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Providence, MA – The R. I. chapter of the Associated General Contractors (RIAGC) recently elected David F. Rampone to a two-year term as president. He also continues as a national life director of the Associated General Contractors. Rampone is president of Hart Engineering, an organization of the fully integrated design, engineering and construction Hart Companies, Cumberland, R.I.

The RIAGC also elected the following commercial construction executives to two-year terms:

Thomas N. Comella, regional operations manager, Gilbane Building Co., Providence, to the position of vice president. He most recently served the RIAGC as secretary.
David F. Ducharme, a principal and project manager, E. Turgeon Construction Corp., Cranston, R.I., secretary.
Edward W. Burman Jr., president of E.W. Burman Inc., Warwick, R.I., treasurer, a position he has held for several terms.

The Rhode Island chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America Inc. (RIAGC) represents the leading general contractors, construction managers, specialty contractors, suppliers and service providers that construct a majority of the corporate, institutional and public projects in southeastern New England. The RIAGC promotes construction workforce development, safety, professional education, positive labor-contractor relations and the principles of skill, responsibility and integrity.