To Those Who Care Awards
On July 21st, as a sponsor and member of the Board of Governors, Karl had the honor of helping to choose the recipients of the WLBZ2 To Those Who Care Awards at the Channel2 offices in Bangor. The qualifications and incredible volunteerism and years of service that these nominees present is awe-inspiring. Very difficult choice and the votes were close. Stay tuned in November for the broadcast from Nickerson & O'Day-built Gracie Theatre at Husson University. Who knows, maybe you know one of the winners!
Downeast Community Hospital Emergency Department Groundbreaking
On July 20th, Karl was proud to help direct a wonderful groundbreaking ceremony for the new $4M Downeast Community Hospital Emergency Department project that will be constructed his my company, Nickerson & O'Day, Inc beginning next month. This important work will double the size of the current ED, will create nearly 150 construction jobs and spinoff over $25M in economic activity...all right here in Maine. Thank you to DECH for choosing a Maine company for this work!
Recognizing Mary Greaney
Presque Isle Community Center Project
July 8th: Nickerson & O'Day continues toward an on-time, on-budget completion of our 12-month-long, $8M Presque Isle Community Center project! Job looks great and kudos to NOD PM Tim Porter and Superintendent Tony Tinto and our ALL-MAINE team of subcontractors, many of them from The County! This effort provided over 100 construction jobs and infused over $50M of economic activity into the Maine economy! Ribbon-cutting planned for later this summer!!
Students of Maine Maritime Academy at Great Hall of Flags
On March 23rd, the statehouse welcomed the staff and students of Maine Maritime Academy to the Great Hall of Flags where Our Governor, Paul LePage, reaffirmed his support for this amazing institution. Karl felt proud when President Brennan mentioned the recent Nickerson & O'Day-completed, $7M ABS Science and Research Center! We are so fortunate to have MMA here in In our Great State of Maine!
Presque Isle Community Center
On March 14th, Karl ventured North to Northern Aroostook County to check in on two of our larger Nickerson & O'Day projects: the beautiful $9M Presque Isle Community Center project and the nearby $2M Micmac Community Center project, both in Presque Isle. Both projects are moving along nicely with nearly all local subcontractors. Superintendents Tony Tinto and Leroy Bryant are doing outstanding work! C'mon Spring!
Good Samaritan replaces last of family’s stolen tools
Dedham School Gifted New Scoreboard
Dedham School Scoreboard
100k Raised For Hope House Through Fundraiser
As the builder of the Hope House Health and Living Center and Silver Sponsor of the Home for the Holidays Benefit Dinner and Auction we were super excited to see the community of Bangor support this great organization last night.
This past Friday, at its Annual Meeting in Augusta, Karl was honored to be voted onto the Cross Insurance Workers Comp Construction Services Group Trust Board for my 4th, 3-year term. Happy to say the group is performing well and just returned significant premium refunds to our 30 members. Read more ...
This year, Nickerson & O'Day is once again proud to sponsor the WLBZ2 To Those Who Care Awards! If you know an outstanding volunteer in your community, please nominate them! And also, please be sure to watch the program in early November, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day!Read more ...
Last Friday, Karl was honored to be asked to appear in his role as President & CEO of Nickerson & O'Day before several groups of Bucksport High School students as part of their annual Career Day. This day is devoted to professionals from the engineering, medical, law enforcement, nursing, public safety, automotive, wood-based, healthcare and many other industries who visit and help give the Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors some insight into possible career choices. Many thanks to Jen Skala and the staff and administration there for extending the invitation! Karl looks forward to coming back for future interactions!Read more ...