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Waterfront Square Development Progressing

Waterfront Square Development Progressing

| November 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Revere, MA – Eurovest Development Inc. (Eurovest) lead a discussion recently regarding the ongoing progress of its Waterfront Square project in Revere.The $500,000,000, 1.3 million sf, mixed-use development is located along Ocean Avenue . The presentation was part of the planned program at the “2014 Revere Economic Development Summit” featuring elected officials, regional policy experts, […]

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Maugel Architects Reaps Benefits of Boston’s Suburban Market Revitalization  

| November 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Harvard, MA – Maugel Architects has had a busy year. The continuing trend of re-positioning suburban assets has resulted in a flurry of new commissions for the firm. The popular ”live-work-play” lifestyle, so readily available in urban settings, is now being embraced along Route 95/128 in Burlington and Waltham, and in many office campus settings […]

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Lockamy Joins WorldTech Team  

| November 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Woburn, MA – WorldTech recently welcomed Tyler Lockamy, M.A. to the position of GIS Analyst. His field of studies includes geographic information science, applied geography and geospatial technology. Lockamy is known for pushing technical limits to find new solutions. WorldTech expects that his drive and solid knowledge of field-related technology and environmental resource planning will […]

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CWA Helps Spark Sustainable Discoveries

CWA Helps Spark Sustainable Discoveries

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hartford, CT -Yale’s Center for Green Chemistry and Engineering, an interdisciplinary group of chemists and engineers, has recently moved into its newly dedicated research space. The Green Chemistry Lab will  serve as ground zero for fulfilling the center’s mission to develop chemical products and processes that have low or no environmental impacts. Located in the […]

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Deconstruction Construction

Deconstruction Construction

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Colm Allen Even though business is booming, we all know the margins in construction are decreasing – at least with hard bid. Profit percentages are so tight, it’s hard to get an edge. With information so freely available, even the laziest of owners can figure out their contractors’ margins, risk, ratings etc. If your […]

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Ground Breaks at Seaport Square for Our Lady Of Good Voyage Chapel

Ground Breaks at Seaport Square for Our Lady Of Good Voyage Chapel

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boston –  Morgan Stanley, Boston Global Investors,  and the Archdiocese of Boston, broke ground for Our Lady of Good Voyage Chapel at 51 Seaport Boulevard.  The construction of a new chapel signifies a historic intersection of old and new as the Archdiocese officially joins the 23-acre Seaport Square project, the largest approved planned development area […]

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SLAM Atlanta Moves Into New Digs

SLAM Atlanta Moves Into New Digs

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Glanstonbury, CT and Atlanta, GA – The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Inc., (SLAM), recently announced it will be moving its Atlanta office into a new 7,000sf space at Ponce City Market. SLAM’s 20-person Atlanta office, which will be open for business on Monday, Nov. 24, is on the building’s fourth floor overlooking the new mixed-use development’s sustainable, green roof-top […]

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Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University

Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

 Spotlight on a CBC Project Team Award Winner AND Toys for Tots Collection. Hamden , CT – Connecticut Building Congress’s December program will feature a panel including Quinnipiac University, the facility owner, as well as the architect and construction company discussing the award winning museum project. The speaker panel will include Salvatore Filardi, vice president, facilities and capital planning, Quinnipiac University; Leonard […]

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Dacon Constructs LEED-Certified High-Bay Logistics Center

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Londonderry, NH – Dacon was hired by Prologis, a national developer of distribution centers and industrial properties, as the design builder for a 614,240sf LEED-certified high-bay logistics center located at 52 Pettengill Road, adjacent to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Londonderry. This conventional steel and precast concrete panel building is one of the largest modern […]

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Bruner/Cott Completes  Café at the UMass Amherst

Bruner/Cott Completes  Café at the UMass Amherst

| November 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Cambridge, MA  – Bruner/Cott & Associates announced the completion of the Blue Wall Café, an estimated $15 million transformation of the 32,000sf, LEED Silver (CI-Retail) Lincoln Campus Center (LCC) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass). Inspired by European restaurants and named for its blue-lit periphery wall, the café, houses 12 individual cuisine options and evokes a casual, urban, dining experience […]

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