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A Letter from John Fogarty, Regional Chair of North Atlantic SCUP Regional Council

A Letter from John Fogarty, Regional Chair of North Atlantic SCUP Regional Council

| February 22, 2018

Over 400 college and university planners are assembling from all over the New England region and beyond to attend SCUP’s March 4-6 regional conference: “Gown, Gown, Gown, Gown and Town!” Meet senior thought leaders, be part of the conversation, and learn what’s happening and what’s about to happen on our college and university campuses. It […]

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Campus Crossroads Expands on Legacy of Notre Dame Stadium

Campus Crossroads Expands on Legacy of Notre Dame Stadium

| December 13, 2017

South Bend, IN – Four years in the making, the University of Notre Dame (UND) has completed its largest construction project in the school’s 175-year history. The Campus Crossroads project, which opened in fall 2017, is made up of three adjacent buildings anchored to the south, east, and west sides of the Notre Dame Stadium: […]

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Griffin Wires New UVM Residence and Dining Facility

Griffin Wires New UVM Residence and Dining Facility

| October 16, 2017

Burlington, VT – Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc., an electrical subcontractor, has recently completed the electrical installation work at the University of Vermont’s (UVM) new Central Campus Residence Hall. With capacity for 695 first-year students, the 207,000sf facility is located in the center of the UVM campus, adjacent to classroom and academic facilities. Its traditional […]

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UMass Boston Tops Off First On-Campus Residence Hall

UMass Boston Tops Off First On-Campus Residence Hall

| August 10, 2017

Boston – Shawmut Design and Construction recently joined University of Massachusetts Boston, Capstone Development Partners, and Elkus Manfredi Architects for the topping-off ceremony of the university’s first on-campus residential facility. Set to open in the fall of 2018, the 260,000sf private-public project will consist of two buildings, ranging from seven to 12 stories, and will achieve a long-held goal […]

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Amenta Emma Completes Putnam Refectory at UConn

Amenta Emma Completes Putnam Refectory at UConn

| February 21, 2017

Storrs, CT – Amenta Emma recently competed renovations for the Putnam Refectory at UConn Storrs. Constructed in 1969, it is the primary dining facility for students living in the Hillside section of campus. While long overdue for an update to match the standards of other campus dining venues, the urgency to renovate and increase capacity at […]

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Walsh Brothers Achieves Impressive Stats for Workforce Diversity at UMass Boston

Walsh Brothers Achieves Impressive Stats for Workforce Diversity at UMass Boston

| March 30, 2016

Boston – After four years of tracking, Walsh Brothers is reporting impressive statistics of workforce diversity goals on the building of the UMass Boston Integrated Sciences Complex on the University’s Boston campus. In addition to traditional tracking categories, this is the first time that Veteran participation has been measured. Workforce diversity statistics reported indicated:   · […]

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Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex at Tufts

Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex at Tufts

| February 25, 2016

Boston – Tufts University’s new Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex (CLIC) is helping to fulfill the school’s goal to create interdisciplinary space to foster innovation. Designed by Stantec and completed last spring, the 95,000sf building — a former 1920s-era warehouse — now houses faculty, staff, and students from multiple disciplines, ranging from physics and robotics […]

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UMass Amherst, Old Chapel: The Return of a Beloved Landmark to Campus Life

UMass Amherst, Old Chapel: The Return of a Beloved Landmark to Campus Life

| February 23, 2016

by Regan Shields and Hilary Williams Finegold Alexander Architects Amherst, MA – Located at the heart of the campus, the Old Chapel at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is its most recognizable historic landmark. Slated to become a new destination, the project boasts a balance of thoughtful new design, restoration, and innovative solutions to the complex integration of […]

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Babson Renovates with Help from MassDev

Babson Renovates with Help from MassDev

| October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – MassDevelopment has issued two tax-exempt bonds totaling $60.3 million on behalf of Babson College in Wellesley. Babson will use $37 million to renovate student residence halls. Babson will also use $23.3 million to refund a prior MassDevelopment bond. “MassDevelopment is pleased to support Babson college as it renovates its campus, continuing to provide […]

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NSCC Breaks Ground

NSCC Breaks Ground

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lynn, MA – Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and other dignitaries joined members of the North Shore Community College (NSCC) at the Lynn campus last month to break ground on a new three-story wing for the McGee Building.  The 37,000sf addition, designed by Boston architects Shepley Bulfinch, will provide 10 classrooms; a centralized Student Success Center; a testing […]

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