Baker Newman Noyes Cuts Ribbon on New Office in Woburn

BNN Woburn office

Event marks BNN’s second Greater Boston expansion since 2010

WOBURN, Mass. ― Nationally-ranked accounting and advisory firm Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) and guests from the Greater Boston business community held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, January 14 to celebrate the opening of a new office in Woburn. Located at 600 Unicorn Park in Woburn, this is BNN’s second Massachusetts office and fifth office overall.

Speaking with guests gathered outside the new Woburn office on Tuesday, BNN managing principal Dayton Benway reaffirmed Baker Newman Noyes’ original commitment to grow and serve new clients in Massachusetts when it first expanded to Boston in 2010:

“We’re very excited about this expansion. … As we head into our second decade in Massachusetts, we are looking to grow our presence even further. But this space isn’t just about expansion; it’s also about investing in our people and creating great places to work. What we’ve built here will serve as a template for future offices as we continue to grow throughout New England.”

Benway was joined by Anna Fincke, BNN’s Chief Operating Officer, and Bob Croak, BNN’s principal-in-charge of Massachusetts, as well as colleagues from across BNN’s regional offices in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Also in attendance were representatives from National Development, Boston Realty Advisors, R.W. Hyde Construction and Creative Office Pavilion, who were involved in the Woburn office redesign and renovation.

Chris Kisiel, Executive Director of the Woburn Business Association, and Tyler Gates, President of the Woburn Business Association, were also on hand to welcome BNN to Woburn. Kiesel noted:

“We are very excited to welcome Baker Newman Noyes to the Woburn business community. BNN is one of the nation’s top 100 accounting and advisory firms, and one of the largest in Massachusetts. Growing companies like BNN, who are leaders in their field, are an important part of what makes Woburn a vibrant, locally-focused and attractive place to live, work and do business in Greater Boston.”

Bob Croak, who oversees both the downtown Boston and Woburn offices, remarked:

“Opening this office in Woburn is exciting for all the reasons Dayton mentioned, but it’s not just that. It marks our commitment to Massachusetts, which is really a commitment to our clients and our people. We have built a beautiful space to work in, with amenities that we’re proud to offer. It’s already been well-received by our current staff and it’s proving to be attractive to candidates as well. With this office we will be better able to serve our clients in the 128 corridor, and we’ll have more BNN people closer to clients in Cambridge and Downtown Boston, making us even more accessible.”

BNN will employ about 20 professionals in Woburn to start, with capacity up to 40, and will be looking to add additional employees in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine over the next 12 to 24 months. BNN is the fifth-largest regional accounting firm in New England by total revenue according to Accounting Today and one of the largest in Massachusetts according to the Boston Business Journal.