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Tourneau at Copley Place Completed

Tourneau at Copley Place Completed

| July 25, 2016

After recently completing several boutiques in Boston’s distinguished Back Bay, including Tiffany & Co, Bottega Veneta, Hermes of Paris, Moncler, and AKRIS, Hirsch Construction Corp. has recently completed the Tourneau store at Copley Place. Tourneau, the largest authorized watch retailer in the United States featuring a wide range of world-famous watches, is an innovative “boutique […]

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Optimized Exterior Shading – When it’s Worth It

Optimized Exterior Shading – When it’s Worth It

| July 25, 2016

by Emma Van Lieshout Exterior Shading, when used correctly, can be extremely effective in optimizing the use of natural daylight, mitigating potential heat gain, and increasing occupant comfort. The usefulness of exterior shading depends on several factors; such as building size and orientation, function, location, and site conditions. Even in conditions that appeal to occupants’ […]

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CAG Completes Art Installation at Primecut/Mezzo

CAG Completes Art Installation at Primecut/Mezzo

| July 25, 2016

Providence, RI –  Corporate Art Group, Inc. (CAG) of East Greenwich,  has completed a figurative-themed art installation for the Primecut/Mezzo restaurant and nightclub in Providence. CAG’s on-staff graphic designer, Nicole Capobianco, and project art consultant, Briana Rignanese, were extraordinarily creative with their custom collage-making for the hip and urban space. A total of 12 custom […]

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Silvia and Victor Retire from MCA Board

Silvia and Victor Retire from MCA Board

| July 25, 2016

Quincy, MA – The New England MCA Board of Directors and Industry Improvement Fund Trustees recently celebrated the retirement of two longtime members. Tony Victor of Harry Grodsky & Co. Inc., who served on the MCA Board of Directors from 2006 to 2016, retired after many years in the industry. He was presented with a […]

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Maugel Completes The CCS Companies HQ

Maugel Completes The CCS Companies HQ

| July 25, 2016

Norwood, MA – Maugel Architects has completed the 40,000sf interior renovation of The CCS Companies headquarters located in Norwood. This is Maugel’s third project for The CCS Companies, a business process outsourcing organization. On the first floor, Maugel designed a new lobby featuring floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a glass and stainless steel stair rail that […]

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Brightview Assisted Living Complete

Brightview Assisted Living Complete

| July 25, 2016

Canton, MA – Brightview assisted living in Canton is a 160-unit facility that includes 95 independent living units, 40 assisted living units, and 25 Alzheimer units. Florence Electric completed a design-build turnkey installation consisting of power distribution, generator, lighting, and fire alarm system. Kaydon IT provided the telecommunications wiring infrastructure and low-voltage systems including door security, cameras, […]

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Nieuweboer Joins Market Square Architects

Nieuweboer Joins Market Square Architects

| July 25, 2016

Portsmouth, NH – Market Square Architects PLLC announced that Jason Nieuweboer has joined the firm as a project manager. He brings seven years of experience on both residential and commercial projects. “Jason understands the tectonics of buildings and how to turn a sketch into a working set of construction documents, that contractors actually enjoy working […]

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Emcor Group Donates $2.4M to NCMEC

Emcor Group Donates $2.4M to NCMEC

| July 22, 2016

Boston – Phillip Megna, President, EMCOR Services Northeast, Inc.; Robert Gallagher, President and CEO, J.C. Higgins Corp.; and James Lane, Senior VP and General Manager, Building Technology Engineers, Inc.(BTE), presented a $10,000 check to be donated to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) during ceremonies at the EMCOR In Greater Boston 9th Annual Charity Golf Event […]

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Advanced Manufacturing Tech Center Coming to ACC

Advanced Manufacturing Tech Center Coming to ACC

| July 22, 2016

Enfield, CT – Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) in Enfield recently broke ground on its new Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center. The new 27,000sf facility will expand and further support the existing facility/program. When the new building is completed, the ACC campus will have over 50,000sf of space dedicated to advance manufacturing technology programs. The architect for the project is […]

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Retailers Going Solar is Good for Business

Retailers Going Solar is Good for Business

| July 22, 2016

by Steve Bianchi Few areas of the country use more energy than New England, which is why our region must look to alternative energy to both decrease costs while improving our environment. At Solect Energy, we pride ourselves on installing more than 32 megawatts of commercial photovoltaic systems across New England. With an expertise in […]

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