Construction Design & Engineering

CTA Const. tops off steel for new Plainville Public Safety Building

Plainville, MA CTA Construction has completed the “topping off” of what will be become the new public safety building, part of a...

Integrated Builders completes Chambers Collision Center

Holliston, MA Integrated Builders has completed the 80,000 s/f Chambers Collision Center on behalf of owner Herb Chambers. The Integrated Bu...

Woodcraft Designers has record breaking 2017

Canton, MA Woodcraft Designers & Builders closed out 2017 as it most successful year in the company’s history with over 250 projec...

Tecta America New England celebrates 30 year anniversary serving roofing market

North Billerica, MA Tecta America New England is proud to be celebrating its 30th anniversary serving the region’s commercial and indu...

North Branch Const. to begin fire stations in Londonderry and Warner

Concord, NH North Branch Construction has been serving as construction manager to the towns of Warner, Londonderry, and Newbury over se...

Shawmut breaks ground on BU’s Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Boston, MA Shawmut Design and Construction broke ground on a 41,900 s/f expansion and 53,100 s/f renovation of Boston University’s Gol...

Howes of Delphi Const. elected to board of Community Development Partnership

Mashpee, MA According to Delphi Construction, Inc. director of business development Tom Howes has been elected to the Board of the Eastham b...

Overcoming the strong disfavor of variances under Mass. law - by Jess Oyer

Real estate owners planning to construct a new addition or make any other improvement to their property might have to petition for a “variance” to allow for the contemplated construction. When a variance is required

MacDonald named associate at DeStefano Architects

Portsmouth, NH Juli MacDonald, AIA has been named an Associate at DeStefano Architects (D|A). A graduate of the University of...

Laser scanning historic assets - Coburn Hall renovation, UMass Lowell - by Laureen Poulakis

How do we speed up historic renovations?  The Northeast is a history buff’s playground and heritage buildings are everywhere, so how do we make them sustainable; how do we renovate and still be cost-effective?