WOBURN, MA – August 8, 2017

SERVPRO of Boston announced that Project Manager, John McKenzie, has successfully received a Construction Supervisors License from the state of Massachusetts (CSL).  John has over 7 years of professional expertise in water and fire damage restoration and mold remediation as well as biohazard cleanup. John successfully completed his course work to become a Certified Construction Supervisor.

In order to receive this certification, John passed a comprehensive examination demonstrating a thorough and working knowledge of construction and building techniques. The Construction Supervisors course concentrates on technical procedure for a variety of general construction systems, including the international building code, energy conservation codes, and the general architectural access board rules and regulations.

“We are proud to have him on our team,” said Paul LaGrandeur, General Manager of SERVPRO of Boston.  “John is known for his great customer care and quality service that he provides daily. This certification will allow him to take his career and expertise to the next level and I couldn’t be more proud.”

John joined the SERVPRO of Boston team in 2010. In addition to his newly attained CSL license, he also has experience working as a solid surface fabricator, estimator and operations manager. Prior to his CSL, John had also received certifications as a Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT) and Applied Structural Drying Technician (ASD).  He resides in southern New Hampshire.

ABOUT SERVPRO OF BOSTON – Downtown, Back Bay, South Boston

SERVPRO of Boston is part of the TeamMattos SERVPRO franchises, which have been awarded “SERVPRO Franchise of the Year,” recognizing the top franchisee for loyalty, support, attitude and growth within the SERVPRO system.

Founded in 1967, SERVPRO is a national leader and provider of fire, water, mold, biohazard and other specialty cleanup and restoration services.  SERVPRO’s certified professional services network of more than 1,357 franchises responds to property damage emergencies ranging from multi-million dollar disasters affecting entire communities to those suffered by individual businesses and homes.

For more information, contact John Houle of JH Communications at 401.831.6123 or via email at john@jhcom.net.

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