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Manufacturing Facility Receives Bond for Expansion

Manufacturing Facility Receives Bond for Expansion

| July 21, 2020

Randolph, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $3,680,000 tax-exempt bond on behalf of Great Pond Land Partnership LLC, an affiliate of Cox Engineering Company, a Randolph company that offers a full line of HVAC products and services. Cox Engineering, which built its current manufacturing facility in 2017 using a $6.3 million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment, […]

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Health Care Response to COVID-19 Aided By Emergency Rental Equipment

Health Care Response to COVID-19 Aided By Emergency Rental Equipment

| March 26, 2020

by Erin Welch As we all know too well by now, hospital emergency departments are seeing a mass influx of patients with COVID-19 symptoms and concerns, in addition to their regular patient traffic for conditions unrelated to the virus. To mitigate the spread of the virus, accommodate increased capacity, and maintain the wellness of their […]

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MCA Makes Annual Donation to Worcester County Food Bank

MCA Makes Annual Donation to Worcester County Food Bank

| March 25, 2020

Hatfield, MA – Continuing with the vote taken by Industry Improvement Fund trustees to make the annual donation to area food banks within the territory of the association, the New England Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) made an official presentation to the Worcester County Food Bank on Feb. 20. MCA Executive VP, Stephen Affanato; Steve Kenney, […]

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Tim Fandel Takes the Reins at Local 12

Tim Fandel Takes the Reins at Local 12

| March 25, 2020

Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from The Pipeline: News and Information about the Eastern Massachusetts Plumbing Industry When the United Association appointed Harry Brett, Local 12’s business manager, to the position of special representative for the New England region, it left a leadership void at the union. In early 2020, Tim Fandel was elected […]

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Clean Rooms Leave Little Room for Air

Clean Rooms Leave Little Room for Air

| March 25, 2020

by Jon Haehnel BVH was recently asked to undertake envelope commissioning as part of a university science building renovation that included a new, subterranean clean room to accommodate a highly sensitive electron microscope. This instrument clean room included isolation from acoustic noise, airborne vibration, electromagnetic fields and envelope tightness capable of maintaining moisture migration into […]

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Glynn Electric Opens R.I. Office

Glynn Electric Opens R.I. Office

| March 25, 2020

Cranston, RI – Glynn Electric, one of the largest electrical contractors in Massachusetts, announced the opening of a new office on Comstock Parkway in Cranston. Executives said the move is aimed at extending the firm’s regional reach and enabling more efficient service for new and existing commercial and residential customers in Rhode Island. Keith Blanco […]

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Aldon Electric Completes Solar Landfill Project

Aldon Electric Completes Solar Landfill Project

| March 24, 2020

Ashland, MA – Aldon Electric, Inc., based in Weymouth, has completed electrical construction of the 5.8MW ground-mount solar array project on a 12-acre capped landfill, a Superfund site, located at 50 MBTA Access Road in Ashland.   The project team included GC, CS Energy of Edison, N.J.; EE, RLC Engineering of Hallowell, Maine; and owner […]

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