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Moakley Park Poised to be Exemplary Waterfront Park

Moakley Park Poised to be Exemplary Waterfront Park

| April 25, 2019

  Boston – Moakley Park, a 60-acre community park in South Boston, floods regularly — even minimal rain events cause the playing fields to become unusable and unsafe. Coupled with the fact that Boston’s largest waterfront park sits at a critical breach point for South Boston and with a projected 21-inch to 36-inch in sea […]

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Mayor Walsh Appoints Six to Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee

| April 5, 2019

Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) recently announced six new appointments to the Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee. The appointments represent a wide range of stakeholders in the Roxbury neighborhood. Catherine Hardaway: chair, City of Boston Neighborhood Trust; former co-chair, Dudley Vision Committee. Nefertiti Lawrence: mathematics […]

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VTD Bus Maintenance Facility Completed

VTD Bus Maintenance Facility Completed

| March 14, 2019

Derby, CT – Construction of the Valley Transit District (VTD) bus maintenance and storage facility in Derby was recently completed O&G was the general contractor for the project that included improvements to the existing facility at 41 Main Street. As a part of the project, a new 4,500sf addition and a 3,500sf wash bay for […]

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Bowdoin Completes DCF Building

Bowdoin Completes DCF Building

| March 12, 2019

Plymouth, MA – Bowdoin recently completed construction of a new build-to-suit 32,700sf office complex, to house the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The new building is constructed of structural steel, metal panels, and glass. Interior spaces include reception, open office workstations, conference rooms, case worker offices, and support space. Bowdoin worked with Foxrock Properties […]

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Weymouth to Build New Library

Weymouth to Build New Library

| January 24, 2019

Weymouth, MA – CTA Construction Managers has been awarded a contract for the new $24.1 million 50,000sf Tufts Library in Weymouth. The project is a cooperative venture between the town of Weymouth and the Massachusetts Public Library Construction Program, that awarded Weymouth over $12 million for the construction of a new library. CTA Construction is […]

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 Mayor Walsh, Citizens Bank Announce New Workforce Partnership

 Mayor Walsh, Citizens Bank Announce New Workforce Partnership

| November 15, 2018

Boston – Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Citizens Bank CEO Bruce Van Saun and Citizens Bank Massachusetts president Jerry Sargent recently unveiled a half-million dollar investment into programming designed to provide resources and active support to Greater Boston residents who face the greatest obstacles to full-time employment – minorities, veterans, women and at-risk youth. As part […]

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$10M Approved for Community and Senior Center

$10M Approved for Community and Senior Center

| November 8, 2018

Willimantic, CT – The town of Windham has approved a $10-million appropriation to build a new community and senior center. QA+M Architecture is designing the new 30,000sf facility located at the site of the old Jillson Square theaters in the center of downtown Willimantic. The design features multi-function and dining spaces, senior and social services offices, […]

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Ground Breaking for Commuter Rail Station

Ground Breaking for Commuter Rail Station

| November 6, 2018

Pawtucket, RI – Groundbreaking ceremonies were held recently for the new Pawtucket-Central Falls Commuter Rail Station and Bus Hub.The new intermodal transit center will allow riders to switch modes easily between commuter rail and RIPTA’s statewide bus network. When complete, the commuter rail stop will join three other stations (Providence, T.F. Green, and Wickford Junction) […]

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DATMA Gets First Grant

DATMA Gets First Grant

| November 6, 2018

New Bedford, MA – The Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute (DATMA)  has been awarded its first grant of $27,500 from the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts (CFSEMA) . The funding will directly support DATMA’s upcoming public art installations, including its inaugural exhibit, Summer Winds, taking place in New Bedford in summer 2019. Launched in September […]

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Reconstruction Begins in Upham’s Corner

| November 5, 2018

Boston – Historic Boston Inc. has begun reconstruction of  Upham’s Corner Comfort Station, on Columbia Road in Dorchester, that will transform the building into Sip ‘&’ Spoke, a café, bike repair shop and meeting place for the neighborhood. The City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development designated the redevelopment to the partnership of Historic Boston Inc. […]

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