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Question of the Month: Heading toward on-demand everything - How can contractors in commercial real estate keep up?

The on-demand economy we live in has conditioned people to expect to have what they want or need now. Rides, tools, labor, food, a place to stay...you name it and it can be “on the way.” Should owners, investors, and managers of commercial, office, and multi-unit residential properties have the same standard? Can commercial contractors meet or even approach an “on demand” expectation as we head into 2019?

The Brennan Group and an affiliate of
Corcoran Jennison complete $25 million development

Malden, MA An official ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the official opening of Residences at Malden Station 138, a $25 million...

The National Affordable Housing Management Association selects Lawrence’s Duck Mill for a 2018 Vanguard Award

Lawrence, MA The rehabilitation of a once abandoned mill property into new housing garnered national attention when it was one of only six p...

Company of the Month: Callahan Construction Managers
has been serving the region for more than 65 years

Bridgewater, MA Callahan Construction Managers is a full service construction management company that has been serving the region for more t...

CBRE/New England takes home seven BOMA Boston awards

Boston, MA CBRE/New England took home seven Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) awards, which were presented at the annual 2018 ...

Moretti of F. H. Perry Builder wins 2018 Project Manager PRISM Award

Hopkinton, MA Bill Moretti, project manager at F. H. Perry Builder, won the 2018 “Project Manager of the Year” PRISM Award prese...

Trinity Financial holds ribbon-cutting of Phase One & groundbreaking of Phase Two at Soundview Landing

Norwalk, CT The Norwalk Housing Authority and Trinity Financial, joined with state and local officials to celebrate the official ribbon-cutt...

Scape enters U.S. market with new headquarters in Boston

Boston, MA Scape, a London-based global real estate owner, operator and developer that specializes in the private, academic accommodations s...

Power surges: How can I protect my equipment? - by John Sloane

One of the best lines of protection is a Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), which maintains your power at a continuous 120 volts by drawing from batteries. If, for example, electricity comes from the street at 110 volts, the UPS will add 10 volts from the battery to correct that and supply you with 120 volts.

Walsh joins Stantec as principal in the firm’s transportation practice

Boston, MA According to Stantec, Kevin Walsh, a seasoned environmental expert with proven success guiding large-scale transportation project...