A couple questions with Dennis Carrafiello 2015 BOMA Boston Engineer of the Year Awards Recipient

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Dennis Carrafiello
Dennis CarrafielloChief Engineer Able Services, BOMA Engineering Committee Member, 2015 BOMA Boston Engineer of the Year Awards Recipient

How long have you been working  in your current role and how did you get into it?

Since 2007 before that I was self-employed. I needed more security for my family.

What is most rewarding about your job?

Coming through on a project or a promise and being a reliable resource to my team.

What do you like to do when you’re not working?

Spend time with my family.

Where were you born and where did you grow up?

Newton/ Wellesley hospital. I’ve been in Waltham my whole life.

Where did you go to school?

Waltham High/ Coyne Electrical School of Mt Ida College, Peterson and Wentworth for continuing education courses

What’s your favorite television show?

Anything on the Food network.

What’s your favorite book?

BUNTS, a baseball book by George Will.

What’s your favorite movie?


What is one of favorite places in Boston?

North End

What was the best piece of advice you were ever given or what is the best advice you would like to share?

“There is never a day when it is not worth your while to be at your best” is inscribed on the façade of my junior high school.

Tell us something about yourself that our members would be surprised to learn.

I love to garden. I do a vegetable garden every year.

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