Tag: education

East Boston School Receives Chromebook Donation

East Boston School Receives Chromebook Donation

| January 16, 2020

Boston – City Kids, a youth education nonprofit program developed by City Realty, donated Chromebook laptop computers to students at East Boston Central Catholic School. This donation is part of the City Kids mission to provide educational resources and opportunities for children growing up in Boston’s inner-city neighborhoods. East Boston Central Catholic is the only parochial school in […]

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School Renovation Breaks Ground

School Renovation Breaks Ground

| January 16, 2020

Foxborough, MA – CTA Construction recently joined local officials, the Mass. School Building Authority, school administrators, students and other members of the Foxborough community to mark the official groundbreaking of the Burrell Elementary School renovation and expansion. The Massachusetts School Building Authority awarded the Town of Foxborough a $14.7 million grant for the renovation of […]

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Dimeo Awarded NEIEP Project

Dimeo Awarded NEIEP Project

| January 8, 2020

Warwick, RI – Dimeo Construction Company was recently awarded the 95,000sf National Elevator Industry Educational Program (NEIEP) project in Warwick. The complete gut renovation project is designed by Edward Rowse Architects and is expected to last 12 months. The new first-class training facility will be comprised of educational space, a tool shop, office space, and […]

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Struble Elected Secretary of ISPE Boston Chapter Board of Directors

Struble Elected Secretary of ISPE Boston Chapter Board of Directors

| January 7, 2020

Boston –  DPS Group, a privately-owned, global engineering, procurement, construction management and validation (EPCMV) firm, announced that director of CQV operations, Tom Struble, has been elected secretary for the board of directors of the Boston chapter of the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE Boston). An active member since 2011, Struble has served with the […]

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Riverbend School Receives Bond for New Additions

Riverbend School Receives Bond for New Additions

| January 6, 2020

Natick, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $4.1 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Riverbend School, an independent Montessori school in Natick. Riverbend will use bond proceeds to build and equip a full-size gymnasium and a new elementary school building. The elementary school building, which broke ground in October 2019, will house the lower elementary […]

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KBE Celebrates 60 Years with Six ‘Acts of Kindness’

| December 26, 2019

Farmington, CT – In honor of its 60th anniversary, KBE Building Corporation’s senior leadership decided to complete six “Acts of Kindness,” or six substantial charitable acts, one for each decade the firm has been in business. Both KBE’s Connecticut and Maryland offices participated in the year-long endeavor. The Six Acts of Kindness are supported by […]

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WPI Receives Financing for Academic Building

WPI Receives Financing for Academic Building

| December 24, 2019

Worcester, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $113,640,000 tax-exempt bond on behalf of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), which will use bond proceeds to build and equip a new five-story, 100,000sf academic building on its main campus at 100 Institute Road in Worcester. The new academic building, which broke ground in November and is slated to […]

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ICYMI: AGC MA’s Building Excellence Series with Lee Michael Kennedy

ICYMI: AGC MA’s Building Excellence Series with Lee Michael Kennedy

| December 20, 2019

Boston – The Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA) hosted an installment of its Building Excellence Series on Dec. 6, featuring Lee Michael Kennedy, president and CEO of Lee Kennedy, Co. The event included breakfast and networking followed by a short presentation of Lee Kennedy, Co.’s services and current projects. It also featured a […]

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BU’s Center for Computing and Data Sciences Breaks Ground

BU’s Center for Computing and Data Sciences Breaks Ground

| December 17, 2019

Boston – Suffolk recently broke ground on Boston University’s new Center for Computing and Data Sciences. Designed by Toronto architectural firm, KPMB Architects, the center will be a striking new addition to Boston University’s central campus and its first new major teaching center in a half-century. The tallest building on the university campus, the 19-story, […]

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