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JM Electrical Promotions

JM Electrical Promotions

| July 9, 2019

Lynnfield, MA  – JM Electrical has announced three senior-level promotions as part of its long-term growth strategy. Adam Palmer, Frank Kelly, and Niall Black have been promoted to project executives.                   Palmer first joined the company in 2009 as project manager. Along with building automation, he focuses […]

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Whitney Ctr. Upgrades to Save Energy

Whitney Ctr. Upgrades to Save Energy

| July 3, 2019

Hamden, CT – Whitney Center, a full-service retirement community with 244 residential units, is working with staff and vendors to find ways to reduce its carbon footprint. Engineers from United Illuminating (UI) and Southern Connecticut Gas (SCG), both subsidiaries of AVANGRID, provided insights to interpret and verify energy audit results. New energy conservation goals warranted […]

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How E.M. Duggan is Overcoming the Limitations of Technology

How E.M. Duggan is Overcoming the Limitations of Technology

| March 25, 2019

by Emily Langner With new technology comes the ability to capture more information than ever before, allowing for increased automation and efficiency. But in the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) fields, many third-party software programs and applications have limitations or don’t provide solutions specific to a particular company or specialization. As a result, the advantages […]

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Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

| March 1, 2019

by  Mary Acciani Millersville, PA – The recently opened Lombardo Welcome Center at Millersville University was designed by AKF Group to be the first net-zero building on campus and is part of the university’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2040. Utilizing a combination of strategies, the building is expected to use less energy over […]

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ABI-LAB2 Breaking Ground on Second Facility with $20M Expansion

ABI-LAB2 Breaking Ground on Second Facility with $20M Expansion

| October 24, 2018

Natick, MA – On Nov. 14, ground will be broken for ABI-LAB2, a $20 million, 68,000sf bio-incubator with the capacity to house 45 biotech startups located at 22 Strathmore Road in Natick. The four-story structure will contain build-to-suit dedicated laboratories ranging from 800sf to 2,000sf with additional social spaces. Financing is provided by East Boston Savings […]

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Austen Riggs Ctr. to Renovate

Austen Riggs Ctr. to Renovate

| May 14, 2018

Stockbridge, MA – MassDevelopment has issued a $3.5 million tax-exempt bond for the Austen Riggs Center, a psychiatric hospital and residential treatment center in Stockbridge. Riggs will use bond proceeds to renovate and improve two historic buildings on Main Street used as patient residences.           The renovations at the Elms building […]

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Sullivan & McLaughlin Completes Reebok Global HQ Project

Sullivan & McLaughlin Completes Reebok Global HQ Project

| February 23, 2018

Boston – Sullivan & McLaughlin Companies (SullyMac) has completed the comprehensive electrical fit-out of the new 220,000sf Reebok International Ltd.’s headquarters facility, located at the Innovation and Design Building (IDB, formerly the Boston Design Center) on 25 Drydock Ave. in the Boston Seaport District.   The expansive new global offices are spread over five floors […]

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Obsolete Software Causes Lost Aftermarket Service Revenue

| February 2, 2018

Linköping, Sweden- IFS, a global enterprise applications company, has released a primary research study revealing that legacy software solutions used by specialty and trade contractors could prevent them from profitably delivering aftermarket services to their customers. These contractors are finding aftermarket service an important source of revenue growth as project owners wish to outsource asset maintenance to the […]

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It’s Worth Our Energy to Help ‘Greenovate’ Boston

It’s Worth Our Energy to Help ‘Greenovate’ Boston

| February 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

by John Cannistraro Jr. Snowstorms aside, there’s no doubt that Boston has been lucky over the past year or two. Our city rebounded from the recession unlike any city in America, and the proof is evident in the dozens of cranes operating from the Innovation District to Kendall Square to Somerville. Construction in Boston is […]

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