Under a wind-whipped tent on an unseasonably cold April 5, Jeffrey W. Hutter, Dean of the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, hosted a celebratory rite of spring he’d first envisioned nine years ago: the groundbreaking ceremony for his school’s three-year, $112 million renovation and expansion.
- Ground was broken April 5 for the School of Dental Medicine expansion and renovation
- The façade will be redone and two state-of-the-art additions constructed
- The facility will embody the vision of the group practice model of dental medicine
Excerpt of article written by Sara Rimer and published in BU Today.Read more
Medfield, MA, April 2018 … Compass Project Management, Inc. expands its team welcoming new Project Manager, Allyson Mahar.
Allyson joins the Compass Team with over 10 years of experience in the design and construction industry managing large capital projects in the public and private markets. Allyson has managed multiple public and private K-12 and higher education projects including the new East Bridgewater Jr/Sr High School and Northeastern University's Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) projects. She also worked as a Construction Project Manager for the Massachusetts School Building Authority gaining extensive knowledge of their policies and procedures.
As a Project Manager at Compass, Allyson will work on various capital projects including K-12 and higher education projects. With her experience, skills, comprehensive industry knowledge and thorough understanding of administration, technology and FF&E, Allyson is a significant addition to the Compass Team.
“We are very excited to have Allyson join the Compass Team,” said Tim Bonfatti, Owner and President of Compass Project Management, Inc. “Allyson’s skill set and experience will benefit our clients enormously.”
Allyson is a graduate of Wentworth Insitute of Technology and holds and Bachelor of Science Degree in Facilities Planning and Management. She achieved multiple certifications including MCPPO, LEED GA and OSHA 10.Read more
The MSBA Board of Directors approved a grant of up to approximately $36.6 million for the Kennedy Middle School building project.
“Upon completion, this project will provide a new 21st century learning environment for students in Natick,” said State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg, chairwoman of the MSBA. “Our goal is to create the best space to deliver the district’s educational commitments and goals.”
Officials hope to replace the deteriorating building with a new 182,195-square-foot facility that can serve 1,000 students.
Excerpt of article published in Metrowest Daily News by Brian BensonRead more
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 ... The Project Team constructing the new Marathon Elementary School in Hopkinton hosted an Interactive Exhibit for the Kindgarteners so they could learn about their new school. Three exhibit tables were set up featuring colors, textures, materials and components of the new School. Exhibits included maps of the new school design with paint and tile samples; floor, carpet, ceiling and wall materials; and electrical and plumbing materials along with safety gear including hard hats and vests. The children lined up and entered the gymnasium one class at a time, received their own hard hat, and had an opportunity to experience each exhibit. Special thanks to Colantonio Construction, DRA Architects and the faculty and children of the Center School for a great day!