1999 - 1907

• 1990s

BOND plays a major role in the Central/Artery Tunnel Project, relocating utilities in downtown Boston

The company performs a variety of projects related to Logan Airport Modernization, including expansion of the MBTA and the construction of three major power plants

• 1988

1988BOND delivers two landmark structures in downtown Boston: the Hynes Convention Center & 500 Boylston Street

BOND forms a highly effective construction management group that starts to service the higher education market

• 1986

Current BOND President, Robert Murray, joins the company as an Assistant Estimator

• 1984

198425-year-old Ed Bond Jr. takes the reins of the firm from his father

• 1970s

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is established & BOND formalizes a new safety program

• 1960s

1960Client base has expanded to include American Airlines, Algonquin Gas, MIT, Beth Israel Hospital, Polaroid, Harvard University, Tufts University, and Wentworth Institute of Technology

• 1959

Bond installs 1,100 feet of 8 1/2 inch gas pipeline across the Merrimack River at Amesbury and Newburyport, Massachusetts

• 1957

Bond moves to its current office space at 145 Spring Street in Everett, Massachusetts

• 1940s

BOND expands its civil & utility offerings by installing natural gas lines

Ed Bond, Sr. takes the reins and adds clients like H.K. Porter, New England Telephone, Mass Electric, DuPont, Massport and the MBTA to BOND’s roster

• 1931

BOND establishes relationships with other local clients, including Whidden Hospital, Everett’s Parlin School, and General Electric

• 1912

Thomas’ son, Anthony, becomes President of the company, leading it through WWI, the Great Depression, and WWII

BOND signs the first of many contracts with Boston Edison (now Eversource); servicing its first client in the electric utility market

• 1907

BOND’s first job constructing sidewalks in Everett, MA

Thomas J. Bond’s mother loans him $500 to start construction business