Setting Standards. Exceeding Expectations Since 1934
1930s – 1940s
In 1934, William Donovan starts a construction business focusing on the coal industry. They developed new methods of constructing coal handling systems to meet the high demand caused by WWII.
1950s – 1970s
The company expands into Public Utility and Industrial Power Plants.
Bud Greenwald’s company buys Donovan Engineering & Construction Co., Inc., and gives the reigns to Roy Greenwald and Brian Walsh, who move the business to Brookline, New Hampshire.
Donovan Engineering & Construction Co., Inc., a regional leader in power plant and heavy industrial construction, purchases its first orbital welder. The company develops the Standard Operating Procedures for the biotech industry that have now been adopted by almost every firm in the industry.