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Remembering Lynn Wolff

Remembering Lynn Wolff

| April 27, 2016

The landscape architectural community mourns the loss of Lynn Wolff, FASLA, president and principal of Copley Wolff Design Group. She was a local and national leader in the field for over 35 years. Her drive and passion were evident in her work; an extensive portfolio includes the Wharf District Parks on the Rose Kennedy Greenway […]

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Towers|Golde Receives 2016 CT ASLA Award

Towers|Golde Receives 2016 CT ASLA Award

| April 27, 2016

Hartford, CT – Towers|Golde is the recipient of the 2016 CT ASLA Award of Excellence for The Phoenix Plaza. The landscape architects were the lead designer for all plaza improvements including concrete pavers, precast concrete walls/curbs, metal barriers, planting, light fixture selection, and grading. While respecting this historic building and its midcentury aesthetic, the main […]

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Amenta Emma Opens NYC Office

| April 26, 2016

NY – Amenta Emma Architects recently announced the opening of its new office at 333 Hudson Street, New York, on the lower West Side of Manhattan. The new office was opened to better serve new and existing clients in the New York City and tri-state area. It joins the offices in Hartford and Stamford Conn., and Cambridge, Mass. […]

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Jewett Named Butler Manufacturing High-Performance Builder

Jewett Named Butler Manufacturing High-Performance Builder

| April 26, 2016

Raymond, NH – Jewett Construction Co., Inc. has been recognized as a 2015 High-Performance Builder by Kansas City, Mo.-based Butler Manufacturing — a leader in the design and manufacture of pre-engineered metal building systems for the commercial construction industry.

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High-Performance Building: Evaluating Low-Cost Alternatives for Building Materials

High-Performance Building: Evaluating Low-Cost Alternatives for Building Materials

| April 26, 2016

by Aniruddha Nene Locally sourced alternatives to traditional building materials are popular in building construction, and for good reason. The lower amount of energy required to process natural, locally available materials presents an environmentally favorable life-cycle impact. These days, the distance required to move a material from its source to the building site is a […]

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Regis Opens Newly Renovated Science Lab

Regis Opens Newly Renovated Science Lab

| April 26, 2016

Weston, MA – Regis President Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN, was joined by Travis McCready, president and CEO of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC), and other federal, state, and local officials to mark the opening of the university’s newly renovated 826sf science laboratory. The renovated space and scientific equipment is the result of a $355,000 MLSC […]

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Landry/French Wins AGC Top Award

Landry/French Wins AGC Top Award

| April 26, 2016

Hinckley, ME – Landry/French Construction Company has won a first place award in the 2016 Build Maine Awards Competition for its restoration and addition of the Charles E. Moody School at Good Will-Hinckley, home to the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences. Sponsored by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Maine, the award was presented at […]

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Erland Welcomes Bobrowski

Erland Welcomes Bobrowski

| April 25, 2016

Hamden, CT – Erland Construction has hired David Bobrowski as director of business development for its western region. He will work alongside the region’s other director of business development, Mike Petro. Bobrowski will be based in the company’s Hamden office, where he will apply his knowledge of and experience with the Connecticut market to identify […]

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Murphy Joins Acentech

Murphy Joins Acentech

| April 25, 2016

Cambridge, MA – Acentech recently announced that Kristen Murphy, LEED AP BD+C, has joined the firm as a consultant in architectural acoustics.  Murphy is an acoustical consultant providing architectural acoustics, mechanical systems noise and vibration control, and environmental noise consulting for educational, healthcare, performing arts, commercial, and residential projects. Prior experience includes work on more than 100 projects. At Acentech, her current […]

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History Still Flows at the New Goffe Mill Plaza

History Still Flows at the New Goffe Mill Plaza

| April 25, 2016

by Robert Duval The historic Goffe Mill site (also known as the former Wayfarer Inn site) in Bedford, N.H., is undergoing a unique and lively revitalization. The site occupies 16.2 acres across Bowman Brook between South River Road and the FE Everett Turnpike. Originally developed in 1744 by Colonel John Goffe, who obtained the property for […]

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