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Griffin Supports Charity Programs

Griffin Supports Charity Programs

| January 21, 2019

Holliston, MA – New England electrical contractor Griffin Electric and its employees once again teamed up with the Holliston Pantry Shelf for its annual Mitten Project, providing holiday presents to children in need. The charity relies entirely on private donations to support its numerous initiatives. Griffin partnered with Beantown Blankets, an organization that donates to homeless […]

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Amenta Emma Announces Promotions

Amenta Emma Announces Promotions

| January 21, 2019

Hartford, CT – Amenta Emma announced the promotion of two team members to associate. Debra L. Seay, AIA, WELL AP, joined Amenta Emma in 2016, bringing with her more than 14 years of experience working on large-scale, complex projects. She serves as project manager, and her recent work includes the renovation of Subway’s World Headquarters in Milford and projects […]

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Phase 3 at Assembly Row Launched

Phase 3 at Assembly Row Launched

| January 21, 2019

Somerville, MA – Federal Realty Investment Trust recently launched Phase 3 at Assembly Row, a 40-acre transit-oriented development, just outside of Boston with the announcement of PUMA’s North American HQ set to anchor a 300,000sf space building, with ground floor retail space. The contractor is Cranshaw Construction. Phase 3 of the development also includes a new, […]

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BPDA Approves Four Residential Projects

| January 18, 2019

Boston – The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) Board of Directors approved residential development projects in Mattapan, East Boston, South Boston, and Fenway at its January meeting. In total, the projects will create 559 residential units, including 90 income-restricted units, and a fully affordable senior housing development. Development projects are: Grace Apartments – Developed by the […]

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Marr Sets Bridge at Boston Children’s Hospital

Marr Sets Bridge at Boston Children’s Hospital

| January 18, 2019

Boston – Boston Children’s Hospital is building a pedestrian bridge at the intersection of Longwood Avenue and Blackfan Street, which will provide direct pedestrian access between the Patient and Family Parking Garage and a new lobby above the main hospital’s entrance, making hospital trips safer and more convenient for patients and visitors. Working for steel fabricator […]

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SLAM Announces Board Appointments

SLAM Announces Board Appointments

| January 17, 2019

Glastonbury, CT – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) announced that Tanya Cutolo, AIA, LEED AP, and Ross Spiegel, FAIA, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP, have recently been appointed to the following boards: Spiegel, a specifications coordinator for SLAM, has been elected vice chair of the Connecticut Green Building Council (CTGBC) Board of Directors. He will serve a one-year […]

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Youngclaus Joins RPF

Youngclaus Joins RPF

| January 17, 2019

Amesbury, MA – RPF Environmental, Inc., an environmental health and safety (EH&S) consulting firm, announced that Cameron Youngclaus has recently joined its staff. He will be working as an EH&S consultant providing industrial hygiene, safety, indoor air quality, and asbestos testing and consulting services throughout New England. While in college, he conducted research on water quality […]

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BOND Announces New Leadership

BOND Announces New Leadership

| January 17, 2019

Boston – BOND, a Northeast building, civil, utility, and energy construction firm, has named Tony Nigro as senior vice president of operations for its building division. He joins Frank Hayes, COO and recently appointed president of BOND Building Division. Hayes and Nigro will join the building division’s leadership team to help advance the long-range strategic […]

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Cardinal Cushing Centers Repurposed

Cardinal Cushing Centers Repurposed

| January 17, 2019

NEI and TAT team up Hanover, MA – A new development in Hanover has transformed the Cardinal Cushing Center’s campus into a community now known as Bethany Apartments. The campus had supported children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through education, employment training, residential care, and other services since the late 1940s. NEI of Randolph […]

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Fazio Joins JACA

Fazio Joins JACA

| January 17, 2019

Quincy, MA – JACA Architects announced that Joseph Fazio has recently joined the firm as an associate and director of documentation and construction administration. He comes most recently from Elkus Manfredi Architects, during which time he worked on the Boston Cathedral project. Fazio’s previous experience includes work with Prellwitz Chilinski Architects, Inc. in Cambridge as […]

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