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150-499 Employees | 5 | Wright-Pierce | Wellness program engineered with...

CEO (or equivalent): John W. Braccio, CEO and presidentNumber of employees: 181Wright-Pierce, a firm that has been providing wastewater, water and civil infrastructure services...

Bush puts a hand back for others coming aboard

In the business world there are managers who focus on company success. Then there are mentors who take time to focus on the success...
SUCCESS BUILT ON COLLABORATION: Patricia J. Igoe, right, co-founder and partner of Robinson+Cole’s Providence office, meets with legal administrative assistant Heidi Seddon. / PBN PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

Patricia Igoe ‘is somewhat of a pioneer’

Patricia J. Igoe was the first woman lawyer to join the Levy, Goodman, Semonoff & Gorin law firm in 1979. She’s the co-founder and...
RE-IMAGINED PRACTICES: As Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island’s chief medical officer, Dr. Gus Manocchia, left, has led the charge to transform primary care practices into patient-centered medical homes. With him is Kevin Decesare, Blue Cross team leader in facilities management. / PBN PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

Smarter connections, better health

Dr. Gus Manocchia | Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, chief medical officerThe chief medical ­officer at Blue Cross & Blue Shield...

Physician offers IT diagnoses

Dr. Cedric Priebe | Lifespan, senior vice president and chief information officerDr. Cedric Priebe has been keeping busy since becoming Lifespan’s chief information officer...
MEETING TIME-CRITICAL NEEDS: Joe Aguiar, left, senior associate, supply chain, and Kacey Fetcho, senior manager, supply chain, inspect inventory at Amgen Rhode Island's West Greenwich manufacturing facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Keeping supply system strong for those in medical need

People with cancer, cardiovascular disease or other serious illnesses should not have to wait for their medications just because there are flaws and delays...
A LEAP FORWARD: From left, Don Gray and Joseph Schuttert, company principals, and Jessica Weimar, operations manager, look over schematics at Vaccum Processing Systems' East Greenwich facility. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Doing more with less, and leaving a clean trail

Many of the toxic chemical solvents that industries tossed into landfills years ago – creating the need for expensive federal cleanup efforts by the...
MAKING CONNECTIONS: Province Mortgage Associates CEO, President and Executive Director David Currie, center, makes a point of creating a work culture that values employees, who in turn value the firm's customers. Operations Manager Glenn Tourtellot is at left. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Cohesive culture, happy customers

Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by Providence Business News seven times within the past eight years, Province Mortgage Associates Inc....
NATURALLY ENGAGED: Pawtucket Red Sox's Paws pals it up with Noah Minucci, 8, of Cranston at the Whole Foods store there to benefit the Whole Kids Foundation, which has the goal of improving nutrition for children. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Team spirit stretches beyond the ballpark

It's difficult to pinpoint what exactly earned the Pawtucket Red Sox the Providence Business News' Business Excellence Award for Community Involvement for 2016. The...
KEEPING COMMUNITY IN THE CREDIT UNION: Stephen J. White, left, president and CEO of the Westerly Community Credit Union, cuts in on customer-service representative Marcy Riley, next to him, as she interacts with customers Cheryl Allen, right, and her daughter, Danielle, at the credit union's Granite Street location in Westerly. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Building blocks for success

The story behind the Westerly Community Credit Union's success is contained in its name.President and CEO Stephen J. White said the institution's success is...
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