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A.P. Construction to Complete Hospital Project

A.P. Construction to Complete Hospital Project

| February 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Stamford, CT – A.P. Construction, a construction management and general contracting firm, based in Stamford, is currently rebuilding and adding on to the White Plains Hospital in White Plains, N.Y., just north of New York City. This marks the second project that the company has completed for the hospital.This $20 million project involves the construction […]

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Wentworth MCA Student Chapter Makes Final Four

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – MCAA recently notified New England MCA and the Wentworth MCA Student Chapter that they placed fourth nationally in the MCAA Student Chapter Competition. This means they will compete in the Final Four at the 2015 MCAA Convention in Maui, Hawaii. The competition began at the 2014 MCAA Student Chapter Summit in Jersey City, […]

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Trend: Collaborative Space on Campus

Trend: Collaborative Space on Campus

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Tony Hsaio and  Rebecca Berry   A new satellite campus is in the works in Brockton, combining three colleges into one collaborative space. At Boston University, an honors college is building a “teaming space” atop a dorm. At UMass Amherst, a chapel is transforming into a flexible meeting place. The common theme: the creation […]

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Barr & Barr Manages FSU Upgades

Barr & Barr Manages FSU Upgades

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Framingham, MA – Barr & Barr is currently managing the Framingham State University (FSU) Hemenway Hall and Annex upgrade project that is over $53 million and on schedule to finish August of 2015. These two facilities combined with the new Hemenway Laboratories addition will make the largest academic building on campus. Both Hemenway Hall and […]

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Precast Chosen for University Dorm

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

New Haven, CT – Officials at the University of New Haven used a total precast concrete system with architectural insulated precast concrete wall panels in several finishes to create a new dynamic hub for student activities on the campus. Precast Chosen for the Aggressive Construction Schedule “I was skeptical that precast concrete was the best […]

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The Trickle-Up Effect of STEM Initiatives in University Construction

The Trickle-Up Effect of STEM Initiatives in University Construction

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Saul Schrader Colleges and universities throughout greater Boston continue to make headlines with their expansion plans. Northeastern University is set to open its brand new, 220,000sf interdisciplinary science and engineering facility in 2016. Boston University will break ground this May on the Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering, a $150 million, nine-story, state-of-the-art […]

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Schools and University Planners Have New Tools

Schools and University Planners Have New Tools

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Littleton, MA – Schools and university planners have new tools to combat changing enrollment. It’s called “permanent modular construction.” They are high-quality permanent structures built to the highest codes and standards. These buildings are not typical “classroom trailers” that are famously inexpensive. Permanent modular buildings are more expensive but don’t cut corners concerning day-lighting, energy-efficiency, air […]

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Save it or Gut It? Making the Optimal Renovation Choice

Save it or Gut It? Making the Optimal Renovation Choice

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Steven Allen How do you decide when it’s time for the building you have been nursing along for decades to undergo more than just another cosmetic renovation and apply “tough love” to reinvent it? Our architectural and interiors firm, PCA, faces this question whenever we renovate academic and student life buildings on campuses. Once […]

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SCUP Presentation: Student Residence Halls of the ’50s and ’60s

SCUP Presentation: Student Residence Halls of the ’50s and ’60s

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

SCUP will present “Student Residence Halls of the ’50s and ’60s: Creative, Budget-Friendly, and Innovative Solutions to Bring them into the 21st Century,” at SCUP North Atlantic at the Omni Providence in Providence, R.I. on Monday, April 13 at 2:45 p.m. by Jim Devol and Marco Tommasini In the 1950s and ’60s, colleges and universities built […]

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Five Tips to Enhance Your Organization’s Cybersecurity

Five Tips to Enhance Your Organization’s Cybersecurity

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Andy Obuchowski Cybersecurity is a hot discussion topic around the boardroom and a growing concern for many businesses. What can you do to help mitigate the risks of a cyberattack in your company? IT risk assessment: Understand your network. Evaluate your IT infrastructure to identify security gaps against industry-recommended guidelines and develop a remediation […]

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