Arden Building Companies Recognized by Rhode Island Monthly

March 3, 2023

Arden Building Companies, an MCAA member, was recognized in the March issue of Rhode Island Monthly magazine as part of a series celebrating family-owned businesses. The article celebrates Arden’s nearly 70-year history, during which the company has evolved from a mechanical and general contracting group into the multi-faceted group of companies, which includes Arden Engineering Constructors, Corporate Mechanical of New England, MJ Daly, and Unique Metal Works. MCAA congratulates MCAA President Robert M. Bolton and the entire Arden team on their rich history. We look forward to seeing where the next 70 years take you!

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