Tag: green

NASA WFF Solar Array Project Breaks Ground

| June 7, 2019

Framingham, MA – Ameresco, Inc., an energy efficiency and renewable energy company, announced that it has broken ground on a solar array project at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center’s Wallops Flight Facility (NASA WFF) in Wallops Island, Virginia. The savings-funded solar renewable energy project will help NASA WFF meet its ambitious energy-savings and sustainability goals. […]

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Vermont Company Announces Seven Completed Solar Projects

| May 1, 2019

Burlington, VT – Peck Electric Co., a commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company, announced the completion of seven solar projects in the fourth quarter of 2018 ranging from a 7-MW utility scale solar array to a 20.6-kW rooftop installation. Peck Electric Completed Projects in Q4 2018: Completed a nearly 7 MW (6.93792) ground […]

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Somerville Library Breaks Ground

Somerville Library Breaks Ground

| April 30, 2019

Somerville, MA – Elected officials and CTA Construction staff were joined by members of the Somerville community recently to break ground on a number of renovations and improvements to the 100-year-old West Branch Library. The historic building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is classified as a Carnegie Library. During the […]

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Columbia U Contracts EBI for New Building

Columbia U Contracts EBI for New Building

| February 14, 2019

New York City – Columbia University contracted EBI Consulting for commissioning of its new University Forum Building located in Manhattan. This new multipurpose venue consists of an auditorium, meeting rooms, catered and grab-and-go food service, and over 30 faculty and support offices. The structure will foster community activity and growth as the gateway to Columbia […]

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NE Firms Renew Partnership to Develop Solar Projects

| February 1, 2019

Hopkinton, MA – Solect Energy, a full-service commercial-scale solar developer and installer in Massachusetts, and PowerOptions, an energy-buying group in New England, announced the renewal of their multi-year partnership. Solect will continue to lead PowerOption’s Small Systems Solar program, providing savings and certainty for local communities, state owned buildings, and not for profits. The completed projects to […]

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Restoration and Renovation Trends: Green Buildings

Restoration and Renovation Trends: Green Buildings

| January 30, 2019

by Matthew Guarracino Office buildings, hotels, and retail spaces continue to change Greater Boston’s landscape. In the midst of this development boom, some of the city’s new and refurbished properties have helped affirm Boston’s status as a leader in innovation, with many of these buildings incorporating green protocols. In fact, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient […]

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Room to Grow Greener: Q&A with Copley Wolff

Room to Grow Greener: Q&A with Copley Wolff

| January 24, 2019

Copley Wolff Design Group recently joined the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Nitsch Engineering, and Recover Green Roofs at Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) to discuss green infrastructure’s role in meeting the city’s goals and protecting Greater Boston from the risks of climate change. Read on below for takeaways and examples.  HP interviewed Christine Wilson and […]

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ACEEE Gives Award for Energy Efficiency

| January 17, 2019

Waltham, MA – The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) announced that Mass Save® has received an Exemplary Energy Efficiency Program award for its Commercial and Industrial Water Heater Initiative in Massachusetts. The Commercial and Industrial Water Heater Initiative was recognized for its effectiveness in expanding the market acceptance of high efficiency natural gas equipment. Distributors are able […]

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CTA Tops Off Lexington Preschool

CTA Tops Off Lexington Preschool

| January 16, 2019

Lexington, MA – CTA Construction Managers celebrated the topping off of the new $10.4 million Lexington Children’s Place project. The topping off of the final steel beam marks the end of the structural phase of the project. The architect is DiNisco Design, Inc., and the owner’s project manager is Construction Monitoring Services. Lexington Children’s Place […]

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