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Marr Sets Bridge at Boston Children’s Hospital

Marr Sets Bridge at Boston Children’s Hospital

| January 18, 2019

Boston – Boston Children’s Hospital is building a pedestrian bridge at the intersection of Longwood Avenue and Blackfan St. which will provide direct pedestrian access between the Patient and Family Parking Garage and a new lobby above the main hospital’s entrance, making hospital trips safer and more convenient for patients and visitors. Working for steel fabricator […]

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Cardinal Cushing Centers Repurposed

Cardinal Cushing Centers Repurposed

| January 17, 2019

NEI and TAT Team Up Hanover, MA – A new development in Hanover has transformed the Cardinal Cushing Centers campus into a community now known as Bethany Apartments. The campus had supported children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through education, employment training, residential care, and other services since the late 1940s. NEI of Randolph […]

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Springfield Affordable Housing Community Receives Financing

Springfield Affordable Housing Community Receives Financing

| January 16, 2019

Boston – MassHousing is providing $50 million in affordable housing financing to Related Companies to refinance and renovate the Chestnut Park Apartments in downtown Springfield. The contractor will be ETC Companies, LLC, the architect is The Architectural Team, and the management agent is Related Management Company. The MassHousing financing will allow Related to preserve affordability at the 489-unit housing […]

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MassHousing Finances Housing Community

MassHousing Finances Housing Community

| January 14, 2019

Boston – MassHousing has closed on $9.1 million in financing to the Chinese Economic Development Council (CEDC), for the preservation of Oxford Place in Chinatown. As a result of the transaction, CEDC has extended the Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment contract at the 39-unit property for 20 years. MassHousing provided CEDC with a $9.1 million […]

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The Construction Institute Announces Women Who Build Summit

The Construction Institute Announces Women Who Build Summit

| January 9, 2019

Hartford, CT– The Construction Institute of the University of Hartford, has announced panels and keynote speakers for the 2019 Women Who Build Leadership and Networking Summit, a premier event for architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, owners/operators, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals in the industry. This program is a focused event that promotes the strength and glass-ceiling breaking rise […]

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RWU Celebrates Topping Off

RWU Celebrates Topping Off

| January 8, 2019

Bristol, RI ­- Roger Williams University recently held a steel topping-off ceremony, marking completion of the steel framework for a laboratories building for RWU’s School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management. On Dec. 17, 2018, a steel beam, bearing an evergreen tree and signed by trustees, administrators, alumni, donors, faculty, and students, was hoisted into […]

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Hancock Associates’ Geaudreau Earns PE License

Hancock Associates’ Geaudreau Earns PE License

| January 7, 2019

Danvers, MA – Hancock Associates, a provider of land surveying, civil engineering, and wetland science services, announced that Brian G. Geaudreau, a project manager and associate at the firm, passed the professional engineering exam and is now a licensed professional engineer (PE) in Massachusetts. Geaudreau has over eight years of experience at Hancock Associates and […]

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STA Completes Cleantech Startup Incubator

STA Completes Cleantech Startup Incubator

| January 4, 2019

Somerville, MA – Silverman Trykowski Associates (STA), an interior design firm based in Boston, has completed the newly opened Global Center for Cleantech Innovation, that is part of the Greentown Labs urban campus in Somerville. The newly added Global Center is a rehabilitated 100-year-old industrial building that was originally built for the American Tube Works […]

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Landry/French Expands into NH

Landry/French Expands into NH

| January 3, 2019

Portsmouth, NH – Landry/French Construction has expanded into New Hampshire, announcing that it has opened an office in Portsmouth. The expansion is part of the company’s strategic plan and an important step in its continued growth. The new office will allow the company to better service existing clients throughout the state while cultivating new relationships. […]

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Publisher’s Message January 2019

Publisher’s Message January 2019

| January 2, 2019

In recent years, New England’s A/E/C industry has provided solutions for many of the challenges facing developers and communities.  The award winners reported in HP’s December issue represent only a small portion of hundreds of projects submitted that reflect these solutions. Through design and construction, we improve teamwork, conserve energy and create a safer and […]

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