Charles Sachs can do almost anything on a construction site, from hammering out a frame to scheduling subcontractors with deadline finesse. The only thing this old-school superintendent appears to have had trouble with in his full-bodied career was retirement.
The story of Tony Fucinaro and his career at MCL Construction starts with a love of family and ends with a pushy uncle who knew what was best for his nephew.
It also begins in the winter of 2003. That was the year a young, 20-something Fucinaro with jet-black hair and a big Italian family was preparing to graduate from Iowa State with a degree in Construction Engineering.
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