Nickerson & O'Day, Inc.

Nickerson & O'Day, Inc. has been selected to receive two Statewide Historic Preservation Honor Awards from Maine Preservation for the third consecutive year. Hammond Street Congregational Church Steeple is receiving the award for Excellence in Restoration while Maine Hall is receiving an award for Excellence in Adaptive Reuse.

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11/15/2012 Construction Firm Receives Two Maine Preservation Honor Awards

Nickerson & O'Day has established a scholarship in the name of it's immediate past president, John F. "Jack" Kelley III. Jack's pursuit of excellence in the commercial construction industry will be honored by offering eligible undergraduate students financial help to achieve a bachelors degree in Construction Management Technology.

The first recipient of this scholarship was Nicole Rubenstein who was later hired as (and continues to work as) a Nickerson & O'Day student intern. Congratulations Nikki!

Brendan McGuirl, intern for Nickerson & O'Day, has earned his LEED certification and will now be serving as NOD's LEED Compliance Manager. In his new position Brendan will be assisting project managers, subcontractors and owners in assuring that all requirements are met to fulfill LEED specifications. NOD was proud to sponsor Brendan's certification training.

Nickerson & O'Day has broken ground on the Merrill Bank Broadway branch project. The new branch will be the 5th Merrill Bank project either renovated or constructed by Nickerson & O'Day.

36-Year Employee to Retire

Mike Tinto, a 36-year employee of Nickerson & O'Day has announced his retirement. Mike began his career with NOD in 1971 and has been the Superintendent on many large-scale NOD projects such as the Lakewood Continuing Care Facility in Waterville, the McLaughlin Science Center at Gould Academy and the Gates Center at the College of the Atlantic.

Mike is a loyal and valued employee and will be missed. We wish him all the best in his retirement.

Foxcroft Academy Dormitory

Nickerson & O'Day has been awarded the contract for the new Foxcroft Academy Dormitory project in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. Working with designer Scott Simons Architects of Portland, with a goal of a fall move in date, this project will give Foxcroft Academy 24 dormitory units and 3 attached faculty apartments.

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10/23/09 Foxcroft Academy to hail residence hall

AthenaHealth

AthenaHealth has contracted with Nickerson & O'Day to renovate the former MBNA building in Belfast. When complete this facility will house AthenaHealth's medical billing operation.

Loren Clarke Named 2008 President of the AGC Maine

Loren Clarke, Vice President of Nickerson & O'Day has been named 2008 President of the AGC Maine. Loren replaces 2007 AGC Maine President, Eldon Morrison, in this role.

Ival R. Cianchette Undergraduate Scholarship Awarded

Brendan McGuirl has been selected as the 2008 recipient of the AGC Education and Research Foundation Ival R. Cianchette Undergraduate Scholarship. Congratulations to Brendan on another well deserved award!

2008 Statewide Historic Preservation Honor Award

Nickerson & O'Day has been honored by the Maine Preservation Committee with the 2008 Statewide Historic Preservation Honor Award for the restoration of the Bangor Waterworks. The award will be received on May 9th by Nickerson & O'Day's Karl Ward, NOD President; Lin Lufkin, Project Manager; Jeff Merrill, Project Superintendent and other significant member of the restoration effort.

Thank you to our many colleagues who made this very important historical restoration effort a success!

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