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Incorporating Educational Occupancies into Your Mixed-use Facility

Incorporating Educational Occupancies into Your Mixed-use Facility

| March 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Christopher Howe Are you considering including a child care center in your new office or residential development?  Has a college or university expressed interest in leasing space in your existing facility?  What are the building code implications of locating these educational uses in a building that is otherwise primarily office, retail, or residential space? […]

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Local Geothermal and Solar Companies Collaborate for Super-Efficient Homes

Local Geothermal and Solar Companies Collaborate for Super-Efficient Homes

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Sam Ueda Geothermal HVAC energy systems are increasingly breaking into the home construction mainstream. According to a Wall Street Journal article published in 2013, net-zero homes are on the rise, and some building companies are even making geothermal systems a staple of their building practices. Two New England businesses, Ultra Geothermal and ReVision Energy, […]

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Methuen Construction Ownership Transfered

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Salem, NH—-After more than five decades in the Asadoorian family, ownership of Methuen Construction, a Salem-based general contractor, has been transferred to Joseph Barbone. Methuen is a Salem-based general contractor that offers professional construction, management, fabrication, facilities maintenance and design/build services.  Power, waste-to-energy, water/wastewater treatment, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, and food and beverage are among the […]

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MCLA Opens New Building

MCLA Opens New Building

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

North Adams, MA – The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) opened the doors for the current school year  to its newest building on campus, the new Center for Science & Innovation. This $40 million facility is the first major construction project on the campus, literally in the last 40 years. Designed by  EYP and constructed […]

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Brookstone Completes VA Renovation Project

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Manchester, NH  –  Brookstone Builders, Inc., construction managers and general contractors headquartered in Manchester recently announced that it has completed a renovation and improvement project for the Veterans Administration Hospital in Manchester. The scope-of work involved the installation of a more energy-efficient, low-maintenance exterior siding and insulation, along with the renovation of interior offices, the […]

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Trinity Completes The Skylark in New York’s Fashion District

Trinity Completes The Skylark in New York’s Fashion District

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Wilmington, MA – Trinity Building + Construction Management Corp., a Mass.-based general contracting and construction management firm, recently completed construction of The Skylark at 200 W 39th Street in the heart of New York City’s fashion district. This multilevel restaurant, bar and lounge perched high above the city streets features an outdoor patio offering stunning […]

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Fire Suppression Systems – Is Your Building Properly Equipped, Up-to-Code, and Is the System Regularly Maintained?

Fire Suppression Systems – Is Your Building Properly Equipped, Up-to-Code, and Is the System Regularly Maintained?

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Shawn Stalker How important is it for public and commercial buildings, institutional facilities – hospitals, universities, schools, and libraries, residential buildings, and private facilities to be equipped with up-to-date fire suppression and fire alarm systems? In the event a fire disaster occurs, it is truly a matter of life and death – first and […]

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CTA  CM for New Elementary School

CTA CM for New Elementary School

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Designed byDrummey Rosane Anderson Revere, MA – CTA Construction of Waltham has been selected to build the new Staff Sergeant James J. Hill Elementary School, which will replace the current William McKinley Elementary School in Revere. The new, modern and compact $32 million, L-shaped building will replace the current 111-year-old building on its urban site, […]

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KVA to Design New NBSS Home

KVA to Design New NBSS Home

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Boston – The North Bennet Street School was founded in 1885 as a school for industrial crafts and has since then become world-renowned for its hands-on training in traditional programs such as carpentry, violin making, piano restoration, bookbinding, jewelry, and locksmithing. Kennedy & Violich Architecture was selected to design a new home for NBSS […]

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Saint Raphael Academy Opens New Coutu Theater

Saint Raphael Academy Opens New Coutu Theater

| February 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pawtucket, RI – The Joseph & Blanche Coutu Theater is the latest addition to Saint Raphael Academy’s seven-building, historic campus located in Pawtucket. The new performing arts space was constructed out of what was formerly known as the Dennis M. Lynch, Jr. Memorial Gymnasium. The Coutu Theater and associated renovations include a 300-seat performance space, […]

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