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Intro to NEI General Contracting Preconstruction Services Construction Management Services Sustainable Design Commercial Healthcare Historical Renovation & Preservation Mod-Rehab Residential NEI Team Repeat Clients
INTRO TO NEI GENERAL CONTRACTING
COMPANY INTRODUCTION NEI was founded in 1998 on the principles of integrity, experience and diligence. Honest, principled dedication to our clients and our work is what both defines us and separates us from our competitors. Our clients come first; and our unmatched industry experience influences NEIâ€™s clear efficient path to success. A successful project is not merely measured in dollars and calendar days. The most important measure of a project is how well it delivers the Clientâ€™s mission at completion. We are partners with our clients in the process. Through open, collaborative communication we fully embrace and join in ownership of their mission. It becomes the guiding force that drives the constant and earnest efforts we bring to each project. Strong partnerships build lasting projects and relationships. Our commitment to our clients and the success of our projects are demonstrated by the extent of repeat clients and direct referrals, which comprise the majority of our work.
â€œWe are confident that, if given the opportunity, we will exceed your expectations and provide you with the high quality product you deserve and expect.â€?
CAPABILITIES Since 1998, NEI General Contracting has provided a full spectrum of General Contracting and Construction Management services to the construction market. NEI offers Owners and Developers a fast-paced, first class, quality approach to any type of construction need. NEI has completed over $1 Billion in quality construction projects spanning a wide variety of types and programs. From residential developments, to historic conversions & restorations, to moderate rehabilitation, to institutional projects, NEI has the expertise and capacity to meet any construction challenge.
“NEI’s ability to work effectively and efficiently with the design team, deliver an exceptional final product, and exceed all expectations are some of the many benefits we bring to each project.”
■■ Budget Control. NEI has a proven track record delivering projects on-time and within budget. Nearly all NEI projects within the past 5 years have been delivered with excess contingency monies, creating opportunities for Owner enhancements. ■■ Value Engineering. NEI’s skilled professionals collaborate closely with the design team and trade professionals to identify and develop value engineering and scope adjustments to offer reductions in the project construction cost.
Our deep resources and broad industry experience offer our clients an unparalleled tool for project development and exceptional capabilities for construction.
■■ Scheduling. NEI constantly analyzes project performance to maintain smooth workflow in order to provide a real-time understanding of the project status and the effect each decision may have on the delivery schedule.
■■ Preconstruction. Our skilled team of preconstruction and construction professionals has extensive experience working with a variety of complex project structures executing successful construction strategies within those challenging conditions.
■■ Risk Management/Safety. NEI places a high value on safety with dedicated Risk Management and Safety teams that monitor and mitigate construction risks.
■■ Technical Expertise. Our team’s experience in unique and varied building types provides NEI the ability to anticipate many potential coordination and integration conflicts in advance and offer efficient solutions within the design intent.
■■ Quality Assurance/Control. NEI has a Quality Assurance/Quality Control coordinator on staff who is responsible for managing our Quality Control program and ensuring that all our projects are built in compliance with the contract documents to ensure we deliver the high quality project our clients have come to know.
■■ Site Management. Workplace safety, efficient coordination of site activities, community engagement, appropriate storage of materials and site security are the foundation of any NEI project. ■■ Project Management. NEI has managed successful projects ranging in size up to $50,000,000.
OUR WORK NEI’s robust portfolio includes quality construction projects spanning a wide variety of types and programs.
■■ Senior Living ■■ Assisted Living ■■ Skilled Nursing
■■ New Construction ■■ Renovation
historical ■■ Conversion ■■ Restoration
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■■ Conversion ■■ Restoration
Mod REhab HISTORIC
$280.6 2,200 MILLION
$290.4 1,800 MILLION
$1 Billion | 9,200 units 11
â€œThroughout the preconstruction process, NEI utilizes our entire team not only for their breadth of experience, but also for quality control.â€?
Preconstruction Process The preconstruction process is not complete without accurate and detailed costing. No amount of clear communication and constructability insight will benefit a project if the project cannot support the final design, or if construction efficiencies are not realized in budget savings. From the start of the preconstruction process and establishment of the development budget, NEI continually tracks and forecasts the construction costs.
“Detailed project budgets are created during development intervals and incidental decisions throughout the process will be priced to keep the team fully informed of the budget at all times.”
NEI is dedicated to reducing errors and communicating smart solutions to the challenges of design and construction. The process and the project are best served when a team of skilled professionals works together in making development decisions. All of NEI’s preconstruction and company assets are available to the design team and for the betterment of the project. Depending on the phase of development or topic of discussion, additional resources including Superintendent, Chief Estimator, Project Manager, or select subcontractors will have input.
