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RPF Completes Industrial Hygiene Audits

| April 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Amesbury, MA – RPF Environmental, an environmental testing and consulting firm with offices in N.H., Mass and Maine, recently completed industrial hygiene / environmental health and safety audits and reviews at Army National Guard facilities throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut. The audits included review of health and safety programs, testing for various environmental contaminants, ventilation systems […]

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CFMA of Mass. Installs Officers for the New Year

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

On April 1st, the CFMA of Massachusetts welcomed its new slate of officers and directors for the coming two years. Outgoing President Joe Gates, CFO of Methuen Construction, was honored at the April 14th chapter meeting for his service over the past two years. He is being replaced by John Hastings, CFO of Costello Dismantling Co., […]

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Development of Brownfields Sites

Development of Brownfields Sites

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Warren Kirshenbaum The idea of taking on a Brownfields site for redevelopment can be intimidating, especially for developers who don’t have experience remediating contaminated land. However, the term “Brownfields” when describing a property does not need to conjure up the daunting image of a Superfund level cleanup.  There is no one “face” of a […]

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Lounsberry Named One of New England’s Top Young Professionals

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Boston-based design visualization expert Chuck Lounsberry has been selected as one of New England’s Top Young Professionals in 2015 by industry authority Engineering News Record (ENR) magazine.   A senior associate at design firm Stantec, Lounsberry is one of ten professionals selected for the honor, which highlights New England’s most accomplished professionals under the age of 40. Lounsberry, 38, […]

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Landscape Resilience and the Surging Sea

Landscape Resilience and the Surging Sea

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Andrew Arbaugh In 2012, Hurricane Sandy provided a stark example of the effects of climate change on coastal communities. While New England was spared from this particular storm, the more gradual effects of rising sea levels are being felt. Mean water levels in Boston Harbor have risen 12 inches over the last century – […]

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Dunn Named VP of Shared Services at R.H. White

Dunn Named VP of Shared Services at R.H. White

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

  Auburn, MA – David White announced that Kim Dunn has been promoted to vice president of shared services for R.H. White Companies. She has gained the respect of employees and leaders for the work she has done in organizing and developing the human resources and safety organizations into true service providers. She joined the firm in November […]

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Three New Hires at KBE

Three New Hires at KBE

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Farmington, CT – KBE Building Corporation is adding key project staff to its Northeast operations, with the recent hire of two new project managers, Simon Bernard and Robert Leo, and a new safety and quality control manager, Brian Patenaude. Bernard has 20 years of experience as a project manager in retail, higher education, K-12 schools, and […]

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Development of Brownfield Sites

Development of Brownfield Sites

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Warren Kirshenbaum The idea of taking on a brownfield site for redevelopment can be intimidating, especially for developers who don’t have experience remediating contaminated land. However, the term “brownfield” when describing a property does not need to conjure up the daunting image of a Superfund level cleanup. There is no one “face” of a […]

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CBC Event Focuses on CT Higher Ed Expanding With Intelligence

CBC Event Focuses on CT Higher Ed Expanding With Intelligence

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hamden, CT – Intelligent Expansion to Expand Intelligence was the topic for the Connecticut Building Congress April program, held at the Cascade in Hamden on April 14. The panel discussion focused on ways in which higher education institutions in Connecticut are expanding their facilities intelligently while still achieving their core mission. Representatives from both private and […]

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Bialecki Joins Redgate

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Redgate recently announced that former Mass. Housing and Economic Development Secretary Greg Bialecki has joined the firm as executive vice president. Redgate is a multifaceted real estate advisory, development, project management, and investment firm that includes the residential company Gate Residential Properties, LLC. In his new role at Redgate, Bialecki will lead business development […]

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