Seekonk, MA – D.F. Pray announced that Bernard Saintiche has joined the company as Assistant Project Manager.
Bernard joins D.F. Pray from his recent position at Knollmeyer Building Corporation as an Assistant Project Manager. Previously, Bernard served as a Senior Engineering Designer at National Lumber Company focusing on development of structural framing plans for single and multi-unit housing projects.
“I am excited about this new role at D.F. Pray,” notes Bernard. “I recognized the depth of
experience and talent within D.F. Pray and was impressed with the organization and their commitment to a future career plan.”
In his role, Bernard will bring his experience with multi-unit developments to D.F. Pray’s Boston portfolio, specifically he will be working on The Lenox Apartments Rehabilitation Project in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Additionally, he will collaborate with leadership to build
partnerships with small, minority, veteran and women-owned contractors and suppliers in the Boston market.
“Bernard brings a unique perspective to the team along with his background in structural framing and architectural engineering along with his knowledge in multi-unit projects,” notes Michael A. Burke, Executive Vice President at D.F. Pray. “We are excited about future impact Bernard will have in this new position.”
Bernard attended Wentworth Institute of Technology with a BS in Architectural Engineering Technology and is currently pursuing his MS in Construction Management. Bernard retains his Massachusetts Construction Supervisors License and his OSHA 10-Hour Certification. Bernard is a resident of Brockton, MA and supports his local community through his commitment to the Big Brothers & Big Sisters organization.