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MassCEC Funds Clean Energy Companies

| April 2, 2018

Boston – The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) announced $200,000 in investments for four early-stage clean energy companies in Cambridge and Somerville as part of AccelerateMass, a program designed to provide funding to Massachusetts-based startup companies that recently graduated from business accelerator programs. MassCEC awarded a convertible note of $50,000 to each of the following […]

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RDK Helps GE Win $221K in Grants

| March 14, 2018

Boston – General Electric has been awarded a grant of $221,000 for the design and installation of an ice storage system at its new, state-of-the-art headquarters, expected to be complete in 2019. RDK Engineers, AECOM, and Suffolk Construction combined efforts to make up the application team for this grant. The grant comes from the Baker-Polito administration’s […]

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Froling Energy Installs Dry Wood Chip Boiler for Applegate Apartments

Froling Energy Installs Dry Wood Chip Boiler for Applegate Apartments

| February 23, 2018

Bennington, VT – In 2017, the 103 units at Applegate Apartments underwent some significant changes that have reduced heating costs by over 50%. The changes include new windows, insulation, new roofing, and siding. These were huge improvements, but the biggest change was conversion to a biomass-fired district heat distribution system that linked the complex’s 23 […]

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Arden Engineering Provides Complete HVAC Upgrade for Trinity Rep

Arden Engineering Provides Complete HVAC Upgrade for Trinity Rep

| February 23, 2018

Providence, RI – Arden Engineering Constructors, a subsidiary of Arden Building Companies, provided complete design-build services for Trinity Repertory Company’s HVAC upgrade of its theaters and ancillary spaces. Originally built in 1910 in as a vaudeville performance house, the five-story theater’s HVAC system had long since outlived its period of efficient service. The upgrade involved […]

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Ayer Electric Completes Solar Array

Ayer Electric Completes Solar Array

| February 23, 2018

Moltonborough, NH – In late December 2017, New Hampshire’s largest solar PV array went online, as NECA New Hampshire Division electrical contractor, Ayer Electric, Inc., of Barrington, completed installation of the 2.59MW solar project in Moltonborough for utility company New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC). The general contractor was Ameresco of Framingham, Mass. The owner is […]

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William F. Lynch Mechanical Contractors Complete the Hart Center at College of the Holy Cross

William F. Lynch Mechanical Contractors Complete the Hart Center at College of the Holy Cross

| February 22, 2018

Worcester – William F. Lynch Mechanical Contractors recently completed the HVAC and plumbing work for the Hart Center at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. The newly renovated and expanded Hart Center, completed in various phases over the past 21 months, will provide student-athletes with facilities consistent with those offered by other Division I […]

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Beacon Piping on Team for UMass Project

Beacon Piping on Team for UMass Project

| February 21, 2018

Boston – Beacon Piping is part of the team delivering the new underground utilities corridor on the UMass Boston campus. The utility system serving the university is being replaced and relocated in a more efficient configuration circling the campus. This comprehensive project includes 10,000 LFT of electrical duct bank, 10,000 LFT of telecommunications duct bank, […]

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Recent CES Promotions

Recent CES Promotions

| February 20, 2018

Middletown, CT – Consulting Engineering Services (CES), a national, full-service MEP firm, announced the promotion of Derek Bride, Vincent Burns, and Michael Bouchard to shareholders and associates of the company.   Derek Bride, an Associate and Senior Mechanical Engineer at CES became a shareholder of the company. Derek is President of the ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, […]

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