PRLog (Press Release)
- Feb. 2, 2012 -
Guitard, of Northborough, joined Woodmeister in 2009 as an Account Executive and previously worked with the company for several years, assisting the custom home builder with its construction staffing.
In his new position, he will work closely with the company owners to broaden Woodmeister’
s market share throughout New England. Guitard will report directly to Ted Goodnow, CEO and founder of Woodmeister Master Builders. “After spending three years with our company, Paul has proven himself to be a dynamic, hard-working member of our team,” said Ted Goodnow, “I am very excited to recognize Paul’s achievements and professional acumen as we move the company forward in the coming years. Our customers love his consultative approach to the work.”
Guitard is an active participant in the Boston area trade groups, including the Builders Association of Greater Boston, where he is former member of the Board of Directors, and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).
A graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada, Guitard served for nearly a dozen years in the Canadian Navy and United States Coast Guard. A veteran of 9-11, he received 23 awards and medals during his military service. His work for the community includes serving as volunteer Project Manager for a Habitat for Humanity construction project in Dorchester, and as part of an Extreme Makeover/Home Edition in Medfield.
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Founded in 1980 as a two-man custom cabinetry and millwork shop, Woodmeister today is an internationally-
recognized company that encompasses the entire scope of distinctive home construction and remodeling, custom cabinetry and interiors, and lifestyle management services. Headquartered in Holden, MA, Woodmeister also has offices in Nantucket, Newport, and New York City. The company, which employs 110, was recently honored with the 2011 Mentor of the Year MIDDIES (Mentors in Design) award. In addition, the company was named in 2009 a Top Small Workplace by The Wall Street Journal and Winning Workplaces and one of the Top 100 Places to Work in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe. In 2007, Woodmeister was named Corporate Citizen of the Year by the Worcester Business Journal. For more information, visit www.woodmeister.com.Photo: