Dave Fontaine Jr., CEO of Fontaine Bros talks spoke with us about the new Doherty H.S. along with other projects in the Central MA area

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Fontaine Bros., Inc. recently doubled its office space in Worcester, increasing its footprint to more than 6,000 SF on East Worcester Street where the Company supports its many projects throughout the City and Eastern Massachusetts.  Dave Fontaine Jr. is CEO of Fontaine Bros, a 4th Generation family-owned Construction Management and General Contracting Firm and he spoke with us about the work happening at the new Doherty H.S. along with other projects in the Central MA area. 

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