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The Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference
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or build new ones in a traditional style.
March 12–15, 2008 S Hynes Convention Center
Mont Vernon's new fire station
North Branch Completes Fire Station
Mont Vernon, NH - Design/build with wood walls and wood roof trusses,
contractor North Branch Construction, Inc. cement board siding, asphalt shingles and
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a new 66’ x 122’ fire station for the town of North Branch Construction and
The Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference offers FREE admission to the exhibit hall Mont Vernon. Udelsman Associates of Hollis teamed up
when you pre-register before March 2, 2008 at www.traditionalbuildingshow.com. The building features masonry block for this $1.4 million project.
Or, as our special guest, bring this ticket with you to register onsite.
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Continued from page 6 dominantly for hunting and fishing. The
development will serve up to 300 members.
to construct a One Story building, steel
framed construction, wood truss roofing sys-
tem with exterior skin of simulated stone
masonry, cedar clapboard siding and trim,
Norton, MA Construction of a 90-acre
mixed-use development that will include
corporate, high-tech and life sciences space
Solution in Steel
aluminum storefronts, asphalt shingle roof- as well as retail and hospitality uses.
ing. Scope shall include cedar fence, cast in Affordable Housing Development.
place concrete, architectural precast con- Provincetown, MA - Construction of a
crete, masonry, structural steel, LGMF, 38-unit housing development, with 28 units
metal fabrications, rough & finish carpentry, designated for affordable housing. The
insulation, Prefabricated Cupola, sealants, project will include 20 rental apartments
doors frames & hardware, GWB assemblies, between one and four bedrooms in seven
painting, VCT flooring, teller window, fire buildings on one portion of the property.
protection, plumbing, HVAC and electrical. Another parcel will have 15 two- and three-
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center bedroom for-sale condominiums in six
Project Type: Athletic Facilities, buildings with underground parking. A final
Hospitals/Clinics - $13.9 million $5.9 mil- three-unit parcel will have two one-bed-
lion for construction/renovation, $6.8 mil- room units and a one two-bedroom unit.
lion for land/building purchase, $1.1 million The project will also include a retail com-
for equipment purchase. ponent.
An alcohol and drug treatment center Central Village Fire Station.
with 24 intermediate, long term treatment, Westport, MA Construction of a Find a Member of the
and rehabilitation beds. The project includes 21,000sf fire station that will resemble a Steel Fabricators
a 15,000sf two-story building to house beds, barn and will have four bedrooms.
dining facilities, treatment spaces and gener- Bridgeport Hospital of New England
al meeting hall, and a 10,000sf exercise Project Type: Hospitals/Clinics. Value: online at
facility with a gym, running track, basketball $2.8 million $1.1 million for
court and indoor pool. The existing Manor construction/renovation. 267 Grant Street.
House will receive 13,000sf of renovations,
and will be used for administrative offices
Bridgeport, CT. Renovations to an existing www.ssfne.org
hospital to allow the installation of a new
and support functions. Sharon, CT. 40 catheterization lab, and the conversion of
Jackson Hill Road. an existing catheterization lab to an electro- Steel Fabricators of New England
Developer Mountainside Foundation physiology lab. Owner Augusta S. Mueller, 11 Robert Toner Blvd., # 234 • North Attleboro, MA 02763
P.O. Box 717, Canaan, CT 06018 Bridgeport Hospital, 267 Grant Street, Phone: 603-766-7363 • Fax: 508-695-0039
PH: 800-762-5433. http://www.moun- Bridgeport, CT 06610, PH: 203-384-3126, Catherine Flaherty, Executive Director
tainside.org Fax: 203-384-3968, Email:
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Bass Rocks Golf Club Clubhouse endoscopy center with two procedure Grap
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(Shops/Restaurants), $2.4 million, step-down recovery recliners, a reception Graphic Services
Gloucester, MA. area, and support space. Over 20 Years in the Graphic Design
New, two story clubhouse of 14,000sf at East Hartford Community HealthCare and Printing Industry
Bass Rocks Golf Club, with a 1,000 sf deck. Services Relocation.
Owner Business Manager, Bob Shea, Hartford, CT - Plans call for the reloca-
Bass Rocks Golf Club, PO Box tion of East Hartford Community
3163,Gloucester, MA 01931 Healthcare’s obstetrics, gynecology servic- Services:
PH: 978-283-7774 es and pediatric services.
