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Capewide Enterprises is a proud title sponsor of the WCOD Chowderfest every June and the WXTK Stuff-A-Bus every December.

We also are a participant in the annual Hyannis Rotary Home & Garden Show every March. Stop by our tent or booth to get to know us and our professional services for your Cape Cod home. Portfolio books are always available to see photos of our home building, remodeling and Title V septic projects and our team is also available to answer your questions.

What’s New at Capewide Enterprises

CAPEWIDE ENTERPRISES EXPANDS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Neil Kelly, Operations Manager
Neil Kelly comes to Capewide Enterprises after 6 ½ years of successfully managing and growing business for Nantucket Fish, Inc., at the Chatham Fish Pier. Previous co-ownership of a septic and drain company, along with proven operational leadership of a multi-million dollar company, ensure Neil to be an asset to Cape Wide Enterprises as the Operations Manager.

John Laliberte, Commercial Sales Manager
Capewide Enterprises welcomes John Laliberte as our Commercial Sales Manager.  Formerly with AB Canco, John has 15 years experience with commercial and residential Title V septic systems. John writes maintenance programs for restaurants and hotels for our commercial division and also works with our residential septic customers in facilitating the process and paperwork  when applying for the Barnstable County Septic Management Loan Program.

Tom McConnell, Master Plumber
Formerly the Town of Falmouth Plumbing Inspector, Tom McConnell has over 30 years plumbing and heating experience and manages all of Capewide Enterprises’ residential and commercial plumbing projects.

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PUMPER MAGAZINE FEBRUARY 2013 ISSUE – “GROWING STRONG”

Capewide Enterprises was featured as the “Pumper Profile” in the February 2013 issue of Pumper magazine. One of Capewide Enterprises’ many Cape Cod Title V installations was chosen as the location for the upcoming article’s photography and video.

The septic installation included a 1,500 gallon septic tank with a 1,000 gallon H-10 pump chamber in Osterville, MA. This Title V installation project was photographed by Robert Scott Button. Video was also shot, along with a lengthy interview of Capewide Enterprises Co-owner Richard Capen, who described the Title V project.

Read the Magazine Story online!

Spring 2012

CAPEWIDE ENTERPRISES COMPLETES TWO UPPER CAPE COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND REMODELING PROJECTS

Capewide Enterprises has recently finished two commercial building and renovation projects in Upper Cape Cod. The transformation of a vacant building into a new location for Bank of Cape Cod’s newest branch on 445 Main St. Falmouth will serve residents and business owners in Falmouth and its surrounding areas. Capewide Enterprises completed the major renovation in May and the new branch opened with an opening reception and ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 25th.

Capewide Enterprises also completed an 5,700 square foot, eco-friendly medical building for Franey Medical Lab slated for a June 4th opening at 52 Mercantile Way in Mashpee. The building consists of office, laboratory and warehouse space.