Tag: education

Kaplan to Fit Out HQ for Horizons for Homeless Children

Kaplan to Fit Out HQ for Horizons for Homeless Children

| May 6, 2020

Boston – Kaplan Construction has been selected to fit out a 40,000sf early childhood center and headquarters for Horizons for Homeless Children, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young homeless children and their families. Construction is expected to start this spring and be completed in early 2021. Located at 1785 Columbus Ave. in […]

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ICYMI: SCUP Holds North Atlantic Conference

ICYMI: SCUP Holds North Atlantic Conference

| March 13, 2020

New Haven, CT – The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) held the 2020 North Atlantic Regional Conference on March 8-10 at the Omni New Haven Hotel in New Haven. This year’s conference was devoted to “Finding Your Niche: Institutional Strategies to Survive and Thrive.” At the breakfast panel, campus leaders from 10 local […]

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Hillside School Receives Bond for Dormitories

Hillside School Receives Bond for Dormitories

| March 12, 2020

Marlborough, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $16 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Hillside School, an all-boys independent boarding and day school in Marlborough, which will use a portion of bond proceeds to build and equip two new 16-unit dormitories. HarborOne Bank purchased the bond, which will also be used to refinance previously issued […]

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U.S. Dept. of Education Issues Grant for Charter Schools

U.S. Dept. of Education Issues Grant for Charter Schools

| March 11, 2020

Boston – MassDevelopment has received $5 million in U.S. Department of Education grant funds to help charter schools obtain and renovate facilities under the Charter School Loan Guarantee Program. The agency, which had already received more than $28 million though four prior grant rounds of this program, will help charter schools by issuing guarantees on […]

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Cunningham Named Project Executive

Cunningham Named Project Executive

| March 9, 2020

North Reading, MA – Columbia, a New England construction management firm, announced the appointment of industry veteran Steve Cunningham as project executive, specializing in academic projects. Cunningham’s resume includes leadership roles in both academic facility management and architectural design. As vice president of facilities at St. John’s Preparatory School, he planned and managed more than […]

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Charter School Receives Bond for Relocation

Charter School Receives Bond for Relocation

| March 6, 2020

Boston – MassDevelopment has issued a $12 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Friends of Excel Academy Charter Schools, Inc., a nonprofit affiliate of Excel Academy Charter Schools. The organization will use bond proceeds to build and equip a three-story, approximately 19,500sf middle school building next to the existing Excel Academy Charter High School in […]

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Amenta Emma Completes University Dining Hall

Amenta Emma Completes University Dining Hall

| February 26, 2020

Hamden, CT – Several Quinnipiac University graduate programs are housed on a former corporate campus a few miles from the main Mount Carmel campus. The circa 1980 building had a well-worn cafeteria space that students largely avoided, and an underutilized rear patio in disrepair. What began as a project to update furnishings quickly evolved into […]

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Tufts Residence Hall Renovated

Tufts Residence Hall Renovated

| February 26, 2020

  Boston – HMFH Architects completed a renovation of an aging mid-century residence hall at Tufts University that now features a variety of new social and community spaces for first-year students. The updated Bush Hall also provides contemporary student housing that is affordable, convenient, and meets students’ needs in ways unimagined when many dorms were […]

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Kaplan Starts Work on Early Education Center

Kaplan Starts Work on Early Education Center

| February 26, 2020

Brookline, MA – Kaplan Construction announced that it has been engaged by EE for All, LLC to build a new 20,000sf early education center at 127 Harvard St. in Brookline. Kaplan was hired in 2017 to provide pre-construction services and manage the demolition of an existing Victorian-style split office building on the site before construction […]

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