Nicholson Construction, headquartered in Pittsburgh, has announced that Richard Crockford, district manager, New York, was recently elected a member of The Moles, the heavy construction industry's most prestigious, fraternal organization.
The Moles organization is comprised of individuals engaged
in the construction of foundation, tunnel, subway, sewer, marine, sub-aqueous
or other heavy construction projects. Moles members are dedicated to promoting
the heavy construction industry and supporting their colleagues through
outreach programs and networking opportunities.
Crockford joins fellow Nicholson Construction Moles members
Andrew Walker (president) John Wise (senior vice president) and Ron Hall
(corporate construction manager).
To be elected to The Moles, prospective members must be
nominated by a current member and have the support of five other current
members. “It's an honor to join my friends and industry colleagues as a member
of The Moles," says Crockford.
Crockford, who has been with Nicholson for the past six
years, has 28 years of geotechnical construction experience, including
foundation and ground improvement design, contracting and management.
"The Nicholson team is proud of Richard's appointment
to The Moles," says Walker.
"It's a wonderful acknowledgement of his expertise and contributions to
The Moles membership is limited to 538 members at any given