Tag: July’20

Exploring Solutions for Extreme Heat in Boston and Beyond

Exploring Solutions for Extreme Heat in Boston and Beyond

| July 2, 2020

by Emily Langner On episode 26 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia welcomed Tyler Shannon, architect and data scientist, and Kate Bubriski, director of sustainability and building performance at Arrowstreet. Arrowstreet is an architecture and design firm based in Boston. Shannon and Bubriski joined Anastasia to talk about the Living with Heat report that was […]

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Publisher’s Message: July 2020

Publisher’s Message: July 2020

| July 1, 2020

These past four weeks have been incredibly profound and challenging for our nation. The Black Lives Matter movement has sparked a global conversation about race in our country, and individuals and organizations are looking internally at how they’re contributing to the narrative and what they can do to take responsibility, including High-Profile. Kimberly Dowdell, president of the National […]

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Unitex and Dacon Transform Manufacturing Plant

Unitex and Dacon Transform Manufacturing Plant

| June 30, 2020

Lawrence, MA – Unitex and Dacon Corporation are transforming a 188,000sf manufacturing plant into an automated healthcare laundry and uniform service facility that is anticipated to bring 300 jobs to Lawrence. The facility will consist of both processing and delivery operations to service the state’s life science and healthcare industries. Situated at the former location […]

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Construction Begins on Genuity Science HQ

Construction Begins on Genuity Science HQ

| June 29, 2020

Boston – Berkeley Building Company, a New England construction management firm, has started work on the new U. S. corporate headquarters for Genuity Science,  a global open-access technology platform company.       Designed by SMMA, the interior of the space will be a mixture of modern finishes while preserving significant portions of the historical […]

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Converting Commercial Buildings to Labs: Four Key Considerations

Converting Commercial Buildings to Labs: Four Key Considerations

| June 29, 2020

by Bryan Thorp Sustained demand for lab and life science space, combined with a growing surplus of commercial office and retail buildings, is sparking renewed interest in conversion design. While this is an opportune moment to repurpose well-located properties, many commercial spaces are simply not built for easy adaptation. The commercial buildings we review for […]

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High-Profile Welcomes New Summer Interns

High-Profile Welcomes New Summer Interns

| June 29, 2020

Boston – High-Profile has added five new summer semester interns to its digital marketing team. Precious Figueroa-Szostek is a New Haven, Conn. native studying business administration and chemistry at Simmons University in Boston. At High-Profile, she works primarily on the HPConnects weekly webinars highlighting AEC industry professionals. While at HP, she strives to build upon […]

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Spectrum IT Nears Completion of Brewery HQ

Spectrum IT Nears Completion of Brewery HQ

| June 26, 2020

Boston – Spectrum Integrated Technologies (IT), the low-voltage division of J&M Brown Company, Inc., is in the final stage of large-scale video security and card access system enhancements for the Samuel Adams/Boston Beer Co. brewery and corporate headquarters, located at 17-25 Drydock Ave. in Boston. The NECA Boston contractor started the project in November 2019 […]

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HMFH Designs Zero-Net Energy School

HMFH Designs Zero-Net Energy School

| June 26, 2020

Westborough, MA – The new Annie E. Fales Elementary School designed by HMFH Architects for the town of Westborough is projected to achieve zero-net-energy use when it opens in the fall of 2021.  A highly efficient building enclosure, geothermal heating and cooling, low wattage LED fixtures, and centralized energy management reduce energy use to one-third […]

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BPA Announces 2020 Preservation Awards

BPA Announces 2020 Preservation Awards

| June 26, 2020

This year, the Boston Preservation Alliance’s Preservation Awards event will be virtual and will be held on Thursday, Oct. 15. This year’s winners are: Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston Boston Landmark District Owner/Developer: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston Architect: Elkus Manfredi Architects General Contractor: Suffolk The Cathedral of the Holy Cross stands in the […]

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