Corporate Real Estate Restoration/Renovation

Integrated Builders Completes Two Renovations


Sunset Lane Apartments

Rockland, MA – Integrated Builders Inc. recently announced the completion of two renovations.

Sunset Lake Apartments located at 20 Pond Street in Braintree, a former nursing home site, now hosts 27 upscale units.

This development marks the second time Integrated Builders has collaborated with Messina Enterprises, owner of the property.

Integrated Builders’ superintendent Mike Kelly and project managers Bob Purdy and John Concannon led the team, while architects Habeeb & Associates, structural engineers Amolins Structural Consultants, MEP engineers South Shore Construction Consultants, and civil engineers Strategic Technology Solutions, provided support services throughout the development process.

To accommodate the apartment style layout, the building was completely gutted, leaving only the structure as the platform for all new systems and components to be installed. With one- and two-bedroom options, each apartment offers open floor plans, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a washer/dryer.

Additionally, the community features all new entrances, elevators, stairwells, windows, and roofs, as well as new drainage, water, sewer, gas, and electrical systems.

Notably, a water recharge system was installed under the parking lot to pretreat roof and parking lot water discharge back into the soil.

Integrated Builders - 10 Oceana-2

10 Oceana Drive

Integrated Builders also completed the renovation of a 40,000sf office building at 10 Oceana Drive in Canton. The project comprised over $1.5 million in renovations.

Project manager Bob Purdy and superintendent Chris Dennis worked alongside the building’s owner, Equity Industrial Partners, throughout the development. Architects Maugel Architects completed the design aspects.

The renovations included new windows and entrances to the facility, new bathroom cores, and added elevators to make working and moving throughout the building easier for tenants. Furthermore, new HVAC systems were installed to help provide the property with more energy-efficient systems.