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US Lab Design Leads the World

US Lab Design Leads the World

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Mark Reed I have been traveling to Europe for consulting work over the past two years and have been struck by the difference between laboratory architecture there and here. Flexibility, the hallmark of design for science in the United States, is less common in Europe. In comparing the two design approaches, I have come […]

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Ver-Tex Launches New Center

Ver-Tex Launches New Center

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – Ver-Tex Shade|Light Solutions, a new division of Ver-Tex Construction Specialties, Inc., announced that George Lellios and Svetlana Bekker have joined the company to launch the Ver-Tex Shade|Light Solutions Experience Center located at 263 Summer Street in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood. Lellios, in the role of manager, and Bekker as design consultant, have welcomed visitors […]

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Milestone for CT’s First ‘Household Model’ Nursing Home

Milestone for CT’s First ‘Household Model’ Nursing Home

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Bridgeport, CT – The final steel beam for the new $75 million, 372,000sf Jewish Senior Services building on the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus was hoisted by crane and put into place during a special ceremony on January 22. The building will include Connecticut’s first “Household Model,” a new nursing home that is much more […]

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SCUP 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference

SCUP 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Planning for Change: Cultural, Technological, and Economic Shifts in Higher Education A recent Chronicle of Higher Education survey of 350 college and university presidents found that almost 70% believe that higher education will be vastly different in 10 years, with more than 30% believing that higher education in the United States is generally headed in […]

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Should Historic Masonry Buildings Be Insulated During Renovation?

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Dennis Kulesza In Boston and other cities in the Northeast, many historic, solid mass masonry wall buildings are undergoing or in need of restoration. This article focuses on the potential negative impact of adding thermal insulation to the exterior building envelope wall systems of historic masonry structures and the benefits of proper restoration of […]

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Registration Opens for MED-Ed Facilities Boston

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Centerville, MA – MED-Ed Facilities Boston, the healthcare and educational facilities design and construction event for New England, April 7 and 8 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, announced that registration for the event has opened. Sponsored by the Boston Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute, the New England Real Estate Journal, and High-Profile Monthly, […]

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Alternatives for Healthy Interior Educational Environments

Alternatives for Healthy Interior Educational Environments

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Bob Bowen For many facilities managers, mold and mold removal can be a scary proposition. Although many understand that mold in a building adversely affects indoor air quality, the thought of undertaking an effort to remove mold (as well as the time and cost associated with traditional methods) can be daunting. When the building […]

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Green Leaf Awarded Two UNH Projects

Green Leaf Awarded Two UNH Projects

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Durham, NH – Green Leaf Construction, a construction firm located in Leominster, Mass., has been awarded two projects for The University of New Hampshire in Durham, N.H. The first is an interior renovation project to create new conference and meeting space within the Memorial Union Building (MUB) and will take place on a “summer slammer” […]

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MEC Under Way on Converse Fit-Out

MEC Under Way on Converse Fit-Out

| January 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – NECA Boston contractor McDonald Electrical Corp. (MEC) of Hingham is under way with the fast-track, electrical tenant fit-out project for Converse, Inc.’s new corporate world headquarters building located at revitalized Lovejoy Wharf in Boston. The project team includes Shawmut Design and Construction of Boston, general contractor; The Architectural Team of Chelsea and Jennifer […]

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Golden Rule of Recruiting

Golden Rule of Recruiting

| January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Colm Allen In our business, we have a Golden Rule of Recruiting: There are three types of candidates, “A,” “B,” and “C,” and there are three types of employer “A,” “B,” and “C.” An “A” candidate in an “A” company is a good hire. A “B” candidate in a “B” company is good hire, […]

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