Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts elects JM Electrical’s Guarracino to board as a director

December 06, 2019 - Front Section

Boston, MA According to JM Electrical, its principal John Guarracino has been elected to serve a two-year term as a director of the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts (ASM), the Commonwealth’s leading trade association for the subcontracting industry, at the organization’s Biennial Dinner & Gala.

In his role as principal, Guarracino is responsible for overall company management and planning, with a primary focus on Operations. Earlier in his career, Guarracino served as a project manager at JM Electrical from 2014 to 2018, joining the company in 2007. A licensed journeyman electrician since 2011, Guarracino earned his Master’s License in 2015. 

The Massachusetts native has contributed to numerous high visibility projects at Massachusetts General Hospital, Logan Airport and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell campus. 

In addition to his role at the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts, Guarracino is an active member of NECA and the Mass Building Congress.

 “We are pleased to welcome John to our Board of Directors at this important moment in Boston’s development,” said Michael McDonagh, CEO of Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts. “As a highly respected industry professional, we look forward to John’s guidance as ASM represents and promotes the interests of every subcontractor in the Commonwealth.”

“I am thrilled to have a seat at the table as part of the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts board of directors, one of our industry’s cornerstone trade associations,” said Guarracino. “As a longtime member of ASM, I have benefitted from having access to the newest products, practices and industry trends and I look forward to contributing as a member of the board.”

Guarracino earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Endicott College and completed the Local 103 Boston Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee Training Program.

Founded in 1950, the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts represents over 350 subcontractor companies, and thousands of employees, as well as suppliers and affiliated organizations in Massachusetts and surrounding states. ASM is the only organization in the Commonwealth dedicated exclusively to the business issues affecting subcontractors, who perform more than 80% of the work on all major building construction in the state.



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