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!
The Compass Team was all decked out in Patriots attire today in celebration of Super Bowl Weekend ... GO PATS!!!Read more
BWiC & The BSA Present: Cultivating Cross Team Collaboration | an AEC Panel
January 19, 2018
7:30 - 9:30am
290 Congress Street, Boston
Highly experienced panelists share best practices on specific processes between the owner, owner's rep, architect, engineer and G.C. that lead to successful outcomes.
Moderated by: Susan Gray, National Director of Marketing & Work Acquisition Shawmut Design & Construction
Christy Murphy, Senior Project Manager, Compass Project Management
Paul Comeau, Principal, IA Interior Architects
Mike Quigley, Principal, W.B. Engineers+Consultants
Stacy Roman, Senior Project Manager, Commodore Builders
This presentation is brought to you by:
AGC MA, BWiC, BSA
January 2, 2018 ... Bright and early and only one degree ... the men and women on the Stoughton High School project are hard at work and fighting the bitter cold temperature to maintain the construction schedule so students and staff will have their brand new Stoughton High School on time!Read more
Friday, December 8, 2017 - After seven years of paperwork and some legal trouble, officials broke ground Friday for the new Clyde Brown School, the mark of a promising future in Millis, said Superintendent Nancy Gustafson.
Excerpt of article in Milford Daily News by Scott Calzolaio, MetroWest Daily News