Nantucket Sporting Club. Hospital for Special Care Relocation.
Nantucket, MA - Renovation of an Hartford, CT - Relocation of the Magazines
existing building that used to be a restaurant Hospital for Special Care, a satellite long-
as well as the partial demolition and addi- term acute care hospital, from the Saint
tion the existing building. Plans include the Francis South Campus to the Saint Francis Graph a Guidetti
construction of a two lane bowling alley, a North Campus. Newsletters
wine cellar, and an eating area. The club
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38 January, 2008
Rough Edges Margulies Renovates Shelter Bldg.
Cambridge, MA - Margulies & tion and will be completed in the spring of
Continued from page 37 http://www.cityofattleboro.us/ Associates is renovating a historic building 2008. Each woman will receive her own
New Library. in Cambridge for Shelter, Inc. When com- room, and a staff member will work inten-
Stamford Hospital Ambulatory Care Center. Auburn, MA - Plans call for a 39,650
Norwalk, CT - Construction of a pleted, it will serve as a 14-bedroom sup- sively with each tenant to get her the help
square foot library with a capacity of
75,000sf ambulatory care center with a 171,000 volumes and 50 computers. portive housing facility for homeless she needs, including education, job training
fitness center, medical office space and Village at Barnstable. women. and placement, and medical services.
diagnostic services. Barnstable, MA - Construction of a Founded in 1974, Shelter, Inc. is a The project team consists of
Attleboro Intermodal Transportation retirement community that will span over non-profit organization built on the belief Development Concepts, Inc., contractor;
Center 500,000sf and include a two story com- that providing affordable housing to fami- The Collaborative Engineers, mechanical,
Project Type: Retail mon building with dining and recreational lies and individuals as quickly as possible, electrical and plumbing engineer; and,
(Shops/Restaurants), Transportation facilities, four three to four story residen- along with intensive support services, is the Nitsch Engineers, Inc., civil engineer.
Centers, $< 5 million - 15 Wall Street. tial buildings that will surround and con- solution to ending homelessness. Margulies & Associates worked closely
Attleboro, MA -Construction of the nect to the common building. There will
Attleboro Intermodal Transportation The house is currently under renova- with the Cambridge Historical Commission.
be 170 one bedroom units and 170 two
Center. The project will have a public
transportation and private retail compo-
nents. Owner Michael Milanoski,
bedroom units that will be independent
living units as well as 32 one bed and
eight two bed assisted living units. In total
New Online Documentary
Executive Director, City of Attleboro
Attleboro Redevelopment Authority -
421 units and 599 beds are planned. 326
parking spaces are planned as under- Features Carol R. Johnson
8 Main Street North Attleboro, MA 02760 Boston, MA - The Cultural Landscape in Landscape Legends, "We saw many things;
- PH: 508-222-4012, Fax: 508-222-3632 - Continued on next page Foundation (TCLF) recently launched a new some of them have not changed in the ensuing
online documentary series, "Landscape 55 years. I’ve changed, but I still love the
Legends," to chronicle the lives and careers landscapes that I loved then. And I still love
NEEBC Recognizes Suffolk of America's most significant post war land-
seeing people doing their daily activities and
fitting into the urban and the rural landscape.”
Boston, MA - Suffolk Construction benefits programs. The inaugural documentary in the Unlike many early 20th Century
Company, Inc. has been named a winner Celebrating 25 years of client series features Boston-based landscape archi- female practitioners who in recent years have
of the New England Employee Benefits service, Suffolk Construction Company, tect Carol R. Johnson. In this first ever been chronicled and celebrated in books and
Council’s (NEEBC) 2007 “Best Practice” Inc. is one of the leading privately-held national effort to spotlight the shapers of exhibitions, Johnson did not usually design
award. The annual award is presented to building contracting firms in the coun- America’s post war landscape, Johnson acts gardens – she created/planned civic and pub-
the companies that best exhibit innova- try, providing quality building construc- as both an interpreter and tour guide for her lic spaces, reclaimed formerly polluted indus-
tion and creativity in the planning and tion management, preconstruction, half-century of built work including: trial sites, guided campus landscapes into the
delivery of their employee benefit pro- design/build and general contracting Boston’s Mystic Reservation and Kennedy modern age, and as such is a critical link in
grams. services nationwide. For more informa- Library Park; Bowdin College, Brunswick, understanding the evolution of the profes-
Founded in 1979, the New England tion about Suffolk, visit the company ME; Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA; sion, and the role for women historically and
Employee Benefits Council is the website at www.suffolkconstruction.com. and, John Marshall Park in Washington, D.C. today in the fields of landscape architecture,
region’s largest provider of employee Reflecting on her career, Johnson notes urban design and planning.
