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Rutgers Hall Receives LEED Gold Certification

Rutgers Hall Receives LEED Gold Certification

| December 11, 2019

Designed by SLAM Glastonbury, CT – The new Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering at Rutgers University on the Busch campus recently received LEED Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The 106,000sf, four-story facility offers state-of-the-art learning and research spaces designed to bring students, faculty and industry together to pursue new solutions […]

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Kaplan Receives Two ABC Awards

Kaplan Receives Two ABC Awards

| December 4, 2019

Boston – Kaplan Construction, a WBE general contractor and construction management firm, announced that it was honored with two Excellence in Construction Awards (EICA) from the Massachusetts chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC MA). The company received two Eagle awards, the highest level of recognition that can be bestowed by the ABC. Congregation Kehillath […]

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SMRT Names New Principals

SMRT Names New Principals

| November 20, 2019

Andover, MA – SMRT Architects and Engineers announced the elevation of five design professionals to principals.   Jonathan Kasper, PE, principal and director of mechanical engineering, designs mechanical systems and manages both new construction and complex renovation projects for healthcare, government and higher education clients.             Nicole Rogers, AIA, LEED AP […]

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Coreslab Chosen For School Project

Coreslab Chosen For School Project

| October 23, 2019

New York – Coreslab Structures (CONN) Inc. was chosen for N.Y. School Project P.S. 81 Standalone Gym Annex in Queens to provide high-performance load-bearing precast concrete insulated wall panels with approximately 7,500sf of architectural finish. The general contractor on this project is Northeast Restoration Corp. The exterior face of the precast concrete panels express large […]

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O&G, S/L/A/M Join School Groundbreaking

O&G, S/L/A/M Join School Groundbreaking

| May 1, 2019

Groton, CT – A groundbreaking celebration of the new 155,000sf, $66 million Groton Middle School was attended by state and local officials, school administrators, teachers, project leaders, and community members on April 23. Designed by The S/L/A/M Collaborative  and constructed by O&G Industries, the project is estimated to be completed for occupancy in summer 2020. […]

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Fire Protection System Design Standards for Higher Education Applications

Fire Protection System Design Standards for Higher Education Applications

| February 20, 2018

by Carson Cook Engineering design standards play an important role in the design and construction of building mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems. Many academic institutions publish design standards that cover a range of criteria, including preferred manufacturers and performance criteria. Such standards however often focus heavily upon MEP systems with limited or no requirements […]

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Consulting Firms Merge

| February 7, 2018

Hollywood, FL – NV5 Global, Inc., a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions, announced today that it has acquired CSA (M&E) Ltd., a leading provider of Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) engineering and sustainability consulting services. With annual revenues approaching $5 million and offices in Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and the UAE, CSA serves […]

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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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What Is A Lab Building? by Mark Reed

What Is A Lab Building? by Mark Reed

| October 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

In preparation for a panel discussion, I was recently asked, “What are the key features that distinguishes a laboratory building from an office building?”  It is a good question because more often than not the buildings we work in have many, but not all, of the key attributes of a good lab building.  The following […]

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