The editors of ENR have chosen Christine Keville as ENR New England’s 2019 Legacy Award winner. The president and chief executive of Keville Enterprises Inc. in Marshfield, Mass. will be honored at the ENR New England Best Projects awards banquet on Dec. 11 in Boston. She will also be profiled in the March 2020 issue of ENR New England. 

The award is given annually to an individual in the region who has established a solid “legacy” of lifetime service to the construction industry, their colleagues and to their community. ENR New England includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

Keville was recently elected president of The Moles, a prestigious national fraternal organization of the heavy construction industry.

In 1991, Keville founded the Keville Enterprises Inc. With nine offices nationwide and 150 employees, the firm is one of the largest and most successful woman-owned construction management firms in the nation. The firm works as owner’s representatives on public and private projects and is known for its “commitment to client satisfaction, project safety, quality in work performance and a company-wide positive attitude,” according to the firm’s website.

In addition to her executive position at her firm, Keville has chaired the Civil & Environmental Engineering Industrial Advisory Board at Northeastern University. She served as a board member of A Better City and is on the Foundation Board for the International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association. She has also served as the organization’s chair.   

Keville has also been recognized with the Wentworth Institute’s award for Woman of the Year, Virginia Tech’s Outstanding Woman in Construction award, WTS Boston’s Woman of the Year award and several other awards.