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ARC and Temple University Complete $137M Science Education and Research Center

ARC and Temple University Complete $137M Science Education and Research Center

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Designed to Foster New Era of Scientific Research and Cross-Discipline Collaboration Philadelphia, PA – Temple University’s $137M Science Education and Research Center (SERC) opened this month as one of the largest and most ambitiously collaborative academic science facilities in the U.S. Designed by ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, in collaboration with Philadelphia-based USA Architects, the seven-story, 247,000 […]

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Restaurants More Energy-Efficient with Energize Connecticut Help

Restaurants More Energy-Efficient with Energize Connecticut Help

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

New Haven, CT – Retailers seeking immediate and long-term savings through energy-efficient measures must also balance the effect that changes in infrastructure will have on their customers’ experience. In the competitive restaurant industry, that means cost-saving, efficiency upgrades in food storage, cooking equipment, and lighting must also contribute to ambiance and top-notch customer service. Lenny […]

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North Branch Begins Student Success Center at Great Bay Community College

North Branch Begins Student Success Center at Great Bay Community College

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Portsmouth, NH – North Branch Construction, Inc. of Concord has begun the construction of a Student Success Center on the campus of Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, NH. This one-story, 20,000 square foot addition to the existing college will include a gymnasium, administrative offices, a student lounge, an exercise space, and locker rooms. The center […]

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DiLuiso to Head MorisSwitzer Life Science

DiLuiso to Head MorisSwitzer Life Science

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Williston, VT – MorrisSwitzer is expanding its capacity to design diverse environments for health through the creation of a dedicated Life Science Group headed by Brian DiLuiso, AIA. This group is committed to bringing MorrisSwitzer’s high level of architectural design and exceptional service to academic and clinical research, medical device, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology laboratory clients. […]

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Ground Breaks for Sandy Hook School

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Design team, led by Svigals + Partners Architects Sandy Hook, CT – Consigli Construction Co., Inc. (Consigli) has broken ground for the new 87,000sf state-of-the-art Sandy Hook School in the town of Newtown, Connecticut. Consigli was selected as construction manager to build the new $50 million elementary school, which will accommodate 500+ students from pre-kindergarten […]

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Design, Construction, and BIM Coordination

Design, Construction, and BIM Coordination

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Scott M. Robbins Architects and engineers generate documents for the purpose of bidding and construction. In order to obtain a permit for construction, design documents must be signed and sealed by a licensed professional. This statement has been true for many years; however, the tools used for this purpose have changed significantly over time. […]

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Nihon Kohden Opens First U.S. Facility in Cambridge

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cambridge, MA – Japan-based Nihon Kohden has announced the opening of the company’s first U.S. facility in Cambridge, Mass. The facility is approximately 1,600sf, and the company plans to hire five people in the first year. Nihon Kohden is a global company with a total of 4,500 employees worldwide. Nihon Kohden Innovation Center will be […]

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Stantec Adds Five to Growing Boston Office

Stantec Adds Five to Growing Boston Office

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boston – Stantec’s Boston office continues to grow rapidly across its divisions with five new employees.  Joseph Camobreco, Perry DeFazio, Emily Reith, Dan Amelin, and Patrick Dominov have recently become a part of the Boston team.   Joe Camobreco is a senior engineering consultant with over 40 years of experience in the engineering, design, and construction of […]

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Protecting Lives During R&D for Life Sciences

Protecting Lives During R&D for Life Sciences

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

By John V. Carvalho III Life sciences companies in the region are accomplishing tremendous things. Many of these new discoveries improve, lengthen, and, in many cases, save lives. Keeping the people making these modern-day miracles safe while on the job is paramount. This is why facilities managers who are on top of their games maintain safety and protection […]

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Interview: Susan Windham-Bannister

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

High-Profile recently interviewed Susan Windham-Bannister, Ph.D., president and CEO at the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center. HP : Massachusetts is such a hub for research and pharmaceutical companies: What do you think draws them here? How does this affect our overall landscape of Massachusetts (or New England)? SWB: After six years of strategic investment by the MLSC, Massachusetts […]

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