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Thomas Dion, executive vice president of W. L. French Excavating Corporation, estimated timetable for phase one of the project is May of this year through March 15, 2015.


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Construction Set to Create 440 Jobs During Two-Year Plan

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the office spaces and school-related offices created in several new buildings. The Winsor School campus will see two new buildings and a building expansion on its more than seven-acre campus in the next several years, anchoring them in the Longwood Medical Area (LMA) and reaffirming their longterm commitment to the city, according to The Boston Authority. The project includes site work footprint construction at three sites to be done in two phases, including Pilgrim Road, Longwood Avenue and what the Winsor School calls the Courtyard Addition Project. The first phase of construction — which W.L. French Excavating Corporation is primarily utilized for excavation and road reconstruction — will consist of the $62 million Pilgrim Road project on the eastern end of the campus. This will end with Lee Kennedy Co. erecting an approximately 110,000-sq. ft. (10,219 sq m), five-story building replacing the existing gymnasium. The new construction will include two gymnasiums, a fitness center, squash courts, a performing arts auditorium and assembly space, music, dance and theatre rehearsal studios, classrooms and storage. A 148-vehicle garage will be constructed beneath the existing adjacent athletic field, which will preserve open space in the LMA, according to the Authority site. In the second construction phase projected for 2015, the $225 million Longwood Avenue project will consist of a 320,000-sq. ft. (29,728.9 sq m), up-to-10-story building for commercial use, with the potential to house approximately 950 new jobs when fully occupied. Plans also include a multi-level underground parking garage for some 225 vehicles, according to the Boston Redevelopment Authority. Third Expansion Site Winsor School plans to complete the $10 million Courtyard Addition Project, an up-to-four-story, 30,000-sq. ft. (2,787.1 sq m) addition to the Winsor main building that will connect existing academic buildings and enclose a grassy courtyard. see WINSOR page 8

W.L. French’s role is to demolish existing tennis courts, install the storm drain, the retaining wall, curbing, site lighting, and bituminous concrete paving for the interim parking lot.


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W.L. French Set to Demo Existing Gym, Construct CPAW WINSOR from page 4

The total project will create approximately 440 immediate construction jobs, as well as an estimated 15 full-time jobs at the Winsor School, school sources said on their site. According to Thomas Dion, executive vice president of W. L. French Excavating Corporation, their role in The Winsor School Center for Performing Arts and Wellness (CPAW) project consists of construction of an interim parking lot, demolition of that existing gymnasium, and construction of that new five-story CPAW building which will connect to the Winsor School’s academic wing. W.L. French’s role is to demolish existing tennis courts, install the storm drain, the retaining wall, curbing, site lighting, and bituminous concrete paving for the interim parking lot. Dion said that his company will excavate and dispose of approximately 24,000 cu. yds. (18,349.3 cu m) for new below-grade parking structure and the CPAW building. According to French’s Project Manager, Jon Shattuck, excavations to depths of 22-ft. (6.7 m) below existing grade are supported by an H-Beam and lagging earth support system with tie-backs. BWSC utility relocation is required to accommodate the proposed foundation. “Support of these utilities through the proposed construction is required [with] the installation of new underground utilities — water, sanitary sewer, storm drain, telephone, electric, communications, etc.,” said Shattuck. The Winsor School is the clear owner of the property and project. William Rawn Associates, and Architects Inc. located in Boston, were the designers of the overall building project. About Lee Kennedy Company Lee Kennedy Company in Quincy, Mass., is the general contractor. According to founder Lee Kennedy’s Web site, he established his firm 35 years ago in 1978 to improve the construction field after studying architecture and field construction. The company has grown to become one of New England’s premier construction management firms, widely regarded for its client service, construction expertise and collaborative spirit, according to the company. “We are proud to be homegrown, to have succeeded through quality work, sweat equity, standing by our word, and providing clients a unique, enjoyable construction experience,” said founder Kennedy on his site. “More than three decades later, we travel the same path, through some of the most volatile times in the market’s history, to continue growing, evolving, creating lasting partnerships.” The Winsor School is located on Pilgrim Road between Brookline Avenue and The Riverway in Boston’s famous Longwood Medical Area neighborhood. According to its Web site, Winsor School is an independent school for academically promising girls, in grades five through 12. The school enrolls about 430 girls from diverse multi-cultural and racially diverse backgrounds in 50 communities in and around Boston. see WINSOR page 12


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‘Granite State’ Highway Projects Let

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The Connecticut State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let.

