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CREW Boston Celebrates Sold Out Golf Tournament

CREW Boston Celebrates Sold Out Golf Tournament

| October 15, 2018

Boston – On September 24th, CREW Boston, the industry’s leading organization promoting the advancement of women in commercial real estate, held its 22nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Wellesley Country Club. Proceeds benefitted the CREW Boston Educational Foundation, that provides scholarships to women at the college and post-graduate level who show a demonstrated interest in […]

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Ribbon-Cutting at Yale’s Baker Hall

| October 1, 2018

Boston – A celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony and dedication was held  recently at the renovated and newly opened Robert C. and Christina Baker Hall. The occasion marks the first time Yale Law School has expanded its physical footprint since 1931 when the Sterling Law Building opened. Baker Hall will serve as an academic, social, and residential […]

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BU to Build Data Sciences Center

BU to Build Data Sciences Center

| October 1, 2018

Boston – Boston University has announced plans to build the BU Data Sciences Center, a 17-floor tower on Commonwealth Avenue in the heart of BU’s Charles River Campus. The project is the first major teaching center on the Charles River Campus in a half century and will be BU’s tallest building. Designed by the Toronto […]

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 Yale’s New Simulation Lab for Nursing Completed

 Yale’s New Simulation Lab for Nursing Completed

| September 20, 2018

Orange, CT – The Yale School of Nursing is celebrating the opening of its new Simulation Lab and classroom expansion in West Haven,  with facilities designed by architecture, art and advisory firm Svigals + Partners.  Construction manager Shawmut Design and Construction, has transformed  the $5 million project, with more than 8,000sf of space in less than one year.   The […]

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NCMA Launches Free Education for Design Community

| September 18, 2018

Herndon, VA – The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) has launched a free continuing education course for design professionals hosted by AEC Daily. This course is titled “Concrete Masonry: The Energy Efficiency Solution”, and educates users on the thermal benefits of concrete masonry systems and energy code compliance options. The course is approved for continuing […]

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Ribbon Cutting Held at Colchester School

Ribbon Cutting Held at Colchester School

| September 18, 2018

 Colchester, CT – A ceremonial ribbon cutting was held at the William J. Johnston Middle School on August 24 to celebrate the opening of the school’s new administrative and classroom wing. O&G Industries, the construction manager for the project, was responsible for overseeing the construction of the 70,000sf addition that includes the new main entrance, administrative […]

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The Softer Side of Higher Education Construction

The Softer Side of Higher Education Construction

| August 23, 2018

by Saul Schrader All construction jobs have certain challenges and details that need to be balanced.  University projects seem to add even more elements into consideration – whether stemming from specific time or seasonal constraints, types of space (from labs to dining hall kitchens to faculty offices to student dorm rooms), or permitting and closeout […]

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St. Mark’s to Renovate Gym

St. Mark’s to Renovate Gym

| July 26, 2018

Southborough, MA – Erland Construction is teaming up with S3 Design to renovate 6,350sf of space within St. Mark’s School’s Elkins Gym. St. Mark’s sees athletics as a key element of its students’ education, building skills and character, teamwork, and perseverance. Together, Erland, St. Mark’s, and S3 Design will create a new athletic performance center to meet […]

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Griffin Offers New Educational Opportunity

Griffin Offers New Educational Opportunity

| July 23, 2018

Holliston, MA – Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc.  recently announced its partnership with Wentworth Institute of Technology to offer graduates of its in-house Apprenticeship Training Program the opportunity to pursue an associate of applied science degree in engineering and technology (AENT). With the goal of giving students the best in education and training, Griffin Electric […]

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Lesley University Expands Brattle St. Presence

| July 19, 2018

Cambridge, MA – Lesley University recently announced the purchase of the historic buildings formerly owned by the Episcopal Divinity School (EDS). The purchase makes Lesley the sole owner of the 4.4-acre Brattle Campus and positions the university to support its strategic planning initiative, Lesley 2030. The purchase includes five buildings and the remaining half of […]

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