Meet the TWC Team
Charles A. Ford, son of Charles C, and grandson of Blanchard, worked for the company a few summers in the mid 80’s, but after graduating Bowdoin College in 1987 went a different direction by working for Beacon Management Company. He developed an interest in building restoration and to that end pursued a degree in Historic Preservation from Columbia University’s School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning. After graduating, he worked for Western Waterproofing in San Francisco where business in the aftermath of the Loma Preita Earthquake was booming. He returned to Boston in 1995 after his father’s retirement to eventually assume responsibility as Owner and President. His responsibilities also include Estimating and Project Management.
Tom Cappello, Lead Estimator, Sr. Project Manager, and Vice President, joined TWC in 1976. His schooling includes Wentworth Institute and The Boston Architectural Center, and he’s an active member of Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute. His straightforward attitude and insistence on delivering the best possible workmanship have translated into a very loyal client base of satisfied return customers.
Donna Peterson supports business operations as Bookkeeper and Office Manager. She began her career with TWC in 1980. She is the conduit between TWC and every accounting department with which we work.
Leonard James has nearly twenty years of experience in the construction industry supported by a degree in Construction Management from the University of Derby. A member of the TWC team since 2014, he specializes in waterproofing, dampproofing, joint sealants, air and vapor barriers, and masonry restoration.
Hugo Provetti heads up the field as General Superintendent. All workers are OSHA 10 Certified and specifically trained in Suspended Scaffolding and Fabricated Frame safety. We engage outside consulting services to provide such training and to oversee our Safety and HazCom program through periodic seminars and site inspection.
Rob Byrne joined TWC in 2016 after working for several years at a waterproofing and masonry products distributor. He assists TWC’s Project Managers with a variety of day-to-day tasks such as estimates, proposals, and project documentation.
Megan Daher manages TWC’s incoming bid solicitations and the submission of TWC’s filed sub-bids for public projects.
Bricklayers, Allied Craftsmen, and Laborers
In the field, we presently employ up to 40 highly qualified Bricklayer/Masons predominantly from Local 3 in Boston. We also employ a number of Union affiliated Laborers to assist and augment the field operations.