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Louis Berger Wins 2018 Bronze Engineering Excellence Award

Louis Berger Wins 2018 Bronze Engineering Excellence Award

| July 13, 2018

Needham, MA – The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) has named Louis Berger as a winner of a 2018 Bronze Engineering Excellence Awards for work on the MBTA Shore Line Bridge Replacement project in Boston. The 2018 Engineering Excellence Awards were announced at the recent ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence and Awards Gala with […]

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QA+M Seeks Input on Veterans Terrace

QA+M Seeks Input on Veterans Terrace

| July 13, 2018

East Hartford, CT – QA+M Architecture is rehabilitating Veterans Terrace, a 150-unit affordable housing development on Columbus Circle in East Hartford. During a recent community outreach event, QA+M’s Tom Arcari and Carson Collier presented design concepts to Veterans Terrace residents, encouraged community participation throughout the construction phase, and addressed the community’s questions and concerns. ​The revitalization plan includes the demolition […]

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Mayne, Wait Join Architectural Staff

Mayne, Wait Join Architectural Staff

| July 13, 2018

Centerbrook, CT – Centerbrook Architects & Planners recently added Ben Mayne and Andrew Wait to the architectural staff in the firm’s latest round of hires. Mayne joins Centerbrook fulltime following internships at the firm in each of the two previous summers. Wait comes to Centerbrook from Northeastern University. Mayne and Wait join the Centerbrook staff that also […]

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DPS Hires Greyling

DPS Hires Greyling

| July 12, 2018

Albany, NY – DPS Group recently welcomed Werner Greyling as senior vice president, U.S. project operations, in the firm’s Albany office. In this new role, Werner will lead its strategic direction and growth, with a focus on pursuing new markets, driving project execution improvements, and developing a strong results-driven culture. Werner brings more than 20 years of industry […]

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Trade Dispute Increases Construction Costs, Data Shows

| July 11, 2018

Arlington, VA – Construction costs accelerated again in June, with steep increases for a wide range of building and road construction materials as tariffs against foreign goods come into effect, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of new Labor Department data. Association officials say that contractors will have to assume […]

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Chapin Named YARD of New England

Chapin Named YARD of New England

| July 11, 2018

New Haven, CT – Svigals + Partners recently appointed architect Katelyn Chapin to serve as Young Architect Regional Director (YARD) of New England for the Young Architects Forum, a program of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  In this regional role, Chapin will work closely with the Emerging Professional Committees of each AIA New England component and […]

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City Point Named a Best Place to Work

City Point Named a Best Place to Work

| July 11, 2018

Boston – City Point Partners recently announced it was ranked No. 3 in the Extra Small category (20-49 employees) on the Boston Business Journal‘s 2018 Best Places to Work in Massachusetts list. The award honors those companies who create the most enjoyable and meaningful work environments throughout the Greater Boston area. Eighty companies were honored […]

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Cambridge Affordable Housing Financed

| July 11, 2018

Cambridge, MA – MassHousing has closed on $17.6 million in financing to Just-A-Start Corporation for the renovation and preservation of affordability at the Close Building in Cambridge. The financing will allow Just-A-Start to preserve affordability at all 61 apartments at the Close Building for at least 30 years. Affordability restrictions at the property had expired in 2016, […]

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Virtual Building Service a Game Changer

| July 11, 2018

Brussels – Property developers, building owners and facilities managers all appreciate knowing in advance how buildings perform. Well-designed spaces and smooth people flows translate into better user experiences, higher rents and faster ROIs. However, it can be difficult to strike the right balance between higher occupancy rates and efficiency. A building that holds the maximum amount […]

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Housing Communities to be Renovated

| July 11, 2018

Bedford, MA – MassHousing has provided a total of $22.4 million in affordable housing financing to an affiliate of Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) for the acquisition, rehabilitation and long-term preservation of affordability at the 96-unit Bedford Village and the 14-unit 447 Concord in Bedford. POAH plans to make extensive property renovations to both housing communities. […]

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