Tag: historic

Middlesex Savings Unveils Renovated Branch

Middlesex Savings Unveils Renovated Branch

| May 14, 2019

Margulies Perruzzi Announces Re-Opening Concord, MA – Middlesex Savings Bank and Margulies Perruzzi (MP) announced the re-opening of the newly renovated branch at 64 Main Street in Concord. The renovation focused on celebrating and honoring the historic interior architectural features of the building while incorporating modern amenities, comforts, and features. The goal for the 9,000sf […]

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Finegold Alexander to Design Renovation

Finegold Alexander to Design Renovation

| May 10, 2019

Boston – Finegold Alexander Architects of Boston has been selected to design the renovation of Toronto’s High Park Alhambra United Church into loft-style residences. This is the first international project since the firm’s new leadership reorganization two years ago. Originally built in 1908 by  architectural firm Burke, Horwood & White, the church location became, and […]

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Maugel/Russo Project Gets Award

Maugel/Russo Project Gets Award

| May 9, 2019

Leominster, MA – The Ivory Keys Apartments, located at 140 Adams St., was recently recognized by Preservation Massachusetts. Maugel Architects and L.D. Russo transformed this once-vacant historic mill building that formerly housed a piano manufacturing facility into a 41-unit affordable rental housing complex. The new design pays homage to the building’s history by preserving and […]

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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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Callahan Completes Harvard Mills Reno

Callahan Completes Harvard Mills Reno

| April 17, 2019

Wakefield, MA – Callahan Construction Managers announced the completion of interior renovations at Harvard Mills in Wakefield. The project involved a reimagination of the common areas in the west wing of the historic woolen mill, originally built in the early 1900s. Developer Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC has owned the building since 1999 and hired Callahan […]

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Kaplan Completes Synagogue Resto/Reno

Kaplan Completes Synagogue Resto/Reno

| April 17, 2019

Boston – Kaplan Construction announced the completion of an addition, restoration, and renovation of the historic Congregation Kehillath Israel (KI) in Brookline that began as a small collective in 1911 and was granted a charter by the commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1917. Over the course of 10 years, Kaplan provided preconstruction and construction management services […]

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Massachusetts Firm Awarded Historic Library Renovation Project

| March 8, 2019

Somerville, MA – CTA Construction Managers announced that it has been awarded a contract to renovate Somerville’s historic West Branch Library. The 100-year-old library is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is classified as a Carnegie Library. During the renovation, CTA Construction will oversee the updating and modernization of the historic building […]

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Two URI Reno Projects Underway

Two URI Reno Projects Underway

| February 19, 2019

Kingston, RI – The University of Rhode Island selected Dimeo Construction Company to serve as its construction manager on two projects: the new College of Engineering and the Bliss Hall renovation, both designed by Ballinger. The new 186,258sf College of Engineering Building, an H-shaped, six-story facility, which includes a walk-out lower level, six-story bridge structure, […]

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NEI Transforms Dorm into Affordable Housing

NEI Transforms Dorm into Affordable Housing

| February 4, 2019

  Boston – NEI General Contracting has completed its fourth project for the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. (POUA), a nonprofit housing developer affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. NEI oversaw the historic adaptive re-use of the 56,000sf Kennedy Hall at Cardinal Cushing Center in Hanover into 37 affordable and workforce housing units, […]

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PPS Releases Most Endangered Properties List

PPS Releases Most Endangered Properties List

| January 25, 2019

Providence, RI – The Providence Preservation Society (PPS) announced the 2019 Most Endangered Properties (MEP) List recently at the organization’s annual meeting. The list is comprised of architecturally and historically significant properties in Providence threatened by neglect, deterioration, or demolition. For 25 years, PPS has worked with concerned neighbors, owners, and activists to develop the […]

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