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High-Profile: Facilities Development News

Ryan Gets ABC STEP Award Stoneham, MA - Ryan Construction, Inc. was recently awarded the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) 2010 Safety Training and Evaluation Process STEP award at the Montvale Plaza in Stoneham.

Richard Shields, president of Ryan Construction, said, “We are very proud of this, our 12th consecutive award. It represents our team’s commitment to safety and quality work.”

Health Care Center Receives Award Standard Builders CM - JCJ Architects Tolland, CT - Standard Builders was recognized with the 2010 AGC Build CT Award at the annual Associated General Contractors’ Awards dinner. The firm received a First Place Award in the New Renovation category for ECHN’s Woodlake at Tolland Expansion project. Standard Builders served as the construction manager for the 11,000sf expansion to the existing Woodlake at Tolland Health Care Center and worked

collaboratively with JCJ Architecture and Consulting Engineering Services to meet aggressive budget and schedule constraints. The result was a successful project that met the growing needs of the community while remaining one of the top notch nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities in Connecticut. This is the fourth Build CT Award received by Standard Builders since 2006.

US Pavement Teams with BoSox Woburn, MA - US Pavement Services, Inc. has become the official paving, sealcoat, and concrete sponsor of the Boston Red Sox. “We are very proud to welcome US Pavement Services to our family of corporate partners. The Red Sox take great pride in working with New England based

companies. Mike Musto and his team have built quite a business in paving, concrete and sealcoating. We look forward to working with them for years to come,” said Joe Januszewski, senior vice president, Corporate Sales & Fenway Enterprises, Boston Red Sox.

l-r: Ed McCormack; Melissa Gallagher-Rogers, US Green Building Council Director; Roger Goldstein, Goody Clancy & Assoc.; John Fish, Suffolk Construction; Glenn Rotondo, Acting GSA Regional Administrator; Curt Spalding, EPA Regional Administrator; Robert Fowkes, District Director for Congressman Lynch; Mike Santos, GSA Contracting Officer; John Buckley, GSA Project Manager; John McCormack

McCormack Building Reopens Goody, Clancy Architects - Suffolk CM Boston, - The US General Services Administration and the US Environmental Protection Agency celebrated the reopening of the John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse, which was historically restored to its original condition and modernized into a highly efficient green building. The Boston historic landmark is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification from the USGBC for comprehensive use of sustainable design and technology. Recycled, reused, and locally available materials were used during the project. The green roof on the fifth floor level reduces stormwater runoff and heat island effects while providing a wildlife habitat in the downtown area. The facility conserves energy by bringing natural light into every occupied space and conserves water by using lowflow fixtures that consume 32% less water than traditional plumbing. The design contract for the project was awarded to Boston-based architects

Interior lobby Goody, Clancy Associates. The construction was performed by Suffolk Construction Company and managed by Tishman, Inc.

Commercial • Institutional • Fine Residential • Irrigation • Stonewalls, Walkways, Terraces

Current Landscaping Projects Include:

175 Wyman Street

The Natick Collection

40 Sylvan Road - John Moriarty and Associates 175 Wyman Street - Columbia Construction 225 Franklin St - Shawmut Design and Construction St. Elizabeths Hospital - Walsh Brothers Construction One Broadway Renovations - Walsh Brothers Construction One Boston Place Plaza Renovations - Trinity Builders MIT Media Lab Expansion - Bond Brothers McCormack Building Greenroof - Suffolk Construction Franklin Hill Housing - CWC Builders Museum of Fine Arts - John Moriarty and Associates Harvard Law School - Skanska Lahey Clinic North - Walsh Brothers Construction Mass Biologic Expansion - William A. Berry & Son, Inc. Eaton Vance Roof Garden - Shawmut Design + Construction Gillette Integration - Walsh Brothers Construction Arnold Arboretum Weld Hill - Lee Kennedy Construction Fan Pier Building F - Turner Construction New England Aquarium - Turner Construction 303 Third Street - Bovis Lend Lease Internap - Richard White and Sons Two Financial Center - Suffolk Construction

Large Caliper Tree Transplanting

Trinity College Longwalk Pavers

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High-Profile Monthly: June 2010  
High-Profile Monthly: June 2010  

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