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Bowdoin Completes Office Fit-Out for Linguamatics

Bowdoin Completes Office Fit-Out for Linguamatics

| October 25, 2017

Marlborough, MA – Bowdoin recently completed a 6,600sf fit-out for Linguamatics’ new U.S. offices at 500 Nickerson Road in Marlborough. Designed by Maugel Architects, the project includes open-office workstations, a large conference room, meeting rooms, huddle rooms, a training room, and a break room. Work included new LED lighting, extensive glass wall systems with sliding […]

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EMD Serono Selects Erland

EMD Serono Selects Erland

| October 24, 2017

Billerica, MA – Erland Construction was selected by EMD Serono, Inc., the U.S. biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, to manage multiple phased projects at the company’s Billerica campus. During the first three phases of construction, Erland is renovating two labs and building new clean rooms inside Serono’s research center. Future projects to accommodate the […]

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BSC Names O’Brien CEO

BSC Names O’Brien CEO

| October 24, 2017

Boston – Sean P. O’Brien, PE, has been named chief executive officer of BSC Companies, Inc., an engineering, planning, science, and custom software solutions firm comprised of BSC Group, Inc. and Geonetics, Inc. He has immediate responsibility for the operational and financial management of BSC Group, and affiliate firm, Geonetics, Inc. He succeeds current CEO […]

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Siena Construction Completes AFFOA HQ

Siena Construction Completes AFFOA HQ

| October 20, 2017

Cambidge, MA – Did you think you would see the day when you had a life-changing conversation with your T-shirt? Siena Construction recently completed a building renovation project for a Cambridge-based textiles manufacturing firm that is making this seemingly science fiction-based dream a reality. Guests at the facility’s grand opening ceremony in June — including U.S. […]

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An Interview with Michael Carr of Touchplan, Part 3

An Interview with Michael Carr of Touchplan, Part 3

| October 12, 2017

The following interview with Michael Carr, president at Touchplan (a division MOCA Systems), is being published in High-Profile Monthly in four installments. Below is the third installment.   Scroll down to find links to all other installments.   HP: What are you most proud of in your career to date? MC: The staying power that we’re […]

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Suffolk Launches Smart Labs

Suffolk Launches Smart Labs

| October 6, 2017

  Boston – Suffolk has officially launched its first of several Smart Labs the company will use to identify, test, and scale new technologies intended to transform the construction experience and revolutionize the industry. Smart Labs will soon be located in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Tampa, and Boston, in addition to the Smart Lab […]

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A New Perspective: How Off-Site Modular Construction Weds Design Elegance with Cost-Saving Modern Construction Techniques

A New Perspective: How Off-Site Modular Construction Weds Design Elegance with Cost-Saving Modern Construction Techniques

| September 25, 2017

by Mark Durkin The New Wow Factor Associated with Standardized and Boxy but Functional Structures like Classroom Overflow Units Get ready to be wowed. New technologies in design software, manufacturing techniques, and materials have converged to create new design opportunities. Here are just a few of the possibilities: Customized and nonstandard architectural shapes (interior and […]

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Froling Installs Boiler System for Dept. of Corrections Facility

Froling Installs Boiler System for Dept. of Corrections Facility

| September 22, 2017

Boscawen, NH – Froling Energy of Peterborough recently completed the installation of a biomass boiler system at the Merrimack County Department of Corrections facility in Boscawen, in partnership with Johnson Controls, Inc. Two jail facilities sit close to each other on the Merrimack County Complex site. One jail has been continuously active, while the other […]

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BIM Simplifies Daylighting in Building Design

BIM Simplifies Daylighting in Building Design

| September 15, 2017

by Clarke Morrison Incorporating daylight in a building is a key strategy for passive design that impacts visual and thermal comfort. Architects and engineers use Building Information Modeling (BIM) software to produce design and documentation drawings. New daylighting analysis tools allow designers to leverage this technology to optimize natural lighting and create healthier and more […]

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