Preconstruction Team Communication is an essential part of the preconstruction process and NEI is one of the few contractors to have a dedicated and structured preconstruction team to engage and advance every project request. Our mission is to make the final connections between those very critical elements of the project to ensure that scope, budget and project vision are ultimately met in the final successful product. NEI’s preconstruction team ensures that nothing is lost between the project team’s vision and the execution of the construction project.
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES NEI’s Construction Management Services provide Owners with the expertise and resources to take advantage of a variety of development and construction contracting methods. As an agent for the Owner, NEI provides resources, expertise, and support at any level of a project. From cost estimating, to constructability review, to general contractor solicitation, to
complete project CM management services, NEI’s depth of experience and resources are leveraged to optimize both project budget and scope of work.
CM Services ■■ Evaluation and review of project objectives, requirements, and contract documents ■■ Existing Conditions Investigations ■■ General contractor and subcontractor solicitation, evaluation and recommendation ■■ Owner representative in project development, administration and closeout ■■ Project cost estimating ■■ Project scheduling, logistics and site analysis ■■ Project general contractor and subcontractor cost proposal review and analysis ■■ Building permit coordination and expediting ■■ Full construction administration ■■ Project site visits, work review, and requisition evaluation ■■ Punch list development and monitoring
â€œAs an agent for the Owner, NEI provides resources, expertise and support at every level of a project.â€?
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN Sustainable building development is more than simply following a checklist of strategies to increase building efficiency. Sustainable development is a commitment to the project to advance the environmental, social and economic objectives from construction start to project delivery and beyond. Sustainable building development and building practices are an integral part of our industry; whether the design intent is for a LEED® certification, or simply to reduce energy consumption and maximize building life cycle. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification system of measuring building performance across the metrics that matter most: ■■ Energy Savings
analyzed and presented for team review and approval. NEI can also advise on construction practices, phasing and strategies that yield both economic savings as well as energy and environmental preservation. Additional Design Phase coordination examples: ■■ Selection and coordination of high efficiency mechanical systems and equipment ■■ Exterior performance envelope options ■■ Integration of solar photovoltaic and solar thermal systems and equipment
■■ Water Efficiency
■■ Recycled local and sustainable product selection
■■ Carbon Monoxide Emissions Reduction
■■ Building material efficiencies
■■ Improved Indoor Environmental Quality ■■ Stewardship of Resources NEI is a proud member of the non-profit USGBC organization and shares its commitment to expanding sustainable building practices. We are committed to construction methods, materials and technologies that maximize the project objectives and minimize waste. The LEED Professional Credential (LEED AP) signifies accredited participants in the green building movement who contribute expertise to the design, use fewer resources, reduce pollution, and contribute to healthier environments for their occupants and the community. NEI has professional LEED AP team members at every level to ensure each step of the project includes these sustainable ideals. Working closely with the design team, NEI defines and supports the project’s sustainable mission. In the Design Phase, NEI advises with regard to product and material choices that satisfy both the project budget and design criteria. The reliability, availability, and maintenance requirements of alternate products can be
â€œNEI offers a broad range of sustainable design services in each phase of the project.â€?
â€œFinal acceptance testing is planned and coordinated long in advance to ensure all trade components are complete, pre-inspected by the design team, and satisfy the testing criteria.â€?
In the Bidding Phase, NEI further refines the available product and material choices directly with subcontractors to maintain the sustainable design mission within the project budget. Sustainable construction practices and requirements are also incorporated into trade bid packages and pricing to ensure mission consistency. The following are additional Bidding Phase coordination examples:
■■ Oversight of an integrated construction waste management program.
■■ Analyze cost effectiveness of increased LEED/Green measures.
■■ Building to successful project testing and acceptance.
■■ Qualify subcontractors to ensure experience with design intent.
■■ Careful oversight of project durability requirements. ■■ Scheduling and coordination of required benchmark project testing.
■■ Draft construction management plans to incorporate critical project requirements. ■■ Develop alternate scope and cost strategies to adjust project budget, if required. During Construction, NEI ensures that the sustainable mission is maintained from the project administration down to the actual construction and installation. Mission principles and requirements are reviewed through regular subcontractor meetings. The project schedule and team construction meetings include benchmarks and schedule targets for critical team inspections. The following are additional Construction coordination examples:
Sustainable Workplace NEI believes in a healthy Green Environment for its employees and has implemented recycling, energy saving and surplus material donation programs at our corporate office as well as at individual work sites.
