By Michael Najarian
FRAMINGHAM – Consigli Construction, a company based in Milford, is working on building the new Fuller Middle School, and they recently reached an achievement of 400 days without a safety related incident at the Fuller work site.
To help commemorate the milestone, Framingham-based Dulce D Leche helped out by giving the crew lunch on Thursday, July 9.
The project manager for the Fuller Middle School site Mateo Batista, said of the partnership that “We had a few events that we were looking to celebrate, and I was looking for a local place to do some catering for the team, and I was familiar with Dulce De Leche as a business, so I reached out to see if they could set us up, and they were able to.”
“We gave them 100 lunches, and we gave them a sandwich made on homemade bread,” said Dulce D Leche co-owner Samanta Stavar. “We also gave them a fruit cup, a cookie, and a bag of chips.”
Batista said of going so long without a safety incident on site that “That’s our first and foremost goal on any job, the guys really take it to heart, and being able to successfully build and stay safe is a good day.”
The Coronavirus pandemic has changed how businesses operate, and when asked about how it has directly affected Dulce D Leche, co-owner Jules Remenar said that “most people still come in and get their food in store, but we also do delivery and curbside pickup, really, it’s up to the customer’s comfort level.”
The Framingham location of Dulce D Leche is open from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. from Sunday to Wednesday, and 10:30 to 9:00 from Thursday to Saturday at 5 Edgell Road.
Customers can expect a well-organized pickup system, which include paninis, gelato, frozen meals, bagels, chocolates, etc.
There is also a new, larger Ashland location for Dulce D Leche at 200 Homer Avenue.
Michael Najarian is a programming and web major at Keefe Technical High School in Framingham. He is a SOURCE intern for summer 2020. He has a a passion for sports, and is an aspiring photographer with a Canon Powershot.