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Suffolk Hosts Day for Children

 Suffolk Northeast’s Landmark Center project team (l-r): Standing are project administrator, Denise Rosario; project engineer, Jack Grant; assistant superintendent, Tim Gedrich; and assistant superintendent, Mike Bushey.  Foreground: Owen Spicer and Emily Whitesel (l) and Nicole Follmer and Kira Follmer-Gray (r).

Boston – Suffolk recently teamed with Samuel and Associates and Bright Horizons to celebrate the completion of Phase One of the Landmark Center project by reading to children at the Bright Horizons Family Center at Landmark.

Suffolk superintendent, Gavin MacPherson (l), and Winnie Bordman, Bright Horizons exec. director, reading to children

Suffolk’s project team hosted nearly 120 children for a Construction Play Day at the project site, located in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.

Suffolk superintendent, Gavin MacPherson, read the book “Mighty, Mighty Construction Site,” and the children were quizzed on construction flashcards, practiced Suffolk’s “labor scope” by transferring dirt to an excavator bucket, re-built the Landmark Center on a slightly smaller scale, and much more.

Phase One of the expansion and renovation of the historic Landmark Center office and retail building created more than two acres of new high quality, publicly accessible open space, including a new 1.1-acre open space along Park Drive opening in mid-2018, created a destination food hall featuring local chefs at the base of the existing building and created new open spaces and public realm improvements throughout the Landmark Center site.








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