating, scheduling, public outreach and inspection services. We are delighted to have this opportunity to partner with the City on many future construction projects.
City Point Partners LLC is a proud supporter of Chromebooks for Kids. With so much uncertainty centered around the 2020-2021 school year, we felt that it was important for us to make a donation to help teachers and students connect. Follow the link above to join us!
As the demand for food during the COVID-19 crisis continues to rise, The Greater Boston Food Bank ensures that healthy food continues to be distributed to those in need.