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Kenney & Sams Hosts Annual Mixer

Kenney & Sams Hosts Annual Mixer

| September 16, 2019

Boston – Kenney & Sams recently hosted its annual Semi- St. Patty’s Day Cocktail Party at MJ O’Connors Park Plaza Hotel in Boston.      

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2019 JATC Program NECA’s Largest

2019 JATC Program NECA’s Largest

| September 16, 2019

Dorchester, MA – NECA Boston Chapter and IBEW Local 103 reported that the 2019 first-year Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) of Greater Boston apprenticeship class is the largest, most diverse in the program’s history.  The incoming class is comprised of 409 apprentices and includes 362 men, 47 women, 155 minorities and 30 U.S. military veterans. […]

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Lowell Affordable Housing Receives Financing

Lowell Affordable Housing Receives Financing

| September 13, 2019

Lowell, MA – MassDevelopment has participated with Washington Savings Bank to provide a $3,062,700 loan to Residence at Mill Square LLC, an affiliate of Degmar Development Corp. Degmar used proceeds to buy a parcel at 27 West Third St. in Lowell, on which it is building a 21-unit affordable rental housing facility to be called […]

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Clements Promoted to Staff Architect

Clements Promoted to Staff Architect

| September 13, 2019

Hamden, CT  – Hoffmann Architects, an architecture and engineering firm specializing in the rehabilitation of building exteriors, announced the promotion of a member of the Virginia technical staff. J. Christopher Clements, AIA earned a promotion to staff architect, recognizing his advanced credentials, experience, and contributions to the firm. After joining Hoffmann Architects in 2015 as […]

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Nauset Completes Central Square Development

Nauset Completes Central Square Development

| September 13, 2019

Cambridge, MA – Nauset Construction has completed Ten Essex, a mixed-use development consisting of 46 apartments and 3,000sf of retail, in the heart of the revitalized Central Square Cultural and Business District. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held in July and occupants began moving into Ten Essex in September. Designed by Golden Architects of Quincy, […]

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BPDA Approves New Boston Projects

BPDA Approves New Boston Projects

| September 13, 2019

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) board of directors approved development projects in neighborhoods across the city of Boston, which will result in new market-rate and income-restricted residential units, economic development, and jobs. Overall, the approved development projects will create an additional 286 residential units, including 49 income-restricted units, and 307 trade jobs, […]

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Health Sciences Firm Promotes Four

Health Sciences Firm Promotes Four

| September 13, 2019

Washington – E4H Environments for Health Architecture, a healthcare and health sciences firm, recently announced four promotions. John Gillham, AIA, NCARB, has been promoted to associate partner. Gillham leads the N.Y. office’s Health Science initiatives and coordinates office staffing and future planning. Gillham brings significant experience in diverse healthcare project types, including clinical laboratories, research […]

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ICYMI: Construction Institute’s 25th Annual Golf Classic

ICYMI: Construction Institute’s 25th Annual Golf Classic

| September 12, 2019

Hebron, CT – The Construction Institute (CI) hosted its 25th Annual Golf Classic at Blackledge Country Club on September 11.  Anastasia Barnes, Sara Mannes and Brett Sooy of High-Profile Monthly volunteered for the mid-morning portion of the event. The event began with a continental breakfast followed by a shotgun start and lunch. After the tournament, […]

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What You Need to Know About the New Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

What You Need to Know About the New Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

| September 12, 2019

Submitted by Lindsay M. Burke, director, Kenney & Sams Last year, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFML) into law. This new law significantly changes the landscape for employers in Massachusetts. Summary of the New Law The PFML gives certain eligible employees access to paid leave benefits, beginning […]

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Griffin Elec. Helps Students

Griffin Elec. Helps Students

| September 12, 2019

Holliston, MA – Wayne J. Griffin Electric recently donated new school supplies to two local community non-profits to help students get a successful start to the new school year.  As a result of the efforts and generosity of Griffin’s employees, over 75 backpacks filled with supplies were distributed to kids ranging in ages from pre-school […]

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