Louis E. Laskey
Mr. Laskey, the president of L/R Construction (Laskey Renovation & Construction), has a long record of achievement in the construction industry, having served earlier as vice president of Shuman Building Corporation, and as founder of his own firm L. L. Construction, Inc.
Professional; Background and Credentials
Mr. Laskey holds an Unrestricted Massachusetts Construction Supervisor's license, along with a Rhode Island Builder's License. He is a registered Accredited Professional (A.P.) with the LEED program as overseen by the United States Green Building Council (U.S.G.B.C.). His firm focuses on non-profit organizations such as universities and religious facilities, with some additional work for corporations such as Fidelity Investments and WR Grace. The firm has regularly performed projects for Tufts, Boston University, Brandeis, and Harvard. It has also completed work for Kehillath Israel in Brookline, the Interfaith Center as Tufts, the Unitarian Church in Sherborn, and the Kollel in Brighton.
Mr. Laskey holds as Economics degree from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania and completed advanced coursework at the Wentworth Institute of Technology and the Northeastern University School of Engineering. He is also a graduate of Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.
He served in the Israeli Defense Forces, from which he holds an Honorable Discharge and earned decoration for his involvement in Lebanon in 1983.
Mr. Laskey has actively and continuously participated in numerous non-profit organizations and charities. He is currently on the Building Committee of the Vilna Shul in Boston and a Board member of the Boston Center for Jewish Heritage and with the New England chapter of Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces (F.I.D.F). He is also and active supporter of the Alyn Hospital for Children in Jerusalem.
He is also involved with the Advocates, part of the Partners Health Organization, The Charles River Center, the Dana-Farber Cancer Research Center, the New England Medical Center (Pediatric Oncology Department), and the Multiple Sclerosis Society.