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NECA Boston Holds Training Workshops

NECA Boston Holds Training Workshops

| December 16, 2016

Dorchester, MA – On November 16 and 17 at the Greater Boston JATC, NECA Boston  conducted workshops focused on Revit MEP and Building Information Modeling (BIM).  The continuing-ed program presented the fundamental features of Revit MEP to NECA members, and then progressed through schematic design, system analysis, construction documentation, and design visualization.The second workshop in the […]




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AEI Delivers Energy Map of Boston

AEI Delivers Energy Map of Boston

| November 4, 2016

Boston – Advanced Energy Intelligence LLC (AEI) of Carlisle, has delivered an energy map explorer that shows energy and water usage in the city of Boston for over 450 buildings and 15 million sf in the Boston public schools, fire department, police department, public library, and public works. The explorer is available online at www.aeintelligence.com/city-of-boston. AEI developed […]




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BSC Group Welcomes Paille

BSC Group Welcomes Paille

| April 4, 2016

Boston – BSC Group recently welcomed William Paille, PE, as Manager of Transportation in its Boston, office. Paille will immediately augment the firm’s depth of transportation, bicycle, and pedestrian design services with his extensive knowledge of the Commonwealth’s transportation planning and engineering needs. In his more than 20 years of experience, Paille has earned an understanding […]




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Mayor Walsh Kicks Off UFI Education Training Center

| September 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh recently joined a team including Historic Boston Inc.; The Trust for Public Land; and the Urban Farming Institute of Boston, North Bennet Street School;  along with the Mattapan community, to celebrate the start of the transformation of the historic, 18th-century Fowler Clark Epstein Farm house, barn, and land […]




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Regis College Celebrates Ribbon Cutting – Suffolk CM, Sasaki Architects

Regis College Celebrates Ribbon Cutting – Suffolk CM, Sasaki Architects

| September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Weston, MA – After a year-and-a-half modernizing its campus through a sweeping master redevelopment plan, Regis cut the ribbon on new construction recently. A beautiful grassy quadrangle, new suite-style residence hall, and redesigned library entrance and foyer now articulate the heart of the campus, which is marked at eastern and western entrances by the Regis […]




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Acella Construction Managers Donate Time, Resources to Franklin Park Zoo Project

Acella Construction Managers Donate Time, Resources to Franklin Park Zoo Project

| June 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Acella Construction Corporation recently completed construction of a camel structure for the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston. This structure will serve as a nighttime shelter for two domesticated camels that will be visiting the zoo over the summer and offering guests at the zoo up-close encounters and rides. The camel project served as […]




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Net Zero Strategies for Life Science Buildings

Net Zero Strategies for Life Science Buildings

| June 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Andrew P. Simpson Fortunately, a growing trend in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry has been the drive toward net zero building energy use. Typically considered too energy-intensive with high equipment and ventilation needs, life science facilities have often been overlooked for net zero consideration. A combination of many new and existing technologies, however, […]




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WSP Names Robbins Sr. VP of Boston office

WSP Names Robbins Sr. VP of Boston office

| June 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Scott Robbins, P.E., has been named a senior vice president in the Boston office of WSP, a global engineering and professional services organization. In his new position, he will manage design efforts for academic and science/technology projects throughout New England and nationwide. He has over 24 years of engineering, construction, and project management experience, specializing in […]




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Shawmut Promotes Directors Within Rapidly Growing Divisions

Shawmut Promotes Directors Within Rapidly Growing Divisions

| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Shawmut Design and Construction recently announced the promotion of two project executives to directors of its hotels and sports venues divisions. John Tobin, director of hotels, and Eric Geisler, director of sports venues, will continue to build on their respective divisions’ exponential growth and bolster market expansion plans. As director of hotels, Tobin will grow […]




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Rhino PR and Clockwork Design Group Announce Award-Winning Client Website

Rhino PR and Clockwork Design Group Announce Award-Winning Client Website

| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Rhino Public Relations, a specialty public relations and marketing agency, and Clockwork Design Group (CDGI), a boutique web and graphic design firm, announced that their joint efforts on the Hobbs Brook Management website were acknowledged by SMPS Boston in its annual marketing communications awards program in Boston. Rhino PR provided content development, overall project […]




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