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Jewett to Transform Portland ScrubaDub

Jewett to Transform Portland ScrubaDub

| April 22, 2019

Portland, ME – ScrubaDub, a third-generation family-owned car wash company with locations all over New England, has selected Jewett Construction to renovate and add onto its existing wash facility on Forest Avenue in Portland. Over the next few months, Jewett will be providing major site improvements, exterior renovations, and the construction of a new retail […]

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Work Underway on Manchester Residence Inn

Work Underway on Manchester Residence Inn

| April 17, 2019

PROCON Architect and CM Manchester, NH – Work is underway on an 82,200sf upscale Residence Inn by Marriott located at 40 Lake Avenue in the heart of historic downtown Manchester. The owner, AAM 15 Management of Burlington, Mass., selected local firm PROCON of Hooksett, N.H., as the architect and construction manager for the project. The […]

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SLAM Completes Outpatient Suites

SLAM Completes Outpatient Suites

| April 10, 2019

New Britain, CT – The integrated design and construction team at SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative and S/L/A/M Construction Services) has completed several outpatient suites on the first floor of Hartford Healthcare’s The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain. The team worked with facility managers to budget, design, and build the transformative project, which included […]

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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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Mystic Seaport Museum Awarded

Mystic Seaport Museum Awarded

| March 11, 2019

Centerbrook, CT – The Centerbrook Architects & Planners-designed Thompson Exhibition Building at Mystic Seaport Museum has been recognized with a national award by WoodWorks – Wood Products Council. The Thompson Exhibition Building was recognized in the “Commercial Wood Design – Low-Rise” category — one of nine national awards bestowed by WoodWorks. This is the fourth […]

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Groundbreaking Held for Shepaug AgSTEM Project

Groundbreaking Held for Shepaug AgSTEM Project

| February 18, 2019

Washington, CT – A groundbreaking was recently held to kick off the Shepaug Valley (Region 12) Regional Agriscience STEM Academy project. The project includes the construction of a new, 52,000sf Agriscience STEM center that will include classrooms, laboratory space (food science, plant science, veterinary science, small animal and computer labs), storage areas, outbuildings, animal growing […]

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Svigals to Design Memorial Garden

Svigals to Design Memorial Garden

| February 6, 2019

New Haven, CT – After years of advocacy and planning efforts, a partnership of concerned mothers in New Haven has teamed up with architecture and planning firm Svigals + Partners to design a memorial garden in honor of victims of gun violence. The memorial could be open to the public as soon as this summer. […]

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Engineering Ventures Adds Three New Owners

Engineering Ventures Adds Three New Owners

| February 6, 2019

Burlington, VT – Engineering Ventures, PC, with offices in Burlington, Vt., Lebanon, N.H., and Schenectady, N.Y., has announced the addition of Matthew Ernst, PE, Clark Agnew, PE, and Michael Dussault, PE, as owners. Ernst, structural project engineer/principal, is a project manager in the structural group working from the Burlington office on projects throughout New England. Agnew, structural project engineer/principal, […]

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KBE Promotes Moore

KBE Promotes Moore

| January 28, 2019

Farmington, CT – Adam Moore, LEED AP, CCM, has been promoted to project executive at KBE Building Corporation. He has 24 years of construction industry experience, 21 of those with KBE. He joined the regional construction services firm in 1998 as a project coordinator and over the years has progressed through the company. In 2014, […]

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Restoration of Historic Brick Masonry

Restoration of Historic Brick Masonry

| January 25, 2019

by Arthur L. Sanders Repointing, repair, partial rebuilding, or replacement of brick masonry on a historic or landmark structure can be time-consuming, noisy, and dust-producing work, with scaffolding covering the building for some time. It can be tempting to look for a fast, easy solution. Once an investigation identifies problem conditions, Band-Aid repairs, such as […]

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