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VA Boston Healthcare Receives Clothing Donation from Acella Construction Corporation

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BROCKTON, and NORWELL, MA, ISSUED NOVEMBER 24, 2014…Acella Construction Corporation (, a construction management firm serving the region for more than a decade, recently donated 30 jackets and many other articles of clothing to the Brockton campus of the VA Boston Healthcare System.

The company as a team annually determines a worthy organization to donate to, and this year they selected the VA.  Although the donation initially started as a coat drive, in collaborating with the VA Acella realized that they need more than just jackets, and so the effort was expanded into a clothing drive. 

Acella Construction intends to make this donation an annual tradition.  All employees of Acella contributed to the effort.

“It feels good to do something for others, and especially for those who have done so much for our country,” said Dave Dirubbo, president of Acella Construction.  “Our whole company got behind this initiative, and we are glad to be able to give back in this way.” 

About Acella Construction Corporation
Founded in 2003, Acella Construction is a construction management firm specializing in full service turn-key construction, design-build and pre-construction services for the commercial, institutional and educational sectors.  A partial client list includes Boston University, Bentley University, Boston College, MIT, Campus of Caring in Norwell, Regus Business Centers in Quincy, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Not Your Average Joe’s, and Friendship Home. Acella Construction maintains offices at 62 Accord Park Drive, Norwell, MA 02061. The firm’s mission is “building relationships, one project at a time.” For additional information, please visit or call (781) 681-9240.

As anyone in construction knows, the punchlist is the real test of a superintendent’s expertise, and Acella passed it with flying colors. This, despite the fact that the project was terrifically complicated technically, involving both restoration and new work, with a variety of trades employed- requiring broad knowledge from the project team.

- Maria Rice, President
Wellfleet Preservation Hall