CTA Construction Managers completes $44 million Newtowne Court project

February 02, 2018 - Owners Developers & Managers
Newtowne Court - Cambridge, MA

Cambridge, MA CTA Construction Managers completed the 36th of 36 phases of the Newtowne Court renovation project, which includes updates to eight buildings and 268 affordable housing units. The multi-phased approach to the renovations was designed to allow as many units to remain occupied while work was underway; with the final phase completed the site will return to full occupancy.

“We’re very proud to have completed this extensive reworking of an important Cambridge residential community,” said Paul DuRoss, principal at CTA. “The renovations to this complex will improve the quality of life for hundreds of families and supplement the Cambridge Housing Authority’s mission of providing housing opportunities to families of all backgrounds.”

CTA and Baker/Wohl Architects, and the owner, Cambridge Housing Authority, started the $44 million Newtowne Court project in 2015. The renovation plan included upgrades to the interior of the 268 units, including removal of asbestos materials, installing engineered wood floors, new drywall and paint, replacement of all windows, new HVAC systems, electrical upgrades, plumbing upgrades and installation of a fire protection system. Improvements were also made to the bathrooms and kitchens, including new finishes and fixtures, appliances, countertops, and cabinet doors. Landscaping and civil architecture changes were made to the exterior of the units.

CTA Construction is an award-winning construction management firm with experience in building public and private facilities. Based in Waltham, Massachusetts, CTA Construction specializes in municipal construction and its portfolio includes a variety of commercial, residential, academic, civic and retail facilities. As a leader in green building, CTA Construction firm helps clients build sustainably and meet LEED Silver or greater and MA-CHPS standards. 

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