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Continued from previous page mercial business park that would house
office and retail components on 9.5 acres.
ground parking. The project will be built The development consists of 65 lots that will
on 25 acres. require a minimum of 5,000sf.
Affordable Housing Development. Point Breeze Hotel Development, Phase II.
Boston, MA - Construction of 213 Nantucket, MA - Phase II plans call for a
affordable housing units as well as an addi- 24,000sf, three-story hotel building with 28
tional 69 affordable apartments and 118 con- units. A 112-space parking garage will be
dominiums. A community center and located beneath the 16,500sf tennis courts.
11,500sf of retail space is also planned. An existing barn on the northern edge of the
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites. property will be expanded to house an
Boston, MA - Redeveloping the 66-unit, underground bowling alley as well as other
five-story Shawmut Inn into a Holiday Inn recreational activities. The existing
Express Hotel & Suites. Captain’s Corners building, a former guest
Center for Health and Science Project house, will be renovated for use as employ-
Type: Hospitals/Clinics, Univer- ee housing.
sities/Colleges, $40 million - On the current Kohl’s Store
Norwalk Community College campus, 188 Northborough, MA, 88,000sf Kohl’s
Richlands Avenue, Norwalk, CT. at the site department store.
of the gymnasium. Saint Francis Hospital and Medical
Construction of a state-of-the-art Center Center Renovations
for Health and Science with three floors and Project Type: Hospitals/Clinics $5.2 mil-
55,000sf of space. Each floor will be dedi- lion $2.1 million for construction and reno-
cated to a health education branch. The three vation. 114 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT.
branches will be nursing and allied health, Renovations to allow the installation of a
the medical sciences, and health and well- 64-slice, fixed-based PET/CT scanner.
ness. - Owner David L. Levinson, President Owner Chris Hartley, Senior VP, Planning
- Norwalk Community College, 188 and Facilities Developmen, Saint Francis
Richlands Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854 Care 114 Woodland Street Hartford, CT
P: 203-857-7000, http://www.nctc. 06105 PH: 860-714-5573, Fax: 860-714-
commnet.edu 8093 http://www.stfranciscare.org
Developer Stamford Hospital,30 Pharmacy & Medical Center
Shelburne Road, Stamford, CT 06902 Ledyard, CT Construction of a 14,000sf
http://www.stamhealth.org/ Developer Rite Aid pharmacy and the conversion of the
Norwalk Hospital/Norwalk Health Services, 22,000sf Gales Ferry school building into a
34 Maple Street, Norwalk, CT 06856 - PH: medical center.
203-852-2000, Fax: 203-899-5063 Stamford Hospital Ambulatory Care
Developer Frank A. Corvino, President Wilton, CT, 45,000sf freestanding
and CEO ambulatory care center., Clinic. Worcester,
Greenwich Hospital, 5 Perryridge MA Renovation of a 10,000sf building into
Road,Greenwich, CT 06830 PH: 203-863- a clinic.
