NEMCA, MSCA Donate to Boston Hospital
New England MCA Presented Gift of $25,000 to Help Support Hospital
The New England Mechanical Contractors Association (NEMCA) and Mechanical Service Contractors of America (MSCA) worked with Boston Children’s Hospital to create a new look and transform patient spaces.
As New England MCA celebrates its 125th anniversary, the organization presented a gift of $25,000 to help support the hospital, its patients, and families. The donation was made in honor of the ongoing loyalty and working relationship between Children’s Hospital and New England MCA/MSCA contracting members. On hand to present the donation were (from left to right) Paul Williams, director, hospital engineering, Boston Children’s Hospital; Michael DiMattia, president, New England MSCA; Kevin Churchwell, executive vice president of health affairs and COO, Boston Children’s Hospital; Stephen Affanato, executive vice president, New England MCA/MSCA; Charles Weinstein, vice president, real estate planning and development, Boston Children’s Hospital; Bob Sullivan, director, facilities construction and management, Boston Children’s Hospital; and Robert Gallagher, vice president, New England MCA.
New England MCA/MSCA representatives were given a tour and were briefed on upcoming construction projects at Children’s Hospital in Boston and their outlying facilities.
Publication date: 2/16/2015