Tag: education

Landry/French Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Landry/French Celebrates 10th Anniversary

| July 2, 2020

Scarborough, ME – Landry/French Construction is celebrating its 10th anniversary.  Established in July 2010 by Denis Landry and Kevin French, the company was founded at a time when the country was coming out of the Great Recession. Maine was lagging in the economic recovery and construction employment was at a 15-year low. The company hired […]

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AIA Releases Program for Reducing Risk of COVID-19 in Schools

AIA Releases Program for Reducing Risk of COVID-19 in Schools

| June 19, 2020

Washington –  In an effort to support the health, safety, and wellbeing of students, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has released 3D design models and strategies that can assist education officials with reopening schools during the pandemic. For the 2020-21 school year, districts are facing the difficult task of determining if K-12 schools will […]

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Partnership Expands Firms’ Real Estate Capabilities

| June 19, 2020

National – Cottonwood Group (“Cottonwood”) and Shawmut Design and Construction (“Shawmut”) jointly announced the formation of a strategic partnership through which the two groups will join forces to expand their combined real estate capabilities and portfolio in the education sector in the United States. The new partnership will further strengthen and enhance Cottonwood’s development capabilities with academic real […]

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CBC Announces 2020 Scholarship Winners

CBC Announces 2020 Scholarship Winners

| June 18, 2020

Rocky Hill, CT – The Connecticut Building Congress has announced its 2020 scholarship recipients: Kyle Meyers College: Roger Williams University Major: Architecture High School: Lyme-Old Lyme High School Hometown: Old Lyme Award: $4,000 John Platinga Memorial Scholarship     Erin LoMonaco College: Roger Williams University Major: Architecture High School: Valley Regional High School Hometown: Chester Award: […]

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New Boston Developments Approved

New Boston Developments Approved

| June 16, 2020

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) June board meeting was held virtually to ensure the safety of the public, staff members, and BPDA board members during the COVID-19 public health emergency. The items on the agenda did not require or completed their public process prior to the suspension of in-person public meetings […]

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Manchester Firm Awarded
 Community College System of NH Project

| June 3, 2020

Manchester, NH – Brookstone Builders, Inc., construction managers and general contractors headquartered in Manchester, recently announced it has been awarded a renovation project by Community College System of NH. The project will involve the interior renovation of approximately 8,000sf of current classroom and lab space at Manchester Community College on Front Street. The scope of […]

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SLAM, Trinity College Partner on Innovation Center

SLAM, Trinity College Partner on Innovation Center

| June 3, 2020

Hartford, CT – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) announced the successful completion of Trinity College’s new Innovation Center at One Constitution Plaza in downtown Hartford, across from the school’s Liberal Arts Action Lab.  SLAM’s design-build team partnered with the college to help envision a space for boundary-crossing collaboration and creativity, and home to the academic/corporate partnership […]

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Toolkit Provides Methods for Back-to-School Planning

Toolkit Provides Methods for Back-to-School Planning

| June 1, 2020

National – WXY architecture + urban design has unveiled new approaches to K-12 and higher-education facilities design, developed jointly with teachers and school communities, that allow for proper physical distancing and a safe journey from home to school. WXY developed a number of design and planning strategies for school reopenings to meet the needs of […]

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Virtual BPDA  Meeting Approvals

Virtual BPDA Meeting Approvals

| May 18, 2020

Boston  – Following its first ever virtual public hearing, the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board approved 1 Court Street Residence Hall as part of Suffolk University’s 2020 Institutional Master Plan.   The project will renovate the existing structure to create an approximately 300 bed undergraduate dormitory building on the student housing goals outlined in […]

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