3000, http://www.greenhosp.org High-End Office Building
Mental Health Association of Connecticut Project Type: Athletic Facilities, Office
Relocation Buildings, Parking Structures, Retail
$.7 million 82 Stephen Street, Stamford, (Shops/Restaurants) $32 million At the cor-
CT. - Relocation of a mental health residen- ner of Boylston and Arlington sts, Boston,
tial supervision program from 23 Lafayette MA. Construction of a 210,000sf building
Street to 82 Stephen Street. Owner Beverly made with expensive finishes, high ceilings,
Walton, President and CEO, Mental Health and terraces on top floors. The design
Association of Connecticut, Inc. - 20 Beaver includes granite and wood on the first floor,
Road #108, Wethersfield, CT 06109 PH: with seven sf windows on upper floors,
860-529-1970, http://www.mhact.org framed in light gray limestone. The building
Chase Center Substance Abuse will have prominent bays of floor-to-ceiling
Outpatient Treatment Program. Waterbury, glass, with black metal panels separating the
CT Renovations to allow a substance abuse floors. The building will also include 150
outpatient treatment program. parking spaces underground, and a fitness
Assisted Living Facility club and fine restaurant on the ground floor,
Edgecomb, ME along with retail space. The Arlington
54-unit assisted living facility. Building, former home of Shreve, Crump &
Residential - MultiFamily Low, along with three other buildings, will
(Apartments/Condos),$< 5 million be demolished to make way for the new
South Meadow Road, Carver, MA. project. Developer Ronald Druker,
Construction of five, two unit condomini- President,The Druker Company Ltd, 50
ums. Developer West Light Development Federal Street,Suite 1000, Boston, MA
Inc, 3 Main Street, Carver, MA 02330 02110-2585, PH: 617-357-5700 Architect
PH: 508-866-3500 Cesar Pelli, Project
Route 20 Retail Development. Architect Pelli Clarke Pelli
Charlton, MA Retail development fea- 1056 Chapel Street,New Haven, CT
turing 600,000sf of retail and restaurant 06510, PH: 203-777-2515, Fax: 203-787-
space. The complex will be anchored by a 2856, http://www.pcparch.com/
grocery store and either a Home Depot or a Quincy Redevelopment Project
Lowe’s. Quincy, MA -Two city-owned proper-
Glen Ellen Condos ties, the Ross parking garage and the
Millis, MA - Development of 341 con- Hancock Street parking lot, to be redevel-
dos for residents 55 and older. oped into retail and office space.
Commercial Business Park
Nantucket, MA Construction of a com-
40 January, 2008
Hoffmann Architects Expands Staff Dimeo Appoints Shawn MacDonald
Hamden, CT garages, and struc- Providence, RI – Dimeo Construction Company
- Deborah J. tural systems. His announced that Shawn MacDonald, estimator/planner, has
Costantini, AIA current projects been promoted to the position of business development
rejoins Hoffmann include Scholastic, manager.
Architects as a Inc. Headquarters, MacDonald joined the Dimeo team in 1997 and has
project architect. Foxwoods Resort progressed through the technical service department, hav-
She brings over 15 Casino, and Marsh ing recently served as the on-site estimator for the new
years of experience M c L e n n a n Natick Collection project.
in all phases of Headquarters. He will be based out of Dimeo’s Boston office locat-
architectural inves- Alison B. ed on 54 Canal Street. MacDonald
Hoffmann Marsoli, Jr.
tigation, design, Hoffmann returns
document production, and construction to Hoffmann
administration.. Her current and previous Architects as pub- CPP Hires Two Project Managers
projects include plaza repairs at the State lic relations
Boston, MA - Dependable
University of New York at Purchase, reha- C o o r d i n a t o r.
Corporate Project Construction.
bilitation of the dome of the U.S. Capitol Before rejoining
Partners (CPP) A n d e r s o n ’s
Building, façade and roof evaluation at the firm, she was
announced the exceptional inter-
Columbia University, and façade, roof and an adjunct profes-
addition of project personal and com-
window rehabilitation at various New sor of English at
managers Mike munication skills
York City public schools. the University of
Banville and coupled with her
Robert A. Marsoli, Jr. recently Costantini Arizona, as well
Colleen Anderson. strong financial
joined Hoffmann Architects as a Project as at Southern
Banville is a background prove
coordinator. Marsoli provides engineering Connecticut State University and at
project manager Banville Anderson valuable as a proj-
support for the firm’s projects and partici- Quinnipiac University. She is responsible
with professional ect manager. She
pates in the assessment, design, document for writing and editing public relations
experience in both project construction recently managed an eight-phase reloca-
preparation, and review process for the materials.
and management. He recently directed a tion of employees and equipment in New
rehabilitation of facades, roofs, parking
multi phase renovation of a Liberty Mutual Hampshire for Liberty Mutual and coordi-
operations facility affecting roughly 350 nated an employee open house for the new
Suffolk Hires Cook employees without interruption to daily
350,000 sf facility.
Prior to joining CPP, she was a mort-
Boston, MA - Fred marketplace.
