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Summer Place Project Earns Team Award

Summer Place Project Earns Team Award

| July 13, 2020

Bridgeport, CT – Viking Construction’s work on Stamford’s Summer Place 55-plus affordable housing community was recognized by the Connecticut Building Congress as a Project Team Award winner. The $12.1 million building replaced the Czescik Homes which suffered irreparable damage from Superstorm Sandy in 2012. This challenging project included working on a very compact building site […]

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Land Transfer Paves Way for Public Open Space

Land Transfer Paves Way for Public Open Space

| July 10, 2020

Lynn, MA – Charter Development and National Grid announced the closing of a land transfer along the waterfront in Lynn, paving the way for the future creation of a 30-acre public open space as envisioned by the city of Lynn’s 2019 Waterfront Master Plan. Lynn HarborPark LLC, a Charter Development affiliate, has taken title to […]

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Launier Named Project Manager

Launier Named Project Manager

| July 9, 2020

Manchester, NH – Brookstone Builders, Inc., construction managers and general contractors headquartered in Manchester, recently announced that Scott Launier has joined the firm as a project manager. Launier has over 15 years of construction and management experience. He has served as a project manager, safety coordinator, radiation safety officer, and has also worked in the […]

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BOND Breaks Ground On Weymouth Middle School

BOND Breaks Ground On Weymouth Middle School

| July 7, 2020

Weymouth, MA – BOND Building Construction, Inc. of Boston has broken ground on the new Maria Weston Chapman Middle School in Weymouth. The event was attended by Weymouth Mayor Robert L. Hedlund; Dr. Jennifer Curtis-Whipple, superintendent of schools; Jack McCarthy, executive director, Mass. School Building Authority; Michael Molisse, VP of Weymouth Town Council; Patrick M. […]

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Cambridge Affordable Housing Receives Bond

Cambridge Affordable Housing Receives Bond

| July 2, 2020

Cambridge, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $30.5 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Roosevelt Towers Family LLC, an affiliate of the Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA), which will use bond proceeds to renovate and preserve Roosevelt Towers Low Rise, a 112-unit affordable multifamily rental housing facility in Cambridge. In addition to the tax-exempt bond, MassDevelopment […]

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Landry/French Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Landry/French Celebrates 10th Anniversary

| July 2, 2020

Scarborough, ME – Landry/French Construction is celebrating its 10th anniversary.  Established in July 2010 by Denis Landry and Kevin French, the company was founded at a time when the country was coming out of the Great Recession. Maine was lagging in the economic recovery and construction employment was at a 15-year low. The company hired […]

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Exploring Solutions for Extreme Heat in Boston and Beyond

Exploring Solutions for Extreme Heat in Boston and Beyond

| July 2, 2020

by Emily Langner On episode 26 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia welcomed Tyler Shannon, architect and data scientist, and Kate Bubriski, director of sustainability and building performance at Arrowstreet. Arrowstreet is an architecture and design firm based in Boston. Shannon and Bubriski joined Anastasia to talk about the Living with Heat report that was […]

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Publisher’s Message: July 2020

Publisher’s Message: July 2020

| July 1, 2020

These past four weeks have been incredibly profound and challenging for our nation. The Black Lives Matter movement has sparked a global conversation about race in our country, and individuals and organizations are looking internally at how they’re contributing to the narrative and what they can do to take responsibility, including High-Profile. Kimberly Dowdell, president of the National […]

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Gutmann Elected CSI Worcester County Director

Gutmann Elected CSI Worcester County Director

| July 1, 2020

Hopkinton, MA – GRLA announced that BES assistant project manager, Robert Gutmann, has been elected director of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Worcester County Chapter. As a director, Gutmann will be helping to organize chapter events, and produce content and articles. As a member of CSI Worcester County Chapter since 2018, he most recently is […]

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High-Profile Welcomes New Summer Interns

High-Profile Welcomes New Summer Interns

| June 29, 2020

Boston – High-Profile has added five new summer semester interns to its digital marketing team. Precious Figueroa-Szostek is a New Haven, Conn. native studying business administration and chemistry at Simmons University in Boston. At High-Profile, she works primarily on the HPConnects weekly webinars highlighting AEC industry professionals. While at HP, she strives to build upon […]

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