Tag: January’19

If the Greater Boston Market is Still Looking so Strong, Why is Everyone Worried?

If the Greater Boston Market is Still Looking so Strong, Why is Everyone Worried?

| December 14, 2018

Editors note: After more than 27 years leading NAIOP Massachusetts – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association, CEO David Begelfer has retired from his position as executive director and is now the founder of CRE Strategic Advisors, a commercial real estate consulting firm that provides advice and guidance to private, corporate, and institutional clients with […]

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Columbia Completes Boston MedFlight HQ

Columbia Completes Boston MedFlight HQ

| December 14, 2018

Bedford MA – Columbia Construction Company recently completed construction of the new headquarters for Boston MedFlight, the non-profit critical care medical transport provider. The 54,000sf facility, located on the civilian side of Hanscom Field in Bedford, consolidates all functions under one roof and includes hangar space for four aircraft, garage bays for ground ambulances, a […]

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Universal Provides Windows for Historic Renovation

Universal Provides Windows for Historic Renovation

| December 14, 2018

Allston, MA – Boston Volvo Village recently completed the historic renovation of 61 N. Beacon St., now home to its new urban dealership and offices. Marlborough-based Universal Window supplied the historic replica windows for the renovation. The architect for the project was Arrowstreet and the construction manager/contractor was CM&B of Danvers. The project is being managed by […]

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Elizabeth Collins-Calder Earns National Award

Elizabeth Collins-Calder Earns National Award

| December 14, 2018

Boston – Elizabeth Collins-Calder, director of leadership development at building contractor Suffolk, recently was presented with a 2018 Learning In Practice Award by Chief Learning Officer magazine, during an awards ceremony in Houston, Texas. Collins-Calder joined Suffolk in 2009 in the marketing department, and was named to her current position in 2018. Established in 2003, the Learning In […]

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ESC Promotes Hammerschmith

ESC Promotes Hammerschmith

| December 13, 2018

Burlington, MA – Electrical Supply Center (ESC) announced that David Hammerschmith of Maynard has been promoted to vice president of finance and administration. He will bring over a decade of experience and financial expertise to the role. Hammerschmith will oversee all finance and administrative operations for ESC and will work closely with the executive team to ensure timely, […]

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Payette Wins Architecture Firm of the Year

| December 13, 2018

Boston – The Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA/AIA) announced that  Payette has been selected as the 56th recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) highest honor, the Architecture Firm of the Year award. Other firms with close ties to Boston that have received this honor include Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects (2007); Gensler (2000); Perkins […]

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Kaplan Begins Work on JFK Crossing

Kaplan Begins Work on JFK Crossing

| December 13, 2018

Boston – Kaplan Construction has started construction on JFK Crossing, a five-story, 42,000sf mixed-use building at 420 Harvard Street in Brookline,  being developed by Aura Properties LLC. Kaplan is responsible for demolition and construction management for the project, that was designed by Embarc Studio. Construction started in September and is expected to be complete in […]

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Sustainable Comfort Promotes French

Sustainable Comfort Promotes French

| December 12, 2018

Worcester, MA – Sustainable Comfort, Inc (SCI), announced the promotion of Andrea French, VP of administration, to the ownership team. She has been with the company since August 2015, managing the company’s strategic human resources, marketing, branding, administration and insurance efforts. French’s expertise is backed by seven years of working in a similar capacity for a […]

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Saam Architecture Promotes Fannon

Saam Architecture Promotes Fannon

| December 12, 2018

Boston – Saam Architecture announced the promotion of Leah Fannon to senior associate. She is a registered architect in Massachusetts and Ohio and has been with Saam for two years. Fannon is LEED certified and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Her experience includes a variety of projects in the public and private […]

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Financing Secured for Cambridge Office Building

Financing Secured for Cambridge Office Building

| December 12, 2018

Cambridge, MA – Urban Spaces, a Cambridge-based commercial real estate development company has finalized $44 million in permanent financing from People’s United Bank for 121 First, a 60,000sf mixed-use office property fully preleased to CarGurus, a national automotive shopping site. The fixed-rate, long-term financing was arranged by Mike Surprenant, Principal at Goedecke & Co. Designed […]

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