BOCA Construction continues ‘Tradition’

BOCA Construction owners Mike Bockrath and Joe Caizzo are the newest winners of the Tradition of Service Award, given annually at the Norwalk Catholic School (NCS) Business & Professional Breakfast.
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Nov 17, 2011

BOCA Construction owners Mike Bockrath and Joe Caizzo are the newest winners of the Tradition of Service Award, given annually at the Norwalk Catholic School (NCS) Business & Professional Breakfast.

The event was held Wednesday morning in the parish gathering space.

(NOTE - To see another video, different from the one above but related to the event, click HERE.)

BOCA is the 19th winner of the award, which first was given out in 1993-1994 to the Maple City Ice Co.

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Comments

clueless.....oramI

good for you! How about giving some locals a job???

Dusty

They do give Locals jobs. Its not easy work and your gone most of the season. There about down this year. I'd say start checking in March before there season starts and make sure you have your class A CDL

clueless.....oramI

Thanks Dusty!!!!! I hope many that need a job will read your post!!!! My husband works for the company that is adding on to Fisher Titus. He was the only one that qualified because he has an OSHA certificate, and tested clean for drugs!!

Dusty

Oh yea...You MUST test CLEAN for drugs!!

Seriously_Local

I highly doubt that every other worker on the FTMC construction site has tested positive for drugs..

clueless.....oramI

Nibble my panties, my husband was hired by two different companies, we have been weighing the pros and cons of each. He chose the one at Fisher Titus, and started TODAY. Nice of you to be so negative. He also worked building the new theater in Sandusky and was offered a foreman’s position, but chose not to take it, because he would have had to go to New York and build the new hospital there, in Syracuse. Fisher Titus is saying this is a 6 year job; I have no idea why it would take 6 years, other than reading an article about the hospital building something on the North end of Norwalk. I am proud of him, and grateful that he was able to get such a good paying job. Oh, and he does not do drugs OR drink. The reason he got the job was because he has 27 years of experience in commercial and residential building, and he has the OSHA certificate which takes over 10 hours of testing online. You, nibble, have a negative attitude, if you are tired of asking "would you like fries with that" then go apply for a job at Fisher Titus. You donkey.

clueless.....oramI

The company that is working at Fisher Titus I believe is still hiring.... http://www.robinsmorton.com/about/ or http://robinsmorton.applicants.com. You must have a DL, test clean, and have experience in commercial building. Hope this helps someone get a job.

Cliff Cannon

Two of the things,I love most about Norwalk are exactly what Dr.Babcanec said : The 2 excellant school systems. Are we blessed or what? Then add the talented,dedicated people who win awards like "Traditions of service" and I for one, not only say congrats "Boca" but look to future with great confidence,thanks to our gifted leaders

danna

Well, I guess that school is in really good hand now. When you put your whole life to this kind of job it's hard to end it, no wonder you took the job. I hope the company also deals with refinishing various household issues, I could use this kind of support for my home remodel.