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RDK to Design Biomass Plant at High School

| February 24, 2014 |

Teams Up with CGKV Architects Andover, MA –  RDK Engineers and  CGKV Architects have been awarded the design for a new heating plant at Narragansett Regional School District’s (NRSD) middle and high schools. The project includes designing a new hot-water biomass (wood chip) boiler system and new back-up propane boilers within the existing boiler plant. […]

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Samyn – D’Elia Architects, A Well-Kept Secret

Samyn – D’Elia Architects, A Well-Kept Secret

| February 5, 2014 |

Ashland, NH – Nestled in the beautiful North Country of New Hampshire, Samyn – D’Elia Architects, P.A. is still a well-kept secret. Indeed, the firm has been the architect for numerous award-winning projects including: • Norway Point, Lake Winnipesaukee – AIA NH 2014 Honor Award. • The Lodges at Church Landing at Mill Falls, in […]

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CT ABC Premier Construction Event

| January 31, 2014 |

Rocky Hill, CT – CT ABC hosted its 12th annual Excellence in Construction awards ceremony on January 30, at the Aquaturf Country Club in Southington with over 650 of the industry in attendance. The event honored construction companies and subcontractors who performed work on outstanding construction projects. 35  ABC members participated in STEP (Safety Training […]

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Code Compliance Requirements in Renovation Projects

Code Compliance Requirements in Renovation Projects

| January 30, 2014 |

by Christopher D. Howe From a regulatory standpoint, it is impractical and often impossible to hold existing buildings to the same standard as new buildings. However, renovation projects can trigger requirements for substantial life-safety, accessibility, and energy performance improvements to existing buildings. When planning a renovation project it is important to determine early in the […]

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Beyond Retail: Changing Display Walls Shine in Academic Environments

Beyond Retail: Changing Display Walls Shine in Academic Environments

| January 30, 2014 |

by Naomi Mukai  and Michele Phelan Changeable graphic walls and panels can help transform interior spaces within minutes, providing versatility and flexibility to designers and architects. One of several systems available uses magnetic receptive materials in a three part graphic system, where films, fabrics and veneers are applied to the wall and align with pre- treated […]

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MED-Ed Event Features All Star Line-Up

| January 30, 2014 |

Centerville, MA – MED-Ed Facilities Boston, the healthcare and educational facilities design and construction event for New England, April 1-2, 2014 at the Seaport World Trade Center Boston Massachusetts announced an all star line-up of speakers for the conference. The educational program featuring real-world, solutions-based case studies and management discussions relating to the planning, designing, […]

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Ribbon Cutting at  Paul W. Crowley East Bay Met School

Ribbon Cutting at Paul W. Crowley East Bay Met School

| January 30, 2014 |

Newport, R.I.–A ribbon cutting ceremony was held recently at the new 16,800sf Paul W. Crowley East Bay Met School in Newport. The design/build public high school was  built to be Rhode Island’s first net/zero state facility. The school project team included general contractor, Gilbane; architect, Robinson Green Beretta Corporation; structural engineer, Odeh Engineers; and mechanical, […]

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Coös County Jobs Creation Association Names Members

Coös County Jobs Creation Association Names Members

| January 29, 2014 |

Manchester, NH – The Northern Pass project, a proposed transmission line carrying low-cost renewable hydroelectric power to New Hampshire and New England, announced the formation of the Coös County Jobs Creation Association. The Association held its first official meeting recently at the Mountain View Grand in Whitefield. Members of the Coös County Jobs Creation Association […]

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The Boston Preservation Alliance Embraces the Harmony of New and Old

| January 29, 2014 |

by Greg Galer Have you ever considered that many of the most exciting places in Boston are where old and new come together? Those places where the palpable sense of historic character meet the ever-evolving city are at the heart of the work of the Boston Preservation Alliance. The Alliance is Boston’s primary, non-profit advocacy […]

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Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

| January 29, 2014 |

by Mark Reed Bluebird Bio, a Cambridge-based biotech company devoted to “transforming the lives of patients with severe genetic and orphan diseases”, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new 41,000sf R&D headquarters at 150 Second Street in Cambridge. The new labs and offices are designed to support the mission of “developing next generation products based on the transformative […]

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