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Red Bridge Awarded by BSA

Red Bridge Awarded by BSA

| April 24, 2017

Renovated by Beals and Thomas Worcester, MA – Beals and Thomas, Inc. was recently presented an Accessibility Award from the Boston Society of Architects for the renovation of the historic red bridge at Elm Park in Worcester. Approximately 19 acres, Elm Park is considered to be one of the oldest parks in the United States. […]

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Helical Drilling Announces Three Recent Completions

Helical Drilling Announces Three Recent Completions

| January 19, 2017

Braintree, MA – Helical Drilling Inc, a geotechnical design-build company, announced the completion of three recently completed projects.  The following is the summary of those completed projects: Helical Drilling completed work on an existing New Bedford, Mass., warehouse in preparation for a 50,000sf addition that needed to remain in service during construction. The addition required […]

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Moulison Completes MassDOT Lighting Project

Moulison Completes MassDOT Lighting Project

| January 6, 2017

Teams with Middlesex Corp. Shrewsbury, MA – Moulison Heavy Electrical, based in Biddeford, Maine, has completed the state-of-the-art LED lighting and lighting control system of the arches and handrails at the Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge on Route 9, which connects Shrewsbury and Worcester over Lake Quinsigamond. The under-bridge lighting project, composed of 64 rectangular […]

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A&M Provides Land Survey, Civil Eng., and Landscape Architecture for Modera Natick Ctr

A&M Provides Land Survey, Civil Eng., and Landscape Architecture for Modera Natick Ctr

| April 27, 2016

Natick, MA – Allen & Major Associates, Inc. (A&M), in partnership with Mill Creek Residential and Cube 3 Studio, provided land survey, civil engineering, and landscape architecture services for  Modera Natick Center, a 170,000sf residential community. The overall project is 150 units, consisting of 12 townhouse units and 138 garden style apartments in six separate multistory buildings. The […]

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History Still Flows at the New Goffe Mill Plaza

History Still Flows at the New Goffe Mill Plaza

| April 25, 2016

by Robert Duval The historic Goffe Mill site (also known as the former Wayfarer Inn site) in Bedford, N.H., is undergoing a unique and lively revitalization. The site occupies 16.2 acres across Bowman Brook between South River Road and the FE Everett Turnpike. Originally developed in 1744 by Colonel John Goffe, who obtained the property for […]

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Landtech Completes 3D Laser Scan and Model of NYC Penthouse

| September 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

Westford, MA – LandTech Consultants Inc., announced that its team of professional surveyors recently completed a 3D laser scan and Revit model of an exclusive three-story penthouse suite overlooking Central Park in New York City. The 9,500sf penthouse, adjoining mechanical room, and elevator room are currently going through an extensive renovation by its owner. LandTech […]

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BOND Promotes Two

BOND Promotes Two

| January 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – BOND, a 108-year-old construction management and general contracting firm, recently announced that two core members of the firm’s Civil & Utility Division have received promotions that will be instrumental in helping BOND grow and expand its gas and electrical footprint throughout the Northeast. Edward Azzari has been promoted to general superintendent, electric transmission and distribution […]

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BVH Promotes Two

BVH Promotes Two

| April 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bloomfield, CT – BVH Integrated Services, a multi-disciplinary engineering firm,  announced the promotion of Karl Frey, P.E. to President. Frey joined BVH in 1997 and has over 30 years of engineering design and management experience. His recent design work includes the Jackson Laboratory for Medical Genomics in Farmington,   Central Connecticut State University’s new social sciences […]

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