Bellingham Marine names Northeast division manager


Bellingham Marine recently named Michael LaRocque general manager of the company’s Northeast division.


LaRocque will be responsible for the division’s day-to-day operations, including project administration, detailed scheduling of manufacture and construction activities and budgeting.

A veteran of the construction industry with a background in civil engineering, LaRocque has more than 20 years of experience, holding a number of positions in the civil engineering and construction management trades.

Prior to his appointment as general manager, LaRocque was a senior project manager and operations manager for Bellingham, overseeing design and build projects for the company in the Mid-Atlantic region.

“I’m honored to be a part of the best team in the industry and am looking forward to leading Bellingham’s Northeast division toward continued growth,” LaRocque said in a statement.

“Mr. LaRocque’s backgrounds in engineering and effective management of complex construction projects make him the best person to lead the Northeast division,” Bellingham Marine president Everett Babbitt said. “He has the right mix of experience and drive needed to keep our company moving forward.”

Bellingham’s Northeast division covers the Northeastern states and those around the Great Lakes.


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