Sustainability
Fontaine Bros. is one of the original green builders in Massachusetts. Since focusing on high-performance buildings and sustainable construction practices more than 20 years ago, our team has been consistently recognized by ENR as a Top 100 Green Contractor.
Sustainability
Technology
We've always believed in the power of innovation. We empower our staff to take risks and explore the possibilities of emerging technologies, all for the benefit of our clients.
Technology
Diversity
Historically, New England was built by men and women of all backgrounds. At Fontaine Bros., it still is. Find out more about our unique, inclusive approach to forging teams, creating opportunity, and bringing people into the trades.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Our Work
As a company that's been part of the fabric of New England for nearly a century, we take great pride in the work we do, the people who work with us, and the clients and communities that entrust us with their projects.
Gilder Center, Northfield Mount Hermon
The Northfield Mount Hermon Gilder Science Center for Integrative Math and Science Education project, built by Fontaine, and located in Gill, Massachusetts, reflects the school’s commitment to sustainability by limiting embodied carbons.
Doherty Memorial High School
The Doherty Memorial High School project in Worcester, Massachusetts, is a 422,000 SF new state-of-the-art high school that is 100% electric and remarkably sustainable.
Court Square at 31 Elm Street
This historic renovation project has been called “the most important in the Commonwealth” it is key to continuing the revitalization of Downtown Springfield.
Beal Elementary School
The Beal Elementary School is a 141,600 SF elementary school for approximately 800 students in kindergarten through fourth grade. The building sits on an 18.5 acres on Lake Street in Shrewsbury.

Four Generations of Leadership

Many construction companies are family owned. Fontaine is family led.

We offer our clients a reassuring combination of technical sophistication, deep New England roots, and company leaders that are deeply involved in each and every project, all of which helps you enjoy peace of mind while we manage and build your next project.

Our Company

1933

The year Eudore and George Fontaine start the company, the first generations of hands-on Fontaine family leadership.

2002

The year we completed our first Green Building project in Massachusetts, the first of more than 40 such projects we've done to date. See more about our sustainable-building experience.

50,000

The number of students who walk through the doors of Fontaine-built public schools in Massachusetts every day. Learn about our school-building expertise.

$2 Billion +

The total value of projects Fontaine has completed in communities across New England.

What's New
New projects, new people, new technologies. For a company that's been around for almost 100 years, we're always looking for fresh ideas and innovative solutions.
Dean Tech Students Tour the Peck Middle School Jobsite!
Last week, Sean Sheedy from the Holyoke School Department and Carlos Amaral from Anser Advisory led a tour of the new William R. Peck Middle School project for Dean Tech High School faculty, administrators and students from the carpentry and electrical shops. Charlie Payne from the Carpenters Union, Mayor Joshua A. Garcia, City Council Member Juan Anderson-Burgos, Superintendent Anthony Soto, and State Rep. Patricia Duffy were present as well. It was a great opportunity to showcase this exciting project and highlight the possible career paths available to the students! #SchoolConstruction #FutureOfEducation
Recently, our team wrapped up Phase 1 of construction of the Andy Yee Palliative Care Unit at Mercy Medical Center - Springfield, MA!
Recently, our team wrapped up Phase 1 of construction of the Andy Yee Palliative Care Unit at Mercy Medical Center - Springfield, MA! This special space, dedicated to providing comfort and support for patients and families during end-of-life care and chronic illness management, honors the legacy of the late Andy Yee, a beloved local restaurateur and hospital champion. With the consultation, family, and reflection rooms, as well as the hallway corridor and ADA accessible bathroom now complete, our team awaits Phase 2 which will include the construction of a nurses’ station and patient rooms. #healthcareconstruction
Mountain View School in the City of Easthampton, Massachusetts has attained LEED Gold Certification!
Mountain View School in the City of Easthampton, Massachusetts has attained LEED Gold Certification!
Fontaine Bros., Inc. Adds Two Industry Veterans to the Team
Fontaine Bros., Inc. Adds Two Industry Veterans to the Team
Fontaine has been selected to serve as Construction Manager at Risk for the new Agawam High School project!
We are thrilled to announce that Fontaine has been selected to serve as Construction Manager at Risk for the new Agawam High School project! This state-of-the-art facility will span 235,075-square-feet and replace the current building which was constructed in 1955. The project will be phased, starting with the construction of a new gym, auditorium, cafeteria, and academic wing, followed by the demolition of the existing high school. Follow along for progress updates as we embark on this transformative project for the Town Of Agawam!