The event was held on Thursday, September 14 at the Irish Cultural Center in Canton, Massachusetts and featured live music from the Fay/Mazelli Trio, a variety of food trucks serving seafood and French fare to those in attendance, plus hand rolled custom cigars, spirit tasting and life size Jenga competitions.
Jake Simmons, CEO, along with the rest of Delphi’s leadership welcomed guests to the event held under the large tent and surrounding grounds at the Irish Cultural Center, a live music, sporting and special events venue in Canton, MA.
During a brief presentation midway through the event, Simmons shared his appreciation to all of the constituencies in attendance, many of whom have had relationship with the company since its earliest days.
In addition to providing a brief overview of the company’s history, Simmons also touched on the future of the company with regard to the recently completed 10-year strategic planning exercise Delphi’s leadership team has just completed. Simmons described a plan of sustained growth in the coming years for Delphi. He also officially announced the recent acquisition of a new Waltham headquarters on Bear Hill Road.
Delphi Construction, Inc. has been providing comprehensive, multi-market construction management services throughout New England since 1992 with a focus on the markets of Healthcare, Assisted Living, Affordable Housing, Multi-Family Residential, Banking, Religious, Corporate, Education and Modular Construction.
Delphi employs nearly 80 full time personnel with offices in Waltham and Cape Cod Massachusetts.
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