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Gadder Promoted to PM

Gadder Promoted to PM

| January 11, 2018

Scarborough, ME-   Landry/French Construction Company, a Maine based commercial contractor, recently announced the promotion of Nick Gaddar to Project Manager. Nick has 6 years of experience in commercial construction and recently served as Assistant Project Manager on Tru by Hilton, a 98-room hotel in South Portland, and Luminato, a new 24-unit condominium in Portland. “Nick […]

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Renovation at Platt High Complete

Renovation at Platt High Complete

| January 11, 2018

Meriden, CT – O&G Industries recently completed the four-year addition and renovation project at Meriden’s Orville H. Platt High School. The addition and renovate-as-new project kicked off in October of 2013 with the four-year, four-phase project turned over to school officials in the fall of 2017. Although the project started three months later than planned, […]

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Construction Underway at Quincy Self Storage

Construction Underway at Quincy Self Storage

| January 8, 2018

Rockland, MA – Integrated Builders announced that it has added the last steel beam to the 125,000 square-foot (s.f.) Quincy Self Storage building located at 671 Washington Street in Quincy, Massachusetts. Integrated was selected to build the new facility from the ground-up on behalf of owner GRE Quincy, LLC. and development manager Jumbo Capital Management, […]

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New HQ to be built for Mass Crane & Hoist

New HQ to be built for Mass Crane & Hoist

| November 25, 2017

Shirley, MA – Senate Construction Corporation has been awarded the design/build contract to construct a 50,000-square foot mixed-use, office, and manufacturing building for Crane Realty Trust in Tyngsborough, MA. The facility will serve as the new headquarters for Mass Crane and Hoist, Inc. Senate, a certified Butler Builder, was selected for its expertise in managing […]

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AGC of America Reports on National Construction Employment

AGC of America Reports on National Construction Employment

| November 1, 2017

National – Construction employment increased in 250 out of 358 metro areas between September 2016 and September 2017, declined in 56 and stagnated in 52, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released today by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that continued strong demand for construction is placing new […]

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Windover Strengthens Position in Higher Ed Market

| October 30, 2017

Beverly, Ma Windover Construction, an award-winning construction management firm building spaces that create positive and memorable experiences, is undergoing rapid growth in the higher education sector, doubling its portfolio in the past year. Higher education projects now make up 50 percent of Windover’s annual revenue compared to 5 to 10 percent a year ago. “We are […]

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An Interview with Michael Carr of Touchplan, Part 3

An Interview with Michael Carr of Touchplan, Part 3

| October 12, 2017

The following interview with Michael Carr, president at Touchplan (a division MOCA Systems), is being published in High-Profile Monthly in four installments. Below is the third installment.   Scroll down to find links to all other installments.   HP: What are you most proud of in your career to date? MC: The staying power that we’re […]

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Daedalus OPM for Lincoln School Project

Daedalus OPM for Lincoln School Project

| August 17, 2017

Lincoln, MA – Daedalus Projects, Inc. was recently selected to serve as owner’s project manager for the Lincoln School project. The Lincoln School is a 137,452sf, single-story, campus-style facility that serves as the sole public educational facility for Lincoln students in grades K-8. Originally constructed in 1948, the building needs extensive repairs to bring it up […]

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Construction Industry Adds 6,000 Jobs in July

Construction Industry Adds 6,000 Jobs in July

| August 7, 2017

National – Construction employment increased by 6,000 jobs in July to the highest level since October 2008, amid a tight labor market that may be keeping contractors from hiring as many workers as they need, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials urged local, state […]

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