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Thoughtful Design Solutions Makes a Difference in Senior Living Environments

Thoughtful Design Solutions Makes a Difference in Senior Living Environments

| April 29, 2016

by  Nicole M. Owens and Myles R. Brow By 2050, the number of senior Americans with Alzheimer’s, or some other kind of dementia, is estimated to reach 13.8 million, triple the number affected today. Two senior living communities in Connecticut, which provide care to residents with memory challenges, are leading the way medical research influences thoughtful […]

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Wynn and Suffolk Employees Take Part in City of Everett Spring Clean Up

Wynn and Suffolk Employees Take Part in City of Everett Spring Clean Up

| April 29, 2016

Everett, MA – Employee volunteers from Wynn and Suffolk Construction teamed up to perform some spring cleaning on the Northern Strand Community Trail – that will eventually connect to the Wynn Boston Harbor project. The Wynn and Suffolk teams pitched in to help the cities of Everett and Malden on a massive cleanup of this popular […]

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Kaplan Begins Work on Lyman School Apartments

Kaplan Begins Work on Lyman School Apartments

| April 29, 2016

  Boston –  Kaplan Construction, a WBE general contractor and construction management firm,  has begun renovations for the Lyman School Apartments, an affordable apartment community  in East Boston The senior low-income housing apartment project is being subsidized by the federal government’s Housing and Urban Development Division (HUD) and supported by the East Boston Community Development […]

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Alnylam Breaks Ground on New Manufacturing Facility

Alnylam Breaks Ground on New Manufacturing Facility

| April 29, 2016

Boston – State and community officials, including Charlie Baker, the Governor of Massachusetts; Kimberly Haugstad, executive director of the Hemophilia Federation of America; Travis McCready, president and chief executive officer of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center and Lisa Nelson, senior district representative to U.S. Congressman Joseph Kennedy III, were in attendance to celebrate the official […]

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Daniel Marr & Son Erects Steel at Logan Airport’s Terminal E

Daniel Marr & Son Erects Steel at Logan Airport’s Terminal E

| April 28, 2016

by Katherine Marr In December 2015, Daniel Marr & Son (DM&S) began work for steel fabricator Suncor / National Metals as part of the Terminal E Renovations and Enhancements Project at Boston’s Logan Airport. By way of a partnership with general contractor Suffolk Construction and Massport Capitol Programs, the project consists of approximately 110,000sf of […]

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NECTF Hosts First Career Connections Conference

| April 28, 2016

Millbury, MA – The New England Carpenters Training Fund (NECTF) hosted its first Career Connections Conference recently to increase awareness of the curriculum developed by the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) for high school and pre-apprenticeship carpentry programs. The conference was held at the central training facility for the New England Regional Council of Carpenters […]

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ECM Launches New 3D Surveying Division

ECM Launches New 3D Surveying Division

| April 28, 2016

Topsfield, MA – ECM – Global Measurement Solutions (East Coast Metrology) announced the official launch of its new division dedicated to 3D surveying and building information modeling (BIM) services. Metrology instruments are no longer just for metrology labs and manufacturing plants. As the quality control industry continues to evolve, the need for 3D surveying is […]

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Devaney Named Director of Business Development

Devaney Named Director of Business Development

| April 28, 2016

Auburn, MA – David White  announced that Christopher Devaney has joined R.H. White Companies in the position of director of business development. He will focus on working with the company executives and business unit leaders to find and secure business and build relationships. His primary functions are to provide overall business development leadership and support to […]

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Revitalizing Watertown

Revitalizing Watertown

| April 27, 2016

  Editor’s note:  reprinted from DiPrete Engineering’s newsletter posted on April 19, 2016 Watertown, MA – DiPrete Engineering is working in collaboration with Studio Troika, the project architect, and property owner, Mitchell Kassler of Edgewater Properties, on the revitalization of 150 Coolidge Avenue — a 26,000sf building in the heart of Watertown’s new development. DiPrete […]

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Memory Care Gardens

Memory Care Gardens

| April 27, 2016

by Rachel Sunnell Landscape architects create spaces for all types of clientele to add greenery, stone, structure, walkways, and much more. At Gawron Turgeon Architects (GTA) in Scarborough, Maine, their landscape architects are experts in memory care gardens and exterior spaces for their healthcare and senior living clients. Providing secured spaces that are welcoming, offering […]

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