County/District: Hartford Proposal Number: 0063-0601 Project: Reconstruction of the Flatbush Avenue Connector State Road 504 over Lower Smith School Brook. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Manafort Brothers Inc. — $14,303,587 • The Lane Construction Corporation — $16,128,520 • The Middlesex Corporation — $17,478,103 • E.T. & L. Corporation — $17,670,253 • E & S Joint Venture II — $19,570,257 • Tilcon Connecticut, Inc. — $19,598,896 • Guerrera Construction Company Inc. — $20,999,807 • O & G Industries, Inc. — $21,648,940 • Spazzarini Construction Company Inc. — $21,780,755 County/District: Beacon Falls Proposal Number: 0006-0122 Project: Rehabilitation of two retaining walls on Route 42. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Baier Construction Company Inc. — $1,979,541 • Blakeslee Arpaia Chapman Inc. — $2,211,675 • The Brunalli Construction Company — $2,217,295 • Empire Paving Inc. — $2,318,877 • PJF Construction Corporation — $2,502,672 • MIG Corporation Inc. — $2,655,305 • New England Infrastructure Inc. — $2,664,654 • Arborio Corporation — $3,420,946 County/District: Farmington Proposal Number: 0051-0258 Project: Replacement of Bridge No. 01951 Route 4 over Roaring Brook. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • The Brunalli Construction Company — $4,043,379 • Baier Construction Company Inc. — $4,448,614 • Rotha Contracting Company Inc. — $5,026,182 • MIG Corporation Inc. — $5,040,588 • Dayton Construction Company Inc. — $5,346,237 • New England Infrastructure Inc. — $5,472,135 • E.T. & L. Corporation — $5,683,954 Counties/Districts: Milford, New Haven, Stratford and West Haven Proposal Number: 0300-0150 Project: Network infrastructure upgrade for security New Haven Line. Contractors and Bid Amounts:

• Ducci Electrical Contractors Inc. — $5,878,000 • A.M. Rizzo Electrical Contractors Inc. — $7,768,531 • Cianbro Corporation — $8,131,599 Counties/Districts: New Canaan and Stamford Proposal Number: 0135-0270 Project: Safety improvements, resurfacing, enhancements and bridge improvements. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • O & G Industries Inc. — $56,878,213 • Manafort Brothers Inc. — $57,135,994 • Waters Construction Company Inc. — $59,943,097 County/District: Glastonbury Proposal Number: 0053-0186 Project: Resurfacing, bridge and safety improvements on Route 2 in the town of Glastonbury. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Tilcon Connecticut Inc. — $21,796,099 • American Industries Inc. — $22,125,000 • Manafort Brothers Inc. — $22,571,539 • Waters Construction Company Inc. — $24,953,378 • Empire Paving Inc. — $27,190,265 County/District: District 4 Proposal Number: 0174-0364 Project: Installation of bridge deck joints..

Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Arborio Corporation — $2,283,130 • New England Road Inc. — $2,330,245 • Ralph Camputaro & Son Excavating Inc. — $2,666,579 • Costello Industries Inc. — $3,483,840 County/District: Plymouth Proposal Number: 0110-0127 Project: Replacement of Bridge No. 01109 Route 72 over Marsh Brook. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • NJR Construction LLC — $1,049,550 • Black & Warner Construction Company Inc. — $1,065,490 • D & V Morin Construction Company Inc. — $1,177,482 • Northern Construction Service LLC — $1,273,273 • Schultz Corporation — $1,362,357 • Guerrera Construction Company Inc. — $1,375,486 • PJF Construction Corporation — $1,412,023 • Blakeslee Arpaia Chapman Inc. — $1,424,441 • New England Infrastructure Inc. — $1,433,05 • Arborio Corporation — $1,450,465 • Trademark Contractors LLC — $1,499,591 • Rotha Contracting Company Inc. — $1,590,200 • Complete Construction Company — $1,658,784 • E.T. & L. Corporation — $1,737,829 • Dayton Construction Company Inc. — $1,747,138 • The Brunalli Construction Company — $1,768,360


