ENR New England is pleased to announce the region’s Top Young Professionals for 2024. 

The program recognizes individuals who are not only industry leaders, but community leaders bringing energy and innovation to the regions where they live. They have built extraordinary industry portfolios in only a few years. Many also donate significant time and expertise, benefitting the communities they serve.

Hailing from across the region—which includes Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont—each recipient will be profiled in more detail in the January issue of ENR New England.

After 27 entries were received for this year's competition, judges narrowed submissions to 10 selected. We strongly encourage anyone who submitted but did not win to resubmit next year if the candidate is still eligible–be sure to save a copy of your entry and add in the applicant's most recent accomplishments.

The judges were: Manny Hoyo, senior superintendent, Skanska USA Building Inc., Boston, and Ariel Greenlaw, traffic toll and ITS department manager, HNTB Corp., Portland, Maine. Both were members of ENR’s 2022 National Top 20 Under 40 group.

You can read more about each young professional in the March print issue of ENR New York/ New England.


Andre Barbour, diversity and inclusion director, NEI General Contracting, Randolph, Mass.

Garrett Bolella, assistant director, transportation, mobility, and parking, City of Norwalk, Norwalk, Conn. 

Suzanne Broadbent, senior director of communications, principal, Kennedy Jenks Consultants, Greenwich, Conn.

Stephanie Crepeau, superintendent, Bond, Medford, Mass.

Leanne Greisen, asset management consultant, HDR, Portland, Maine

Christina Hoover, architect, associate, Elkus Manfredi Architects, Boston

Marissa K. Maurice, accounting specialist, Corderman & Co. Inc., Boston

Liam Murphy, associate principal, BR+A, Boston

Drew Parkinson, senior superintendent, Suffolk, Mass.

Eric Thornley, assistant regional manager, Collins Engineers, Norwood, Mass.