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Restoration and Renovation Trends: Green Buildings

Restoration and Renovation Trends: Green Buildings

| January 30, 2019

by Matthew Guarracino Office buildings, hotels, and retail spaces continue to change Greater Boston’s landscape. In the midst of this development boom, some of the city’s new and refurbished properties have helped affirm Boston’s status as a leader in innovation, with many of these buildings incorporating green protocols. In fact, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient […]

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Finegold Alexander Wins Award

Finegold Alexander Wins Award

| January 29, 2019

Boston – Finegold Alexander Architects (FAA) and The Gettys Group announced The Godfrey Hotel has received a Citation for Design Excellence from the Boston Society of Architects’ (BSA’s) Hospitality Design Award program.   The 242-room hotel design re-imagines two historic office buildings as a sanctuary in the city, activates the street edge, and contributes to the […]

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TFMoran Works on Theatre Renovation

TFMoran Works on Theatre Renovation

| January 23, 2019

Concord, NH – Construction is well underway on the renovation of the historic Concord Theatre. TFMoran structural and civil engineers worked closely with Dennis Mires P.A. The Architects, and Milestone Engineering and Construction to provide civil and structural engineering for the project. Originally a bakery started in the mid-1800s, the Concord Theatre building was converted […]

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U.S. Postal Plant Redesigned

U.S. Postal Plant Redesigned

| January 22, 2019

Waltham, MA – Boston design firm CBT recently announced the completion of POST 200 Smith, a former U.S. Postal Service processing plant converted into a 430,000sf creative office community. CBT’s extensive redesign repositioned the property’s open, sprawling environment into a collective of fresh, cohesive workspaces, transforming the site’s one-story warehouse and three-story office building into […]

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Historic Train Depot Reimagined as New Academic Arts Center

Historic Train Depot Reimagined as New Academic Arts Center

| November 2, 2018

Boston – Middlesex Community College has purchased the former Boston & Maine Railroad Depot at Towers Corner in Lowell for a new performing arts venue.  Leers Weinzapfel’s design restores the depot’s deteriorating exterior masonry and incorporates a redesigned interior that contains three major teaching spaces—a 100-seat music recital hall, dance studio, and a two-story, 177-seat “egg” […]

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Masonry Repair Complete on Three Hemenway Apartments

Masonry Repair Complete on Three Hemenway Apartments

| October 31, 2018

Boston – Abbot recently completed Phase 1 of a comprehensive masonry repair project at a series of residential apartment buildings owned by Hemenway Apartments in Boston’s Fenway section. The buildings were located at 497 and 875 Huntington Avenue, and 97 Hemenway Street.   After securing funds for the project, the owner hired James Blauch Architect to […]

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Ribbon Cutting for Energy-Efficient School

Ribbon Cutting for Energy-Efficient School

| October 18, 2018

Brookline, MA – The town of Brookline hosted a ribbon-cutting celebration for the new Coolidge Corner School, marking the recent opening of the school a significant step towards solving its enrollment growth pressures. The 227,000sf expansion and restoration project was designed by Cambridge-based HMFH Architects and includes full-scale renovation of the school’s historic 1913 building, two […]

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CompanyWide Helps Hurricane Victims

| September 27, 2018

Boston – CompanyWide, a Boston-based startup company, is helping victims of Hurricane Florence by offering free services for rebuilding projects. “Rebuilding after a hurricane is painful enough. The last thing anyone should have to pay for is getting connected to help,” said Alexander R. Neary, president of CompanyWide. “There is a national construction labor shortage going […]

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QA+M to Design Arts School

QA+M to Design Arts School

| September 18, 2018

Farmington, CT – The transition of Bristol’s historic Memorial Boulevard School into an arts magnet school took a major step forward as the committee in charge selected Quisenberry Arcari Malik, LLC (QA+M Architecture) as the architect and lead designer for the project. Rusty Malik, AIA, principal in charge, will lead a project team that includes […]

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Moser Pilon Nelson Completes NVCC Renos

Moser Pilon Nelson Completes NVCC Renos

| August 24, 2018

Waterbury, CT – The nursing and allied health curriculum at Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) had been located in aged instructional facilities constructed decades ago and was in need of an up-to-date facility that would allow the program to continue to grow and to produce the top-rated nursing and healthcare talent demanded by the region. The original […]

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