FST People

Bob Letourneau (pictured on the right) retired this August after over 40 years with FST, we thank him for his dedication and hard work and wish him a happy retirement. 


(L-R) Tom Jenkins, Meredith Zona and Bob Letourneau

Some of our Burlington office employees cooled off this summer with our annual ice cream truck. 


(L-R) Mitsu Koshima, Jen Panalone, Prisco Tammaro, Dave Moss, Abigale Delaney, Chris Farrington, Alain Haddad

Our active Quincy office was a driving force in the FST quarterly wellness challenge by participating in a team hike on the Blue Hills Reservation this past July.  


Participants: Nate Gottier, Kayla Arruda, Mark Bartlett, Joe Salvetti, Connor Keating, Jill McLaughlin, Joe Piccirilli, Andy Eckhardt and Charles Young

On Sunday June 7, 2015, FST Sponsored and Participated in the City of Malden's Bike to the Sea Event!

FST's Deb Duhamel participated in the ride. FST designed part of the Bike to the Sea Trail in towns Everett and Malden. 

FST Out in Force at Lowell GH TeamWalk for CancerCare

      

1st Photo - The Lowell General Hospital TeamWalk for CancerCare was a family affair for FST employees Paul Milewski, Nick Scenna and Dawn Ayres.       
2nd Photo - FST employees Dawn Ayers, Tom Densford and John Hayden were joined by family members for the walk on May 31, 2015.

FST participated in Boston's Run to Remember Half Marathon on Memorial Day 2015

(L-R) Aleece D'Onofrio, Nick Bouthilette and Kelsey Shannahan 
Not Pictured: Will DiTullio
 

FST’s 2nd Place Team in CMAA NE Chapter Golf Tournament, May 20, 2015


(L-R) Jeff Paul, Jerry Guerra, Bill Reed, Mark Noonan
 

The ‘Pinheads,’ one of the two FST teams that participated in the Malden Changing Lanes bowling tournament to support the Golden Tornado Club, a booster organization that provides support for the student-athletes of Malden High School.

(L-R) Jim Rivard, Bob Dunn, Bill Reed and Steve Arnold
 

On April 15th, FST’s South Portland Office Sponsored and Participated in the Urban Runoff 5K

(L-R) Sandi Keef, Adrienne Fine, Aimee Chiasson, Tim Gray, Celina Daniell, Bo Kennedy, Dwight Anderson and Dylan Anderson.
Not Pictured: (Volunteers) Ann-Marie Folan, Alicya Fogg, Ashley Keef (Runners) Justin Pellerin, Alicia Sousa, Noah Kennedy, Tom Keef and Andy Johnston.
 

WTS Golf Outing

(L-R) Bill Reed, Megan Poljacik, Marie Sullivan and Katy Konary 
 

Run of the Charles

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is an exciting time to be at FST. The firm known for the incredibly long tenure of so many of its people is reimagining the way it operates as a business.

On the longevity front, FST continues to be a comfortable, inviting and rewarding place to work, as illustrated by the abundance of people who come and stay 30, 40, 50 or even 60 years (see the tribute to George Nelson to the right). Ask any FSTer and you're likely to find that they came to the firm out of college. Many stay until they retire. Some keep working here even after they retire.

This old-line engineering firm, respected by so many for its century of good work, is also on the move. Since 2013, FST has:

Made two acquisitions of firms with services both similar to FST's and complementary to FST's

Purchased a powerful new enterprise resource planning (ERP) program that will help transform our business functions

Implemented a new internal communications program, including multiple video monitors running dynamic content in most offices

Opened a 35-person satellite office in Quincy, Massachusetts, to accommodate its many South Shore employees as well as the bulk of new employees from the acquired Norfolk Ram Group

Expanded its office in Hyannis on Cape Cod, doubling its size and adding four new full-time staff members

Launched a new external website, which you are currently viewing

Launched a new internal intranet, which you have to work at FST to view

Launched a new comprehensive training program to help identify, mentor and nurture future leaders

Developed a new five-year strategic plan to guide the company's mission, vision and growth

People like FST and FST likes its people. The work is interesting. The leadership has the firm's best interests always in mind. That's why it's a great place to work and that's why so many stay for so long.

Remembering
George Nelson

 

 

 

 

 

Cloutier Named
ITE VP

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

FST Honored as
Employer of Year