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Digital Ice-Breakers via LinkedIn

| July 18, 2019

This article originally appeared on SMPS Boston’s website. by Ken Lambert As we know, LinkedIn is a must-have for anyone today in sales, marketing, or new business development. There are plenty of gurus out there along with crash-courses on how to best use LinkedIn for maximum exposure and potential business or professional opportunity. Before you […]

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Creating a Living Building with Jessica Schultz and Sam Batchelor

Creating a Living Building with Jessica Schultz and Sam Batchelor

| July 18, 2019

by Emily Langner In episode #11 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia welcomed Sam Batchelor, partner at designLABArchitects, and Jessica Schultz, LFA, communications and living building coordinator of the Hitchcock Center for the Environment, to talk about the new Living Building Challenge (LBC) certification, a rigorous performance standard for buildings, and the Hitchcock Center’s recent […]

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citizenM  Opens Boston Hotel

citizenM Opens Boston Hotel

| July 18, 2019

Boston – citizenM, a new 272-room hotel  in Boston’s North is located close to the city’s major points of interest including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston Common, and the harbour, the hotel is connected to TD Garden – New England’s largest multipurpose arena for sports, concerts and conventions. The hotel was built in collaboration with long-time […]

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CT Firm Welcomes Three Designers

CT Firm Welcomes Three Designers

| July 17, 2019

Hamden, CT –  Silver / Petrucelli + Associates (S/P+A) announced that three new designers have recently joined the firm. S/P+A welcomes James Paul Dixon, RA, LEED AP as senior architect, Jennifer Lipset, NCIDQ as interior designer, and Humza Afzal as design professional. Dixon brings nearly 15 years of design experience throughout southeastern Connecticut and will […]

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MassDev Supports Casa Myrna

MassDev Supports Casa Myrna

| July 17, 2019

Boston – MassDevelopment has issued a $3,250,000 tax-exempt bond on behalf of Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc., Boston’s largest provider of domestic and dating-violence awareness efforts and support for survivors. Casa Myrna will use bond proceeds to buy and renovate the historic Rubina Ann Guscott building and an adjacent building in Dorchester’s Grove Hall neighborhood, which […]

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Dimeo Awarded Hilton Expansion

Dimeo Awarded Hilton Expansion

| July 17, 2019

Boston – Dimeo Construction Company was awarded the Hilton Garden Inn Expansion in East Boston. This 48,960sf project, designed by BMA Architectural Group, consists of a five-story, 83-room addition, and associated site improvements. Existing amenities include an indoor pool, a fitness center, a business center, flexible meeting and event space, and Garden Grille & Bar, […]

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Construction Complete on Complex at Tanglewood Festival

| July 16, 2019

Milford, MA – In time for the start of the summer 2019 season, Consigli Construction Co., Inc. has completed construction of a new four-building complex at the Tanglewood Festival in Lenox. The state-of-the-art Linde Center for Music and Learning will support the performances and rehearsal activities of the Tanglewood Music Center, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s […]

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QA+M Architecture Honored by NAHRO

QA+M Architecture Honored by NAHRO

| July 16, 2019

Farmington, CT – QA+M Architecture has been honored by The National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) with a 2019 Award of Merit for the Foran Towers Revitalization project. Foran Towers is a five-story, 42-unit affordable housing development built in the mid-1960s in Milford. The project was celebrated at the annual NAHRO conference on […]

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Peabody Housing Community to Remain Affordable for Residents

Peabody Housing Community to Remain Affordable for Residents

| July 16, 2019

Boston – MassHousing has closed on $49.3 million in affordable housing financing to WinnCompanies to preserve affordability for lower-income households at The Tannery in Peabody. WinnCompanies purchased the 284-unit affordable housing community under Chapter 40T, preventing the conversion of affordable apartments to market rates and protecting the tenancies of dozens of low-income residents. The MassHousing financing […]

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