Robert Way Joins League’s Board of Directors
Construction Expertise Provides Valuable and Timely Perspective
Robert Way, President of Robert Way Construction, Inc., a Norwood-based construction company, recently joined the League School of Greater Boston Board of Directors. As a Friends of League member, he served on the Board’s Facilities Subcommittee, which reviewed and provided recommendations for the school’s Moosehill Road property. As part of the Strategic Planning Initiative, the Board is considering options for reconfiguring this space to best meet the needs of the school’s students.
“Rob Way’s many years of experience running and growing his own successful company will add enormous value to the League Board,” said Board Chairman, Roger Lockwood. “His common sense, knowledge of the building trades, compassion for children, service on the League Friends, collegial disposition, and keen business sense will be valuable for the Board’s deliberations and decisions.”
“Children and young adults with autism can live a more purposeful and fulfilling life if given the right opportunity and training, which the League School provides,” said Rob Way. “I look forward to advancing the school’s mission through my construction expertise and to collaborate with League supporters who I’ve respected for a long time.”
Robert Way Construction, Inc. is a full-service general contracting company. Owner/master carpenter Robert Way has been in the construction industry since 1988. He is a member and board member of PRO New England, a remodeling organization, and a member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. His company specializes in additions, residential remodeling, and insurance restoration work.
Independently and through his company, Rob has assisted agencies running group homes for adults with special needs. A life-long Norwood resident, he is active in the community. He has provided complimentary construction services to the Norwood Food Pantry and town gazebo.