Fontaine Bros., Inc. Adds Two Industry Veterans to the Team

Fontaine is thrilled to announce the addition of Jason Boudreau (Project Executive) and Mark Fulton (Sr. Superintendent) to our team. Jason and Mark bring more than 40 years of combined experience working together on complex building projects throughout Western and Central Massachusetts, Connecticut, and beyond. Their individual and collective experience make them an incredibly valuable addition to the Fontaine team.

“Great people are the key to our success. Jason and Mark fit perfectly within our culture focused on attracting, retaining, and supporting talented, hardworking people who put clients first. We are thrilled to have Jason and Mark on board,” said Fontaine CEO David Fontaine, Jr.

Boudreau and Fulton have been working together for more than 20 years. The pair has successfully delivered work for notable clients such as Amherst College, Bay State Medical Center, Berkshire Medical Center, UMass Amherst, Williams College, and many others. With certifications by the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) and the International Code Council (ICC) for Tall Mass Timber Buildings, Boudreau and Fulton are a formidable supplement to the Fontaine team.

“The opportunity to come to Fontaine was something that Mark and I just couldn’t pass up. I interned for Fontaine more than 20 years ago, so this is a homecoming of sorts. I’m excited to help the company continue to grow and innovate,” said Jason Boudreau.

About Fontaine Bros.

Fontaine Bros., Inc. is a fourth-generation family-owned and operated construction company founded in 1933. While many construction companies are family owned, Fontaine is family-led. We offer our clients a reassuring combination of technical sophistication, deep roots in the community, and company leaders who are truly involved in every project. This approach has been highly successful for more than 90 years with notable projects throughout the region, including the recently modernized 13-31 Court Square Building, the new DeBerry-Swan Elementary School, and projects for MGM Springfield, Pioneer Valley Transit Authority, Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Deerfield Academy, and more than two dozen public school districts across the state.

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!

William R. Peck Middle School Groundbreaking

Members of the Fontaine team were honored to attend Friday's Groundbreaking Ceremony for Holyoke Public Schools new middle school, a project for which we were selected to serve as the General Contractor. Approved in June 2023, the 550-student middle school represents a critical step in Holyoke's educational evolution, replacing the currently outdated and energy-inefficient Peck Middle School. The design of the new school draws inspiration from our successful project at Goodnow Brothers Elementary School in Marlborough, a testament to our expertise in educational infrastructure and leadership in the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA)'s Model School Program. We are honored to be entrusted with this project and look forward to delivering a state-of-the-art school to the Holyoke community in the second half of 2025!