Wellesley resident Tom Goemaat, President and CEO at Shawmut Design and Construction took part in the 6th annual Room to Dream Foundation Golf Invitational on September 16, 2013.. This year’s invitational, which was sponsored by Shawmut Design and Construction, was held at the Salem Country Club in Peabody, MA. The annual fundraiser had its most successful year raising $100,000 for the Room to Dream Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to creating healing environments for children and adolescents facing debilitating illnesses.
Goemaat was joined by local celebrities including Dave Goucher, the radio voice of the Boston Bruins and TV Diner Executive Producer Jenny Johnson for a day of golf capped off by a live auction.
Pictured in Photo (L to R): Les Hiscoe, Executive Vice President and COO Shawmut Design and Construction, Stef Nathanson, Founder of Room to Dream, Jenny Johnson, Executive Producer TV Diner, Tom Goemaat of Wellesley and Kevin Sullivan, Vice President at Shawmut Design and Construction.
About Shawmut Design and Construction:
Shawmut Design and Construction is an $850 million dollar national construction management firm with a reputation for completing extremely complex and logistically challenging projects for the most high-profile clients in the industry. As an ESOP (employee-owned) company, Shawmut has created a culture of ownership, proactive solution-making and forward thinking. Eighty percent of its business comes from repeat clients proving there is a strong focus on building relationships as well as building projects. Shawmut’s unique business model allows project teams to better service clients by focusing their specialized expertise within one of the following areas: academic, commercial, corporate interiors, cultural and historic, gaming, healthcare and science, hotels, restaurants, retail, and spas and health clubs. Shawmut has offices located in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Providence, New Haven and West Springfield. For more information, please visit www.shawmut.com.
About Room to Dream
The Room to Dream Foundation, founded in 2006, focuses on transforming living spaces of chronically ill children and families living in low and moderate-income urban and suburban areas. Through a collaborative effort of professional artists, interior decorators and other trade volunteers, the foundation works to create healing, colorful and motivating environments. Giving children and adolescents “room to dream” of a healthier future. For more information on the Room to Dream Foundation visit http://roomtodreamfoundation.org/.