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    Archive for November, 2018

    E.M. Duggan is featured on local news

    Main Street of November features the E.M Duggan donation to Canton Little League and much more. Thank you Andrea Galvin for taking time to do this story.

    E.M. Duggan places 6th in Boston Globe’s Top Places To Work 2018

    You all did it! Out of thousands of companies in Massachusetts E.M. Duggan Inc. placed sixth in the large group category as Top Places To Work In Massachusetts for the Boston Globe Magazine. This is huge and we are truly grateful that many of you took time to fill out the survey. This is the first time we have entered and please keep in mind we were up against many companies that don’t have men and women working outside on job sites.

    Placing sixth is testament to everyone in the Duggan Family and we will continue to do what we can to let you all know how much you matter to Duggan. As our family grows it is extremely important that we maintain that core value.  Truly, we are humbled and grateful to have an amazing team and we look forward to celebrating with all of you at the holiday party. #thisisus

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    E.M. Duggan’s Savy Man-Doherty inspires young women

    E.M. Duggan’s Journeyman Savy Man-Doherty gives the keynote speech at the Mass Girls in Trades Conference & Career Fair at the IBEW Local 103 talking about her amazing journey through the Building Pathways Program. #thisisus

    #ThisIsUs Jackets For A Cause

    A huge thank you to Charles D. Sheehy for donating to our Jackets For A Cause Campaign. On a cold October day E.M. Duggan’s Domenic Casamassima was on a job site and noticed children outside without coats. It bothered him so much that he decided to take action and create a coat drive campaign. His young daughter got involved, and created the logo and within a day of spreading the word at E.M. Duggan coats poured in.

    Then one day a knock on the door, our long time partners the Charles D. Sheehy company saw the campaign on our social media and they very generously drooped off boxes and boxes of coats. We are  grateful to them and so is Saint Mary’s in Dorchester who will distribute the coats to those in need.

    The Canton Citizen Reports On Duggan Donation