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Wentworth Uses MassDev Bond to Add Academic Bldg

Wentworth Uses MassDev Bond to Add Academic Bldg

| March 27, 2017

MassDevelopment recently issued a $41.3 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Wentworth Institute of Technology Inc., a private, co-educational higher education institution in Boston. Wentworth is using bond proceeds to build an approximately 78,000-square-foot multi-purpose academic building on Parker Street. The building will house Wentworth’s new biological engineering program; its biomedical, civil engineering, and experiential learning […]

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UMass Amherst Holds Chapel Grand Opening Celebration

UMass Amherst Holds Chapel Grand Opening Celebration

| March 22, 2017

designed by Finegold Alexander Architects Amherst, MA – Finegold Alexander Architects recently announced the completion and official reopening of the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Old Chapel, which was marked with a ribbon cutting on March 23 in the historic center of campus. The most iconic and widely recognized building on campus, the Old Chapel first opened in 1885 […]

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JM Electrical and EMC Complete Energy Upgrade at HCC

JM Electrical and EMC Complete Energy Upgrade at HCC

| March 2, 2017

Lynnfield, MA – JM Electrical Company, Inc. has completed an energy services project at Holyoke Community College (HCC). The company worked with the Department of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) and Energy Management and Controls Services (EMC) on the upgrades. JM Electrical participated in a complete energy upgrade of the campus, including installing air handling units (AHUs), […]

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TFMoran provides Civil/Site Design for Saint Anselm College Student Ctr Complex

TFMoran provides Civil/Site Design for Saint Anselm College Student Ctr Complex

| March 1, 2017

Manchester, NH – TFMoran Engineers, of Bedford, worked with landscape architects Derck & Edson to provide civil/site design services for the expansion and renovations of the Saint Anselm College Student Center. Currently under construction, the existing 40,704sf Cushing Center will connect to the gymnasium and expand by 12,575sf, for a total of 53,280sf, creating a […]

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Antinozzi Completes Work on Eli Whitney Tech

Antinozzi Completes Work on Eli Whitney Tech

| February 27, 2017

Hamden, CT – Antinozzi Associates of Bridgeport recently completed the addition and renovation of Eli Whitney Technical High School in Hamden. Built in 1955, Eli Whitney Technical High School is one of the oldest vocational schools in Connecticut. As part of the state’s plan to modernize the technical high schools, Eli Whitney underwent a 35,000sf demolition, comprehensive renovations […]

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Developing a Cohesive Strategy Can be the Key to Project Success

Developing a Cohesive Strategy Can be the Key to Project Success

| February 24, 2017

by James E. LaPosta Jr. When JCJ Architecture was selected by the city of Haverhill to undertake the feasibility phase for the Caleb Dustin Hunking School, we knew that significant structural issues in the existing building had caused the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to prioritize the project. With short-term repairs in place, the district embarked […]

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Transforming BU Castle: From Heritage Building to Daily Venue for Alumni, Faculty, and Students

Transforming BU Castle: From Heritage Building to Daily Venue for Alumni, Faculty, and Students

| February 23, 2017

                      Iconic mansion undergoes historic restoration for new life as Alumni Center by Rebecca Berry Colleges and universities with heritage campuses face accessibility, infrastructure, and use pattern challenges in older buildings. Although they are solidly constructed, these buildings require significant rehab to render them functional, […]

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Amenta Emma Completes Putnam Refectory at UConn

Amenta Emma Completes Putnam Refectory at UConn

| February 21, 2017

Storrs, CT – Amenta Emma recently competed renovations for the Putnam Refectory at UConn Storrs. Constructed in 1969, it is the primary dining facility for students living in the Hillside section of campus. While long overdue for an update to match the standards of other campus dining venues, the urgency to renovate and increase capacity at […]

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