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Best Practices in Sustainable Office Development

Best Practices in Sustainable Office Development

| April 6, 2019

by Bradley Cardoso If you’ve driven along Route 128, then you know construction activity is at an all-time high. According to the Boston office of Cresa, flex product in the suburban 128 market remains tight, as tenants’ need for clear height and highway access continues to gobble up viable alternatives. Class A, amenity-rich properties and […]

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The Softer Side of Surveying

The Softer Side of Surveying

| April 6, 2019

by Michael Feldman From the moment we moved into our new location at 152 Hampden St. in Roxbury, it was our objective at Feldman Land Surveyors to invest in local, diverse talent in Roxbury and Dorchester. When I first looked out my window at Orchard Gardens, I immediately envisioned a way to engage local talent […]

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Registration Now Open for WiMI Conference

Registration Now Open for WiMI Conference

| March 29, 2019

Chicago – MCAA and MSCA will be hosting the first Women in the Mechanical Industry Conference, bringing together women leaders from across the country. The conference will be held June 24 to 26 in Chicago. All women employed by an MSCA or MCAA member company are encouraged to join the conference. The program will feature […]

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Turner Observes Int. Women’s Day with SSHH

Turner Observes Int. Women’s Day with SSHH

| March 25, 2019

Duxbury, MA – Nearly 30 volunteers from Turner Construction honored International Women’s Day on March 8 by lending a hand to complete the construction of six new South Shore Habitat for Humanity (SSHH) homes in Duxbury. “Today we join the international community to celebrate women and their achievements,” said Evelyn Nelson, VP of development for […]

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Grants Awarded for Innovative Technologies

| March 25, 2019

Boston – The Baker-Polito administration awarded $759,556 in grants to support six innovative technical advancements for wastewater treatment facilities in Plymouth, Hull, Haverhill, Amherst, and Palmer. The funding, awarded through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) Wastewater Treatment Pilot program, supports publicly owned wastewater treatment districts and authorities in Massachusetts that demonstrate innovative wastewater treatment […]

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ARC Celebrates 50th Anniversary

ARC Celebrates 50th Anniversary

| March 21, 2019

Boston – ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, nationally recognized for its award-winning designs in education, life sciences, and athletics and recreation, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Founded in 1969 in Cambridge, and now based in Boston, ARC has consistently applied a collaborative approach to architecture, one based on a tradition of design excellence, client service, and enduring relationships. […]

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LandTech Hires Strom

LandTech Hires Strom

| March 20, 2019

Westford, MA – LandTech Consultants, a 3D technology-based civil engineering and land surveying firm, has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Kenneth Strom, PLS, as director of geomatics. He is a licensed professional land surveyor in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Vermont with 35 years of experience in surveying and 15 years experience in civil […]

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Suffolk Ventures Hires Myerson

Suffolk Ventures Hires Myerson

| March 8, 2019

Boston – Suffolk Ventures, an affiliate of Suffolk, has hired Sara Myerson, the former director of planning for the Boston Planning and Development Agency, as its new vice president. Previously, she served as the chief of staff and director of policy at Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) in Boston. She began her career at Goldman […]

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