AGC MA Building Excellence Series: Joe Albanese of Commodore Builders

April 13, 2018 at 7:30am9:30am
Preti Flaherty

60 State Street
Suite 1100
Boston, MA

This is a members only program.

Registration & Continental Breakfast: 7:30 AM
Program: 8:15-9:30 AM
Fee: $55

Ken Rubinstein will moderate a discussion with Joe Albanese, Founder & CEO, Commodore Builders. Joe is a Registered Professional Engineer, with a BSCE from UMass Lowell and an MBA from Boston University. His career in construction has included positions with A.J. Martini, Macomber and Shawmut, founding Commodore in 2002. In 2007, Joe served in the Middle East leading the 22nd Naval Construction Regiment (fwd), he retired from the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps as a Captain in September 2009.

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