CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – The Boy Scouts of America, Boston Minuteman Council has selected Kleinfelder for its 2015 Corporate Citizen Award. Kleinfelder’s regional manager and vice president Joseph (Joe) Cormier, PE, will accept the award during the 32nd Annual Good Scout Luncheon, held on June 22, 2015, at the Charles Hotel in downtown Boston.
The Corporate Citizen Award honors a business that exemplifies the Scout Law through its practices and dealings with the community. Kleinfelder was chosen for its long-standing relationship with the organization and the innovative solutions it has provided the City of Cambridge and the greater Boston community.
Kleinfelder’s Cambridge, Massachusetts office – one of the company’s three global design centers – has led many high-profile and influential projects in the greater Boston region, including the award-winning, $100 million Alewife Stormwater Wetland sewer separation and stormwater management project, architectural renovation and engineering services for Harvard University’s Center for Government and International Studies, and the $15 million Fresh Pond Sewer Separation and Stormwater projects.
To attend the 32nd Annual Cambridge Good Scout Luncheon or learn more about the organization, please visit http://www.bsaboston.org
Kleinfelder has been connecting great people to the best work since 1961. We are engineers, scientists, and construction professionals providing solutions that improve our clients’ transportation, water, energy, and other private infrastructure. As an integrated, cross-disciplinary team of bright, curious, and innovative problem-solvers, we are dedicated to doing the right thing, every day, on every project from over 60 offices in the US, Canada and Australia.