BOND welcomes Bruce Brown as vice president, Southern New England, Civil & Utility

BOND welcomes Bruce Brown as vice president, Southern New England, Civil & Utility

BOSTON, MA – BOND, the Northeast’s premier building, civil, utility and energy construction firm, announces the hiring of Bruce Brown as vice president, Southern New England, Civil and Utility. He will oversee the operations of BOND’s C&U Division in Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and affiliated regions. He will focus on strengthening BOND’s services in oil and gas, electric transmission and distribution, power generation and civil infrastructure markets.

Brown will draw from over 34 years of construction and business management experience to drive sales and build client relationships throughout the region. With a focus on safety and quality, Brown is strongly suited for the position with a diverse energy project portfolio. His experience includes gas and electric plants, transmission lines, LNG/CNG delivery, utility plants, renewable energy farms and various industrial projects. He has worked with Eversource, Exelon, Avangrid, Piedmont Gas, UGI Energy Services, Holyoke Gas & Electric, Dominion and TransCanada.

“Bruce will play a key role in the success of BOND in the development of its Southern New England office,” said Thomas Baillie, BOND’s executive vice president, civil and utility. “He brings strong executive management and a results-proven track record building teams and exceeding client goals in the civil and utility construction markets. We are pleased to have him on board.”

Prior to joining BOND, Brown was chief operating officer of NG Advantage, where he oversaw gas plant operations, transportation, logistics and future expansion. Previously he was vice president and general manager for Cianbro Corporation for the oil, gas and chemical market. Brown is a graduate of the University of Connecticut (UConn) and a licensed Electrical Unlimited Contractor E1 in Connecticut and Massachusetts. He currently resides in Thomaston, CT.

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