Murphy of Timberline receives 40 under 40 award
December 18, 2014 - Construction Design & Engineering
Murphy has been a rising star in the construction industry since she began her career more than 15 years ago.
Her dedication to this industry, passion for her work and community involvement made her an ideal candidate for the South Shore's 40 under 40 award. During her career, Murphy has experienced much success with academic and healthcare project pursuits; two of the industry's most challenging sectors to penetrate.
At Timberline, she leads the healthcare project team with a passion for partnering with our clients, enhancing communication and acting as a construction advisor. Murphy is currently overseeing the $4 million phased renovation at Dimock Community Health Center in Roxbury as well as an addition and renovation for the Hannah Duston Health Healthcare Center in Haverhill. She will also serve as project executive for an upcoming design/build renovation for the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Milton, a Hybrid OR expansion project at Charlton Hospital, renovation at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital and on the Animal Rescue League of Boston renovation and addition in Dedham.
Murphy credits her education as a Student-Athlete at Bishop Fenwick High School and at Boston University (independent concentration - architectural engineering) for the solid foundational tools that influence her on a daily basis: commitment, service, creativity and positivity. She went on to supplement her technical knowledge with construction and architecture training at Boston Architectural Center, Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional and holds a Massachusetts Construction Supervisor's License.
Murphy also makes time to be involved in our local community. She served on the advisory board for Greater Boston Catholic Charities after building a strong relationship supporting their mission as project manager for the construction of two community centers; Laboure Center in South Boston and Yawkey Center in Dorchester. Currently, Murphy is the clerk for the Town of Plymouth building committee and has recently been invited to join the building committee for the Community Health Center of Cape Cod after serving as project manager for the construction of the 22,000 s/f addition to their existing facility. Murphy is also a member of WELL (Women's Exchange for Living and Learning) where she interacts with other professional women in various stages of their careers navigating their personal lives and the professional world of real estate, facilities, design and construction.