Retirement on the Horizon

Retirement

At our recent Arden Holiday Celebration, Bobby Bolton, President of Arden Building Companies honored Fred Colucci, Vice President of Rayco-Arden. This was Fred’s last Arden holiday celebration as he will be retiring in September of 2019. Fred joined Arden Building Companies through the acquisition of his company, Rayco Electrical Contractors of Providence, RI. After running….

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Arden Holiday Celebration

Arden Building Companies Holiday Party 2018

Arden Building Companies 2018 Holiday Celebration – Local employees from Corporate Mechanical of New England, Unique Metal Works, and Arden Engineering Constructors all enjoyed for a festive evening at Cafe Nuovo in Providence RI.   New members of the 2018 Arden Building Companies family and their managers – pictured above (L to R) Gordon Fletcher, CFO, Arden….

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Longtime Arden Employees Retire

Congratulations to Lee and Brian on their Retirement! Lee Martin has worked for Arden Building Companies his entire career starting in 1986 as an apprentice. For several years now, he has worked within the service division on small and special projects. At age 58, Lee has decided to retire to help take care of his three foster….

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Nine Precautions to Take to Keep Your Building Safe During a Flooding/Flash-Freezing Event

There’s an old saying that goes, “If you don’t like the weather now, just wait a few minutes.” If you’re from New England, you’re likely to accept this claim as truth. Who among us has left the house in the morning donning a winter coat, only to return in a t-shirt? Temperature fluctuations are nothing….

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Freeze Prevention Tips for Sub-Zero Temperatures

Winter Storm Grayson wreaked havoc on New England this week, dropping over a foot of snow in many communities and flooding coastal areas.  Now, as many of us are still shoveling out of our snowy cocoons, the temperatures are steadily, and quickly, dropping.  Tomorrow’s high isn’t expected to break single digits, while the low temperatures….

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