Cook has joined Suffolk Cook comes to Suffolk Prior to joining CPP, Banville man- gage sales assistant at both Metrocities
Construction as vice presi- from Jones Lang LaSalle, aged relocations for Pro-Mutual and pro- Mortgage and Wells Fargo Home
dent of corporate interiors. where he served as senior vided on-site construction support for Mortgage.
Cook brings over 24 years of vice president. Prior to JLL,
specialized experience in cor-
Cook spent 13 years at Payton
Construction, where he led
Nitsch Promotes Holmes
His leadership will help the Corporate Interiors Group Boston, MA - Nitsch Council of Engineering
the Suffolk Interiors group as vice president. Engineering has promoted Companies and ACEC/MA.
continue to expand in the Nicole Holmes, PE, LEED AP, She also contributed to the
Cook to project manager. firm’s 2005 Engineering
Chaves LEED Accredited Holmes has seven years
of experience in providing site
Excellence Awards for the sus-
tainable site system design at
Westfield, MA - Tighe & David Pinsky, president design and permitting services the Massachusetts Institute of
Bond, Inc. announced that of the engineering firm said, for a wide range of projects. Technology’s Stata Center.
Carlos J. Chaves has become “Carlos’s accreditation brings Over the past five years, her Holmes also has provid-
the firm’s first LEED valuable credentials to the project work has focused on Holmes ed her sustainable expertise on
Accredited Professional. firm, as well as eligibility to providing sustainable site projects at Yale University,
The accreditation distin- pursue projects on which own- design and consulting on projects up and Princeton University, Harvard University,
guishes professionals with the ers are mandating the partici- down the East Coast. Emory University, Virginia Tech, and The
knowledge and skills to suc- pation of a LEED AP.” Her work on the University of Connecticut Center for Science and
cessfully steward the LEED Virginia’s Meadow Creek Stormwater Exploration, among others.
certification process. Master Plan received 2007 Engineering
Excellence Awards from the American
Arrowstreet Promotes Key Staff
Somerville, MA - Arrowstreet has named Dennis Carlberg, AIA, LEED AP; Pat
Cornelison, AIA, LEED AP; and Kevin Nice, AIA, LEED AP as principals.
Arrowstreet, based in Somerville, provides architecture, planning, interior design,
and graphic design services in places as diverse as Iceland, China, and Argentina.
Nice Carlberg Cornelison
January, 2008 41
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From the bidding table, throughout execution, until final
completion, every project is closely managed by the names that appear
on exceptionally maintained equipment, trucks, and William L. French, Sr.
buildings. A contract with W. L. French Excavating Corporation repre- Chief Executive Officer
sents far more than a signature on a piece of paper - over thirty five years
of earned reputation and unmatched pride in what we do, guarantees it.
W. L. French Excavating Corporation leads the industry in providing innovative and proac-
tive solutions for complex projects - with safety always in the forefront. Consistently striving
to exceed schedules and reduce existing budgets, our company joins each project as a produc-
tive team member. As one of the first subcontractors on site, W. L. French Excavating
Vice President, Tom Dion and Project Engineer Jon Shattuck
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Corporation sets the standard for each project through our example of maximum productivity,
detailed execution, cooperation and coordination with other subcontractors, and exemplary
Recent Projects Include:
374 Congress Street - Cranshaw Construction
450 Massachusetts Avenue - Bond Bros., Inc.
AVENIR - Dimeo Construction
Boston Sports Club Core & Shell - Cranshaw Construction
Chinatown Community Center - A. J. Martini
Clark University Residence Hall - Consigli Construction
CRI Boathouse - Consigli Construction
Ferncroft Water Park - Digorgio & Messina
Greater Boston Food Bank - Consigli Construction
JAM Parking Garage - Consigli Construction
Janus Highland Homes - NEI
North Canal Housing Complex - CWC Builders
North Shore Assembly of God - Trilogy Construction Management
Salem Country Club - Salem Country Club
Station Landing Phase V - Cranshaw Construction
THL Hanscom Airforce Base - Structuretone
Watertown Savings Bank - Richard White & Sons
Wellesley College Houghton Chapel - Richard White & Sons
Harrison Great View World Sleep Products Infrastructure - Grubb & Ellis
Main Fax  663.5240 Estimating Fax  663.0229 • Web Address: www.wlfrench.com