According to Ebbrell Architecture + Design, Lauren Helman Foley, NCIDQ has joined its team as a senior interior designer. Foley has over 12 years’ experience in corporate interiors including working on numerous high-profile projectsDorchester, MA
Abbot Building Restoration Company, Inc. completed a comprehensive masonry renovation project on a four-story apartment building located at the corner of Maple Court and Schuyler St. near the Grove Hall section of the city.Ashland, MA
Scalora Consulting Group was founded with the intent of becoming the most forward-thinking and innovative owner’s representative firm in the design and construction industry.Bridgeport, CT
Anthony Gaglio, Sr., founder and president of Viking Construction, was named a 2021 Champion of Change from the Construction Institute. The award recognizes Gaglio’s dedication to hiringBoston, MA
Shepley Bulfinch, a national architecture firm known for design excellence and innovation, has appointed of Angela Watson, FAIA, to president and CEO, effective immediately.
Jonathan Devine, EIT has now joined TFMoran’s civil engineering department as a project engineer. Since last March, Devine has worked for TFMoran as a survey field technician. Fremont, NH
Jewett Construction Company, a New England regional design-build construction management firm and general contractor, has hired Will Courchesne as an assistant estimator. Newport, RI
On August 12th
, as renovations and construction began at Pell Elementary School, Downes Construction Company, the owner’s project manger of the project joined students, faculty, staff Boston, MA
According to Margulies Perruzzi (MP), one of New England’s most innovative architectural and interior design firms, and Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting (SFIL), one of the city’s premier architectural lighting design firms
“We shape our buildings; thereafter, they shape us.” In these days of institutional angst regarding decreasing net revenue, a growing stock of deferred maintenance and redundant real estate, and uncertain, declining enrollment, that well-known Sir Winston Churchill quote still holds water, especially when considering the college campus.