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NEW ENGLAND SUPPLEMENT ADVERTISER INDEX ACE EQUIPMENT SALES INC ......................................10 ARGUS INDUSTRIAL COMPANY ....................................1 ASTRO CRANE ..............................................................12 BARRY EQUIPMENT CO................................................14 CHADWICK BAROSS MA ..........................................5,15 CHAPPELL TRACTOR SALES ........................................7 CLASSIFIED ..................................................................12 CONTRACTOR’S SALES ..............................................12 D C BATES EQUIPMENT CO INC ..................................8 DOOSAN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND........................11 EQUIPMENT EAST ..........................................................9 FOLEY MARINE & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ......................1 GORILLA HAMMERS........................................................1 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT....................13 J R VINAGRO CORPORATION........................................1 KRAFT POWER CORP ....................................................1 LORUSSO HEAVY EQUIPMENT LLC............................15 LOU GIZA EQUIPMENT....................................................1 MILTON CAT....................................................................12 POWERSCREEN NEW ENGLAND ................................17 ROGERS BROTHERS ....................................................19 SUMMIT SUPPLY LLC/MULTI MACHINE ........................1 THE N.I.C.E. COMPANY ................................................17 THE W I CLARK CO ........................................................2 TYLER EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................3,9 WANTED MACK TRUCKS..............................................12 WOODCO MACHINERY ................................................20 The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.

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Counties: Carroll and Coos Project: BARTLETT-PINKHAMS GRANT X-A000(062), 13857. Scope of Work: Guardrail replacement. Location: N.H. 16 and U.S. 302. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • CWS Fence & Guardrail — $984,703 • Delucca Fence Company Inc. — $996,867 Scheduled Completion Date: June 27, 2014 County: Grafton Project: HAVERHILL 14154. Scope of Work: Slope stabilization. Location: N.H. Route 10 in Haverhill. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • R.M. Piper Inc. — $1,109,102 • J.P. Sicard Inc. — $1,149,013 • L & M Service Contractors LLC — $1,238,836 • DBU Construction Inc. — $1,269,628 • M.E. Latulippe Construction Inc. — $1,272,306 • Kingsbury Companies LLC — $1,310,613 • T Buck Construction Inc. — $1,392,700 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $1,416,851 Scheduled Completion Date: Sept. 26, 2014 Counties: Cheshire and Hillsborough Project: STODDARD-HILLSBOROUGH X-A002(768), 23797. Scope of Work: Pavement rehabilitation. Location: N.H. 9 east of Granite Lake Road in Stoddard proceeding west of N.H. 31 north in Hillsborough. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Continental Paving Inc. — $4,158,111 • Pike Industries Inc. — $4,790,243 • The Lane Construction Corporation — $4,848,716 Scheduled Completion Date: July 18, 2014 County: Cheshire Project: Alstead NON-FEDERAL 24082. Scope of Work: Emergency roadway repairs. Location: N.H. Route 12A. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • R.S. Audley Inc. — $1,786,097 • Weaver Bros. Construction Co. Inc. — $2,001,820 • Alvin J. Coleman & Son Inc. — $2,313,421 • George R. Cairns And Sons Inc. — $2,441,636 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $2,794,193 Scheduled Completion Date: June 20, 2014 County: Carroll Project: MOULTONBOROUGH 15710. Scope of Work: Roadway rehabilitation. Location: N.H. Route 25 and Fox Hollow Road. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • L A Drew Inc. — $498,345 • DBU Construction Inc. — $507,797 • N. Pandelena Construction — $514,840 • Gordon T. Burke & Sons Inc. — $543,256 • John H Lyman & Sons Inc. — $548,013 • R.M. Piper Inc. — $549,100 • Northeast Earth Mechanics Inc. — $612,495 • G W Brooks And Son Inc. — $1,116,836 Scheduled Completion Date: May 30, 2014


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