HIGHLAND TERRACE LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: The Neighborhood Developers | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture CONTRACT VALUE: $6.5 Million | LEED: Platinum Part of Chelseaâ€™s Box District, this former box manufacturing industrial district has been transformed as a new 250+ unit, multi-block residential neighborhood. Highland Terrace involved new construction of 32 family dwelling units in three three-story, wood-framed buildings, with two parking lots for 26 cars as well as landscaped open space.
525 BEACH STREET LOCATION: Revere, MA | CLIENT: The Neighborhood Developers | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture CONTRACT VALUE: $6.4 Million | LEED: In Progress 525 Beach Street is a new construction of 30 affordable units in a four-story wood structure over a steel parking garage. This project replaced a dilapidated warehouse on a tight urban site with a LEED Certified energy efficient development.
PUTNAM GREEN LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | CLIENT: Homeownerâ€™s Rehab, Inc. | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture | CONTRACT VALUE: $10.5 Million LEED: Platinum This new construction, 40 unit, affordable rental property achieved a Platinum LEED rating with 96% efficient mechanical systems. The project consists of two woodframed buildings including a 40 unit midrise, separate six-family townhomes, a landscaped courtyard, and below grade parking.
WARDMAN APARTMENTS LOCATION: Roxbury, MA | CLIENT: Urban Edge ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture CONTRACT VALUE: $3.4 Million | LEED: Platinum Wardman Apartments is a ground up reconstruction of 12 fire damaged affordable units in a historic wood-framed structure in the Roxbury neighborhood. This project included complete reconstruction of the building in a fast-track design-build process to quickly return displaced residents. This project is LEED for Homes Platinum certified.
Uno due go LOCATION: Boston, MA | CLIENT: Uno Restaurant, LLC. ARCHITECT: SOUSAdesign Architects | CONTRACT VALUE: $300,000 This commercial fit-out project located in Bostonâ€™s bustling Downtown Crossing included a fast paced schedule incorporating specific corporate requirements as well as site specific refinement. This small, casual spin-off of Uno Chicago Grill was the very first of its kind!
RTH Community Center LOCATION: Boston, MA | CLIENT: Roxbury Tenants of Harvard | ARCHITECT: Steffian Bradley Architects | CONTRACT VALUE: $8.8 Million Located in Bostonâ€™s urban Mission Hill neighborhood, Roxbury Tenants of Harvard Community Center is a 28,000 SF community hub. The facility provides a full-size gymnasium and indoor basketball court, a fitness center, meeting rooms, a youth lounge, a computer laboratory, and a teaching kitchen for the diverse neighborhood population.
Uno Pizzeria & Grill LOCATION: Framingham, MA | CLIENT: Uno Restaurant, LLC. | ARCHITECT: Upland Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $462,567 This fast-paced fit-out of existing space incorporated renovation to the interior and exterior of the building. Additions include new custom-built front and back bars, installation of AV system, matrix televisions and custom sound system.
Tropical Foods LOCATION: Roxbury, MA | CLIENT: Tropical Foods International | ARCHITECT: Plan B Retail Design & Project Management | CONTRACT VALUE: $7.6 Million Founded in 1974, Tropical Foods/El Platanero has been serving the Boston community with unique/hard-to-find product from the Caribbean, Central & South America, and Africa, while also providing essential every day grocery needs. This new construction project expanded the original, dated, facility into a new, state of the art, multi-story retail supermarket with increased product and service capacity for the community.
Maplewood At Brewster LOCATION: Brewster, MA | CLIENT: Maplewood Senior Living | ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team | CONTRACT VALUE: $26.2 Million This LEED certified new construction project is a 115,000 SF, two level, residential assisted living development in scenic Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A combination of assisted living, memory care, and respite care comprise the 132 unit facility. Amenities include a casual bistro, formal dining room, and indoor pool, as well as various lounges and common areas.
Tampa Lakes Health & Rehabilitation Center LOCATION: Lutz, FL | CLIENT: LSV Investors LLC ARCHITECT: Oâ€™Keefe - Painter LLC | CONTRACT VALUE: $16.8 Million Located on a 17 acre site in the rural Tampa suburb of Lutz, Florida, this skilled nursing facility totals 96,000 SF. The 180 bed facility includes a combination of memory care and long term and short term living. Tampa Lakes will offer a number of amenities for residents including a cafe, a private dining/conference room, a beauty/barber salon, a putting green, and several living areas, gyms, and spas.
western massachusetts hospital LOCATION: Westfield, MA | CLIENT: Commonwealth of Mass- DCAM | ARCHITECT: Dewberry-Goodkind, Inc. | CONTRACT VALUE: $4.8 Million Western Massachusetts Hospital is a 100 bed, long-term medical and specialty care hospital owned and operated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Health. Comprehensive facility renovations included accessibility upgrades, expansion of sprinkler systems, MEP systems, interior environment, and life safety upgrades. All work was coordinated and completed in an occupied and operational environment.
