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For nearly six months, Bob Greene spent every night sleeping in a fold-out chair in Boston Children’s Hospital.
His son was sequestered in a bubble-like isolation room in the bone marrow transplant unit. Each day, Greene would wake up at 5:30 a.m., wait with other parents to use the public shower on the floor, and then head to his job — renovating other Boston-area hospitals.
One thing he learned from the experience: every children’s hospital room should have somewhere for parents to sleep too.
The construction industry in Boston is largely a family affair, and Greene Construction in Allston is no exception.
For Greene, the company president, blood and business are inseparable.
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