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Samyn – D’Elia Designs Training Center

Samyn – D’Elia Designs Training Center

| February 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ashland, NH – Samyn – D’Elia Architects of Ashland is currently working on a new training center for Waterville Valley Academy, located in the in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire.  The academy turned to Samyn – D’Elia to design a 4,565sf center for its student athletes. Plans call for the construction to […]

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Extreme Recycling: From Car Barn to Community School

Extreme Recycling: From Car Barn to Community School

| February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boston – Studio G Architects  helped Greater Egleston Community High School (GECHS) address the challenge of finding space by repurposing and transforming an industrial building into an environment that enhances the school’s programs and facilitates future growth. For charter and pilot schools, finding space is a daunting challenge, which is why many start in storefronts […]

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Cutler Associates – Looking at a Strong 2014

| February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Rebecca Lane Geary Cutler Associates 2014 is off to a busy start and is gearing up with the hiring of new talent. In the design and construction management business for 42 years, our firm has endured many ebbs and flows in the industry over the decades. From our perspective, early indications are that 2014 […]

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Martin Walsh’s Sensible Kind of Unionism

Martin Walsh’s Sensible Kind of Unionism

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The following  article, recently published in the Boston Globe, was  written by Hugh Kelleher, executive director PHCC of Greater Boston. On January 5, 2014, The Boston Globe published an article I wrote on its Opinion/Editorial pages. It has generated a lot of response. You can read the article on the Globe’s Website. I have also […]

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North Branch Continues Spine Clinic

North Branch Continues Spine Clinic

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dennis Mires Architects Plaistow, NH – North Branch Construction, Inc. of Concord continues construction of the future Interventional Spine Medicine office in Plaistow. This project involves the renovation of a 3,300sf home built in 1920. Plans include a 1,400sf addition to the back of the house and all new HVAC and electrical systems, as well […]

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Amenta Emma Adds Two

Amenta Emma Adds Two

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hartford, CT – Amenta Emma Architects recently welcomed Ryan F. Schicker and Marek K. Borzym to the Hartford office. Schicker is a LEED Accredited Professional. Previously he was with EDM Architects in Unionville, working on senior living, higher education and civic projects. Borzym  is an Associate AIA member and LEED Accredited Professional with over six […]

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Wiggins Airways $3M Hangar Expansion Complete – PROCON Architect & Construction Manager

Wiggins Airways $3M Hangar Expansion Complete – PROCON Architect & Construction Manager

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Manchester, NH – PROCON has completed Wiggins Airways’ new $3 million design build expansion that provides a fourth hangar to the general aviation facility. PROCON was the architect and construction manager for the hangar for the project. Wiggins Airways is located at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.     The 23,240sf hangar, that is being used for aircraft storage,  is […]

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The importance of energy efficiency in our learning Institutions

The importance of energy efficiency in our learning Institutions

| February 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Matthew Guarracino While energy usage and energy management is a significant component of any academic institution’s sustainability strategy, surprisingly as much as 30 percent of a school’s total energy is used inefficiently or unnecessarily.  According to the U.S Department of Environmental Protection, 17,450 K-12 American school districts spend more than $6 billion annually on energy, amounting […]

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SLAM Seminar on Ruane Center for the Humanities at SCUP

| February 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

SLAM presenting seminar on Providence College’s new Ruane Center for the Humanities at SCUP 2014 North Atlantic Region Conference in Boston – The session will be held on Thursday, March 13, from 2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Boston, MA – The cornerstone of curriculum at Providence College has always been Western Civilization. As the college grew and developed, the […]

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The Bobcat Den at Bates College Renovated

The Bobcat Den at Bates College Renovated

| February 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Lewiston, ME – The Bobcat Den, located in Chase Hall at Bates College, has historically served as a faculty and staff dining facility. With the recent construction of a new dining facility elsewhere on campus, and the resultant physical separation between faculty, staff, and student dining, campus life became less integrated. Therefore the college decided […]

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