Avon Place LOCATION: Avon, OH | CLIENT: AVIV REIT, Inc ARCHITECT: SAS Architects | CONTRACT VALUE: $2.6 Million Avon Place is a diversified transitional care center serving the Northern Ohio area. This project involved the comprehensive renovation of a 68,000 SF senior care, 175 bed assisted living facility. Renovations included complete upgrade of the facilityâ€™s existing memory wing, MEP systems, and exterior envelope and life safety systems. Work was coordinated and completed in an occupied and operational environment.
HISTORICAL RENOVATION & RESTORATION
CITY VIEW COMMONS LOCATION: Springfield, MA | CLIENT: First Resource Development | ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team CONTRACT VALUE: $25.2 Million | AWARD: 2011 Springfield Preservation Trust Award The City View Commons projects are located in the Worthington Historic District of Springfield Massachusetts. The scattered site projects include nearly 300 occupied units of affordable apartment units. This project included the owner-occupied moderate rehabilitation of units and common areas. Substantial site improvements, building infrastructure, and community safety upgrades were also included.
oscar romero house LOCATION: New Bedford, MA | CLIENT: Oscar Romero House, Inc. | ARCHITECT: DMS Design, LLC CONTRACT VALUE: $2 Million | AWARD: 2013 New Bedford Preservation Society Elm Award The former James Tripp Rooming house in historic New Bedford Massachusetts was restored and reconfigured into 12 units of affordable housing. This design/build project involved a substantial renovation and restoration of the historic property including building stabilization, complete MEP and life safety system replacement, site work infrastructure, and facade restoration.
PROVINCETOWN TOWN HALL LOCATION: Provincetown, MA | CLIENT: Town of Provincetown | ARCHITECT: McGinley Kalsow & Associates, Inc. | CONTRACT VALUE: $4.1 Million AWARD: 2011 Massachusetts Historical Commission’s Preservation Award Built in 1885, the Town Hall is the seat of Provincetown’s government. This comprehensive restoration and renovation of the entire structure included structural and exterior repairs, restoration of the original windows, energy efficiency upgrades, and building access improvements, all while preserving the building’s critical historic fabric.
ATLAS LOFTS LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: Mitchell Properties ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team | CONTRACT VALUE: $7 Million | AWARD: 2011 Massachusetts Historical Commission’s Preservation Award Located in Chelsea’s vibrant Box District, Atlas Lofts began as a paper box factory in the 1900’s. The project included the adaptive reuse and historic preservation of a three-story warehouse building into 53 loft style apartments. Apartments feature oversized windows, exposed wood structures, concrete floors and contemporary finishes.
georges island mine storage building LOCATION: Boston Harbor Islands, MA | CLIENT: Boston Harbor Islands Alliance | ARCHITECT: McGinley Kaslow & Associates, Inc. | CONTRACT VALUE: $5.4 Million | AWARD: 2011 Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Award A logistically challenging complete renovation and expansion of the historic visitor center on Georges Island, home of the Civil War-era Fort Warren, the project included creation of new ranger housing, extensive site improvements, and the construction of a new food service facility. This time sensitive project required all work to be completed off-season and demanded careful coordination of all required labor and materials via barge.
WATERWORKS LOCATION: Chestnut Hill, MA | CLIENT: Waterworks Park, LLC | ARCHITECT: Gund Partnership CONTRACT VALUE: $11.1 Million | AWARD: 2011 Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Award The Richardsonian Romanesque style, High Service Station, completed in 1888, still houses the steam powered pumping engine designed by E.D. Leavitt. Adaptive reuse and historic preservation of this historic facility included development of 11 condominium units while preserving museum and community space. Extensive exterior restoration and repair was required of the chimney and masonry facade.
lawrence mills LOCATION: Lowell, MA | CLIENT: E.A. Fish Associates | ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team CONTRACT VALUE: $24 Million Dating back to the 1830â€™s, the Lawrence Mill complex is an expansive 220,000 SF facility having hosted a myriad of uses. The project included adaptive reuse and historic preservation of an abandoned and fire damaged mill complex and the creation of 153 residential housing units, as well as complete installation of new building infrastructure, mechanical systems and substantial structural repair. The existing chimney also underwent significant restoration and stabilization to preserve the historic Lowell skyline.
