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A Bigger Small House for Memory Care

A Bigger Small House for Memory Care

| March 18, 2019

by Myles Brown Research is critical to good architectural design, not only when it comes to materials and processes, but to understanding deeply just how our work affects clients and users. Perhaps nowhere is this more important than in designing facilities for seniors, particularly those suffering from dementia or memory issues. New practices and theories […]

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New Pond Village Renovation Completed

New Pond Village Renovation Completed

| March 15, 2019

Portsmouth, NH – JSA Inc., an architecture, planning and interior design firm, worked with Benchmark Senior Living recently to renovate the interiors of New Pond Village, a 30-year-old senior living community in Walpole, Massachusetts. JSA began working on this property with the previous owner in 2012 to reposition New Pond Village with an overall interior […]

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The Value of Mentorship: A Q&A with PROCON’s Brian Knox

The Value of Mentorship: A Q&A with PROCON’s Brian Knox

| March 14, 2019

The ACE Mentor Program of America, Inc. (ACE) is a free after-school program for high school students interested in careers in the architecture, engineering, building, design, and construction industries. High-Profile: How did the organization start? Brian Knox: ACE was founded in 1995 with the ACE Mentor Program of NYC, and today is active in over […]

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Power Up a Creative Flow-State

Power Up a Creative Flow-State

| March 14, 2019

by Rob DiNinni Where are we and where can we go? The skyline is the storyline. Architecture tells a story “one story” at a time. (OK, I couldn’t help myself.) It conveys messages, evokes emotion, and leaves an impression. That floored me! Buildings tell stories from vision to creative design, foundation to rooftop garden, and […]

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Waters Expansion Project Tops Off

Waters Expansion Project Tops Off

| March 13, 2019

Taunton, MA – JM Coull (JMC) topped off the first building under Waters Corporation’s 135,000sf manufacturing facility expansion project in Taunton. The building, which will house offices, laboratories, manufacturing space, central utilities, and maintenance, has since been enclosed and made weathertight. Energy-efficient TPO roofing is currently being installed. Waters is making approximately a $215 million […]

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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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CI Hosts 10th Annual Visionaries Forum

CI Hosts 10th Annual Visionaries Forum

| March 11, 2019

Celebrating 10 years of A/E/C/O industry innovation Hartford, CT- On April 11th, 2019, the Construction Institute of Hartford will present the annual Visionaries Forum, an exploration of cutting-edge issues among a diverse group of thought leaders in the architectural, engineering, construction and facilities operations (A/E/C/O) industries. This year’s event will be held  at the Mark […]

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The Haynes Group Vision

The Haynes Group Vision

| March 8, 2019

by Kait Kingman Every company has a vision, a statement or idea about the company that inspires and establishes the framework for future strategic planning. At the Haynes Group, our vision is more than that — it’s who we are. According to The Marketing Blender, “Your vision statement should be an audacious dream of a […]

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