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BuildBlock ICFs Contribute to LEED Points

BuildBlock ICFs Contribute to LEED Points

| November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Marty Baron According to an assessment conducted by Kelly Parker, P.E., LEED, president of GWS, LLC, BuildBlock Building Systems Insulating Concrete Forms (ICFs) can help your construction project attain LEED Green Building status. The assessment asserts that BuildBlock ICFs can furnish the basis for 19 LEED points if the guidelines outlined below are applied […]

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NAIOP/SIOR Annual Forecast

NAIOP/SIOR Annual Forecast

| November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Boston – The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP) of Massachusetts and the Society of Industrial Office Realtors (SIOR) Massachusetts chapter recently held its annual forecast meeting to a well-attended audience of developers, owners, and related professionals. Doug Poutasse, executive vice president at Bentall Kennedy, began the NAIOP/SIOR Annual Forecast by providing a […]

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Change Management: Don’t Let it “Just” Happen

Change Management: Don’t Let it “Just” Happen

| November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Chad Wisler “Change” is an interesting verb, purely indicative of not being content in a current state, but rather evolving (or de-evolving) to another state of being. Our architectural/engineering/construction industry is founded on change, ranging from physical interiors renovation to grand campus developments, to restoration of industrial parks into green environments. Our supporting design practices, […]

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Joe Flynn on 2014 as MBC President

Joe Flynn on 2014 as MBC President

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

To contribute to our 2014 Year In Review focus, we asked Joe Flynn, Allsteel, Inc., to share his insight as outgoing president of Massachusetts Building Congress 2013-2014. HP: What was your takeaway as MBC president? JF: It was very gratifying professionally. I got to work with many folks in leadership positions at many of the area’s […]

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Storm Windows: Still Here After All These Years

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Jane McLaughlin Despite all the talk about replacing your old wood sash with low-e, argon-filled vinyl windows, there is another solution: triple-track storm windows. A government study, conducted in Chicago, has shown that installing clear-glass storm windows can reduce your heating load by 13%, and storms glazed with hard-coat low-e can reduce the load by […]

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Banner Year for NCA

Banner Year for NCA

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Jeffrey Dale Bianco Northeast Collaborative Architects (NCA) has long enjoyed a reputation as a leading architectural firm, particularly in the specialty areas of historic preservation and restoration. Through the years, NCA’s design excellence has been recognized with over 100 awards; 2014 has been a banner year that surpassed our expectations, as our practice garnered 19 awards […]

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ABC Massachusetts EICA Award Winners

ABC Massachusetts EICA Award Winners

| November 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Massachusetts Chapter of ABC recently announced the winners of its 2014 Excellence in Construction Awards (EICA). The awards recognize the very best construction projects that ABC members in Massachusetts have been a part of over the past year. Awards are based on quality and craftsmanship and help ABC in promoting the outstanding construction work […]

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Maugel Architects Reaps Benefits of Boston’s Suburban Market Revitalization  

| November 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Harvard, MA – Maugel Architects has had a busy year. The continuing trend of repositioning suburban assets has resulted in a flurry of new commissions for the firm. The popular live-work-play lifestyle, so readily available in urban settings, is now being embraced along Route 95/128 in Burlington and Waltham, and in many office campus settings […]

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Lockamy Joins WorldTech Team

| November 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Woburn, MA – WorldTech recently welcomed Tyler Lockamy, M.A., to the position of GIS analyst. His field of studies includes geographic information science, applied geography, and geospatial technology. Lockamy is known for pushing technical limits to find new solutions. WorldTech expects that Lockamy’s drive and solid knowledge of field-related technology and environmental resource planning will strengthen […]

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CWA Helps Spark Sustainable Discoveries

CWA Helps Spark Sustainable Discoveries

| November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hartford, CT – Yale’s Center for Green Chemistry and Engineering, an interdisciplinary group of chemists and engineers, has recently moved into its newly dedicated research space. The Green Chemistry Lab will serve as ground zero for fulfilling the center’s mission to develop chemical products and processes that have low or no environmental impacts. Located in […]

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