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JCJ Architecture Expands in Oklahoma

| April 16, 2019

Tulsa, OK – JCJ Architecture, an employee-owned national architectural firm with offices in Boston, announced the expansion of operations in its Tulsa, Oklahoma, office. In addition to a recently completed Wellness Center and a new Cultural Center that is in construction for the Choctaw Nation, JCJ is currently collaborating with the Choctaw on design for […]

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Isenberg School Geared for Growth

Isenberg School Geared for Growth

| April 16, 2019

Amherst, MA – The copper-clad Business Innovation Hub at the heart of the University of Massachusetts Amherst has added 70,000sf of hypercollaborative study and social space to one of the top-30 public business schools in the United States. Designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and architect of record Goody Clancy, the Business Innovation Hub directly extends […]

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ARC Celebrates 50th Anniversary

ARC Celebrates 50th Anniversary

| March 21, 2019

Boston – ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, nationally recognized for its award-winning designs in education, life sciences, and athletics and recreation, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Founded in 1969 in Cambridge, and now based in Boston, ARC has consistently applied a collaborative approach to architecture, one based on a tradition of design excellence, client service, and enduring relationships. […]

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Melissa Fish-Crane Gets NAHMA Award

Melissa Fish-Crane Gets NAHMA Award

| March 15, 2019

Braintree, MA – Peabody Properties, a full-service real estate and property management firm, announced that COO Melissa Fish-Crane was awarded the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) President’s Award at its winter meeting earlier this month in Washington, D.C. Fish-Crane was recognized in part for dedicating more than 20 years to superior achievement in the […]

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CMTA Expands into Boston Market

CMTA Expands into Boston Market

| March 12, 2019

Natick, MA – Engineered Solutions, Inc. (ESI) of Natick has been acquired by CMTA Inc. of Louisville, Kentucky, a leader in zero energy engineering design. This acquisition increases CMTA’s number of offices to 10 and employees to over 300. ESI Principal Jack Nelson has been named a partner in CMTA and will continue to manage the […]

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Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

| March 1, 2019

by  Mary Acciani Millersville, PA – The recently opened Lombardo Welcome Center at Millersville University was designed by AKF Group to be the first net-zero building on campus and is part of the university’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2040. Utilizing a combination of strategies, the building is expected to use less energy over […]

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Connecticut GC Receives CCIA Award

Connecticut GC Receives CCIA Award

| February 27, 2019

Torrington, CT – The Connecticut Construction Industries Association (CCIA) presented their 2018 Community Service Award to O&G Industries for its O&G 101 program. The O&G 101 program is a two-session introduction to construction management that has been delivered to middle and high school students in both public and private school settings. The sessions teach students […]

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Lori Cowles Appointed President of HMFH Architects

Lori Cowles Appointed President of HMFH Architects

| February 27, 2019

Cambridge, MA – The Board of Directors of HMFH Architects of Cambridge announced the appointment of Lori Cowles, AIA, as president. She joined HMFH in 1995 and today leads education and civic design projects for the company. She succeeds longtime president George Metzger, AIA, who will continue as a director and senior principal with a focus on […]

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Robinson Joins Fuss & O’Neill

Robinson Joins Fuss & O’Neill

| February 27, 2019

Providence, RI – Fuss & O’Neill has hired Arnold Robinson as its regional director of planning based out of Providence. He joins the firm after 30 years working in the fields of community planning, historic preservation and rehabilitation, education, and urban design. Most recently, Robinson served as associate dean for community engagement at Roger Williams University. […]

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RWU Seeking Innovative Projects for Community Partnerships

RWU Seeking Innovative Projects for Community Partnerships

| February 26, 2019

Bristol, RI ­­– The Roger Williams University Community Partnerships Center is seeking project applications from local nonprofit organizations, government agencies and municipalities in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. CPC connects applicants with faculty and students in order to take on projects that will benefit the community while providing RWU students with hands-on, experiential learning. Community partners […]

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