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Valley Steel Stamp Expands

| July 10, 2018

Greenville, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $1.9 million bond for CJBW Stamp LLC, the real estate arm of Valley Steel Stamp, which will use bond proceeds to construct a 17,500sf building in the Greenfield Industrial Park that the company will then lease. The new building will be next to an existing 27,500sf building that […]

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J&M Brown Provides Electrical for Theater Restoration

J&M Brown Provides Electrical for Theater Restoration

| June 15, 2018

Boston – Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) recently opened the newly refurbished and restored Emerson Colonial Theatre to the public for the first preview performance of the world premiere pre-Broadway engagement of Moulin Rouge! The Musical on June 27. NECA Boston Chapter member J&M Brown Company has provided the historic Colonial Theatre’s elaborate and highly detailed electrical and lighting renovations. Through […]

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JCC To Renovate With MassDev Bond

JCC To Renovate With MassDev Bond

| June 14, 2018

Newton, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $10.6 million tax-exempt bond for JCC Greater Boston, a nonprofit local Jewish community organization. JCC Greater Boston will use bond proceeds to renovate a three-story physical education wing at its Leventhal-Sidman Center in Newton. These changes will include renovations to the locker rooms and men’s health center, as […]

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Kaplan Renovating St. Paul’s Church

Kaplan Renovating St. Paul’s Church

| June 13, 2018

Brookline, MA – Kaplan Construction recently announced it is renovating St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, founded in 1849. Serving as construction manager, Kaplan will oversee interior and exterior renovations to the existing church, including reconstructing the children’s education space to accommodate additional Sunday school and youth programming. Designed by the architectural team of studioMLA of Brookline and David […]

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859 Mass Ave. Completed

859 Mass Ave. Completed

| June 8, 2018

Cambridge, MA – Cambridge Health and Human Services Department and Cambridge-based HMFH Architects recently completed a new 10-unit emergency shelter residence within a now historically-preserved and sustainably-designed 19th Century building. The Cambridge Historical Commission honored the project and the City with a 2018 Cambridge Preservation Award. The 1885 period home once stood among a row of stately […]

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Bomes Theater To Be Renovated

Bomes Theater To Be Renovated

| May 21, 2018

Providence, RI – The Bomes Theatre is being taken over by Fernando J. Tavares, owner of Tavares LLC, a local general contractor, the city recently announced. The theater, located at 1017 Broad St., was built in 1921 as a theater and portions of it later were converted to retail use, including as a furniture store […]

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Major Renovation for Housing Community

Major Renovation for Housing Community

| May 14, 2018

Boston – MassHousing has provided $3.3 million in affordable housing financing to the nonprofit Newton Community Development Foundation (NCDF), the management agent for the renovation of the historic Weeks School Apartments. The general contractor will be Essex Builders Corporation The $3.3 million permanent loan from MassHousing will allow NCDF to undertake extensive exterior repairs at the 75-unit mixed-income community, […]

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Jewett Completes Historic Restoration in Salem

Jewett Completes Historic Restoration in Salem

| May 10, 2018

Salem, MA – Jewett Construction of Raymond, N.H., has completed the 24,000sf restoration and three-story addition to the property at 90 Washington St. in Salem. The project involved the transformation and repair of a historic building into a new and modern space. The building design was a creation of Mark Meche of Winter Street Architects […]

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Marr Takes on a Big Little Project

Marr Takes on a Big Little Project

| May 8, 2018

Boston – Emerson College’s Little Building, converted into a dormitory and dining hall in 1995, is now undergoing a two-year construction project. The work will replace the existing façade, renovate the dining hall and student social space, and upgrade and increase student rooms, adding 290 new student beds to the existing 750. Marr Scaffolding Company’s Shoring […]

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