BOSTON, MA – BOND Civil & Utility Construction, Inc. (BOND C&U), a premier civil, utility, energy, general contracting, and construction management firm, announced three internal leadership changes with the promotions of Michael (Mike) Moore to Vice President, Field Operations – New England, Aaron Govoni to Director of Client Strategy, and Christopher (Chris) McCarthy to Director of Safety. All three executives have worked at BOND for a combined 45+ years and bring unmatched institutional and industry knowledge to support BOND C&U’s growth priorities while upholding a commitment to safety, quality, and customization across institutions, major utilities, and power & energy clients.
“Mike, Aaron, and Chris bring the best of the industry to their roles at BOND, and we can’t think of any three people more deserving to hold these positions,” said Kane Cuddy, President of BOND Civil & Utility. “Under their leadership, BOND Civil & Utility will continue to prosper and grow as a company, focused on our people and producing top notch work for our clients.”
BOND C&U has been steadily growing over the years, both in size and business. Recently, its book of business has grown to include the awarding of contract with Norwegian company, Equinor, as part of their Empire Wind 1 project, where they will work with GE Grid Solutions to construct an onshore substation capturing and converting offshore wind energy. Elsewhere in the northeast, BOND C&U has been contracted by the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) to deliver one of New England’s first pantograph electric bus charging stations, a project that will transform an urban site to a state-of-the-art automated charging facility for RIPTA’s new fleet of electric buses.
About Michael Moore
As Vice President, Field Operations – New England, Mike will now oversee BOND C&U’s New England Garage & Warehouse operation as well as continue to lead field operations in New England, bringing increased synergies between BOND C&U’s field operations and equipment and fleet management operation. Mike will also bring a focused voice for the field within the BOND C&U Sr. Leadership team.
Mike’s extensive experience and education have played an integral part in BOND C&U’s growth. Since joining BOND in 2001 as a superintendent, he has built some of the company’s most complex projects before being promoted to general superintendent, where he successfully led BOND C&U’s Gas Transmission & Distribution field operations, playing a pivotal role in making BOND known as a “Best in Class” gas contractor in the Northeast.
About Aaron Govoni
As Director of Client Strategy, Aaron will lead a team focused on maintaining and growing existing client relationships. Aaron will also be working the Business Unit Leaders to create a calculated plan to develop key client and partner relationships that will allow BOND C&U to grow in new and developing markets within their LRSP FY26 vision. Formerly serving as Client Executive, Power & Energy, Aaron brought his robust background in project management of complex utility facilities to lead cross-functional teams in the development of projects from early concept through construction and commissioning. His strong work ethic and keen attention to detail will continue to serve him well as he transitions into his new leadership role.
About Chris McCarthy
As the Director of Safety for BOND C&U, Chris will be responsible for developing, implementing, and managing all of BOND C&U’s safety programs, policies, and procedures after previously leading and overseeing the BOND C&U safety team for the past two years. Chris has over 17 years of construction safety experience and is a certified utility safety professional (CUSP) and construction health & safety technician (CHST). He is also a member of Utility Safety & Ops Leadership Network (USOLN).
Chris’ wide range of knowledge and expertise assists him in managing multiple large scale civil & utility projects. Chris has also been a leader of safety within the industry, often being asked to speak about BOND and safety best practices at client events. He continues to be innovative, looking at new ways to improve excellence within BOND C&U’s safety department.
About BOND Civil & Utility Construction:
For 115 years, BOND has managed many of the Northeast’s most complex construction projects. Subsidiary BOND Civil & Utility Construction, Inc. (BOND Civil & Utility) operates as a self-performing general contractor and construction management company for the civil, utility, power, and energy industries. BOND Civil & Utility is well-known for delivering reliable, safe, and high-quality work. High-profile clients include National Grid, Con Edison, Massport, MBTA, Eversource, Enbridge, Avangrid and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. For more information, visit us at bond-civilutility.com, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, or call 617.387.3400.
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