BOSTON, MA – BOND Building Construction, Inc. announced that Frank Hayes, President of BOND Building, is recognized by the Construction Institute as a 2023 Champions of Change award recipient.
This prestigious honor recognizes one man and one woman each year for their contributions as role models in the AEC/O industry, mentoring and supporting women and others, and for their dedication to improving the industry for all.
With this award, the Construction Institute commends Hayes for his exceptional leadership, management skills, and track record of successful project delivery, as well as for playing a pivotal role in spearheading various strategic initiatives within BOND Building. That includes developing people strategies, expansion plans, and implementing cutting-edge technology platforms that have kept the business a step ahead of its peers. Hayes is passionate about gender diversity in the workplace and has been an active proponent of initiatives promoting women’s inclusion and advancement in construction. His efforts have led to the recruitment, training, and mentoring of women in various roles, creating a more inclusive and diverse work environment resulting in improved collaboration, innovation, and outstanding success for BOND.
“Each and every one of us at BOND deeply appreciates the tremendous impact Frank has made within the industry and our company, and we are immensely proud to witness him receive this recognition,” said CEO of BOND Brothers, Inc., Anthony Bond. “Since joining our team 13 years ago, Frank has consistently served as a mentor, a supporter, and a driving force behind the growth and well-being of his colleagues. Our organization is stronger because of his contributions, and it is truly a privilege to count him as a colleague and friend.”
Outside of his contributions at BOND Building, Hayes is heavily involved with the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA), sitting on the Board, Workforce Development Committee, and Labor Relations Committee and is an active member of the New England Council Board. He is also an Industry Advisory Board member for UMass Lowell Francis College of Engineering and Wentworth Institute of Technology as well as an advisor and mentor for the Medford Vocational School Construction Laborers Program.