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Construction Underway on KBE Projects

Construction Underway on KBE Projects

| November 26, 2019

Farmington, CT – Construction is underway on 10 new projects for the KBE Companies, which includes KBE Building Corporation, KBE-NY, and New Valley Construction (NVC). Projects include higher education facilities, senior living communities, public transportation centers, and storage facilities. Services range from construction manager at risk, general contractor, and construction advisor. The projects include:  Construction […]

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De Angel, Sefton Promoted to Principal

De Angel, Sefton Promoted to Principal

| October 1, 2019

Boston – The Boston studio of Perkins and Will has strengthened its leadership team through two key internal promotions. Yanel de Angel and Stephen Sefton have been named principals following years of valuable contributions to the Higher Education and Sports, Recreation, and Entertainment practices, respectively. De Angel joined Perkins and Will early in her career as a designer […]

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KBE Wraps Construction on Nine Projects

KBE Wraps Construction on Nine Projects

| August 15, 2019

Farmington, CT – KBE Building Corporation has completed nine major projects this summer. Services range from design-build, construction manager at risk (CMAR), and general contractor, and include higher education institutions, senior living communities, storage facilities, and a K-12 school. The nine projects that KBE completed this summer are: University of Virginia, Bond House | Charlottesville, […]

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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 11, 2019

This year, the 2019 SCUP North Atlantic Regional Conference (March 10-12) is visiting Rochester, N.Y., where we will explore firsthand how college and university campuses have been the catalysts in rejuvenating and transforming failing industrial cities and communities. In the 19th century, the easy transportation offered by the Erie Canal and the railroads created a […]

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Dartmouth College Aspires to Net Zero Energy Use

Dartmouth College Aspires to Net Zero Energy Use

| November 20, 2018

Hanover, NH – Leers Weinzapfel Associates is reimagining Dartmouth College’s vacant 1960s Dana Hall library, adding onto and converting it into a vibrant faculty and graduate student center. Part of a wider campus renewal plan, the reimagined building aspires to net zero energy use.     Located at the heart of 1960s medical school buildings on the school’s siloed north […]

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