DANVERS TOWN HALL LOCATION: Danvers, MA | CLIENT: Town of Danvers ARCHITECT: Gienapp Design Associates | CONTRACT VALUE: $5.3 Million | AWARD: 2010 Town of Danvers Preservation Commission Preservation Award
The Danvers Town hall was built in 1855 and remains the center of the local community and government. This project included the historic restoration and repair of the buildingâ€™s facade, including reproduction of siding, trim and ornament. Integration of complete new building mechanical, electrical and life safety systems were coordinated around hazardous material abatement and structural repairs.
OUTING PARK LOCATION: Springfield, MA | CLIENT: First Resource Development | ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team CONTRACT VALUE: $30.6 Million The Outing Park Communities are located in the historic South End of Springfield Massachusetts. The scattered site projects include over 200 units of Section 8 affordable apartment units. This project included the owner-occupied, moderate rehabilitation of units and common areas. Substantial site improvements, building infrastructure and community safety upgrades were also included.
WALNUT WASHINGTON APARTMENTS LOCATION: Roxbury, MA | CLIENT: Urban Edge ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $6.7 Million A moderate renovation of scattered site historic buildings consisting of 65 units, the project included 4 building sites in a dense urban environment. The units were owner-occupied during renovations, building infrastructure improvements, life safety upgrades, and substantial site improvements.
PUTNAM SQUARE LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | CLIENT: Homeownerâ€™s Rehab | ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $5.7 Million Located near bustling Harvard Square in Cambridge MA, this zero-lot-line high-rise moderate rehabilitation included 94 affordable units for senior citizens and disabled individuals. Work was completed occupied and coordinated with extensive building system and infrastructure upgrades as well as facade repairs and upgrades.
YWCA LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | CLIENT: CYW Properties LLC | ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $8 Million | AWARD: 2014 Friend of YWCA Cambridge Award Built in 1911 and 1970, this substantial renovation of these structures ensures the integrity of the building for future generations and for the YWCAâ€™s important missions. The work included substation building system and life safety improvement and upgrades, along with complete renovation of 103 SRO units, common areas, and office spaces.
URBAN EDGE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP LOCATION: Boston, MA | CLIENT: Urban Edge ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team CONTRACT VALUE: $7.3 Million A moderate rehabilitation of 82 occupied units in 10 buildings at scattered sites, work consisted of exterior envelope work, kitchen and bath modernization, and mechanical upgrades at multiple units at scattered sites.
Chapman arms LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | CLIENT: Homeowner’s Rehab | ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $4.1 Million Designed in 1897 by Josephine Wright Chapman, one of the nation’s earliest female architects, Chapman Arms is a beautiful ivy-covered apartment located in the heart of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The project included extensive exterior and interior renovation of this historic building and 50 occupied units.
THE MARAIS LOCATION: Boston, MA | CLIENT: Mitchell Properties ARCHITECT: Hacin + Associates, Inc. | CONTRACT VALUE: $5.5 Million Located in Boston’s South End, this seven story wing of the former St. James Hotel had been abandoned since the mid-1990’s. The project included conversion of the wing into 8 luxury rental units. The exterior of the building required careful restoration and artistic incorporation of a new elevator shaft and resident balconies.
INMAN/CAST APARTMENTS ii LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | CLIENT: Homeownerâ€™s Rehab | ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $6.7 Million A moderate rehabilitation of 125 affordable, owner-occupied units in an urban high-rise and rowhouse building, the project included building infrastructure upgrades, window replacement, facade repairs, creation of handicap accessible units, and interior unit upgrades. Careful coordination of vertical access and elevator use was required in the fully occupied buildings throughout construction.
ARLINGTON 360 LOCATION: Arlington, MA | CLIENT: Jefferson Apartment Group | ARCHITECT: The Architectural Team | CONTRACT VALUE: $43 Million Located on the former Symmes Hospital site, this mixed income, multifamily new construction consists of 176 townhomes and apartment units. The property features landscaped courtyards, a club room, a media room, a fitness center, a recreational court, a playground, and an outdoor pool, as well as surface and garage parking.
ONE WEBSTER LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: Synergy Investment & Development | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture CONTRACT VALUE: $13.9 Million Built in wood framing, One Webster mixes residential and retail space in this 120 rental unit development located at the junction of two Chelsea neighborhoods. Each retail space was designed with individual entries. The rental units consist of a mix of studio, and one and two bedroom homes with high-end appliances and finishes, as well as parking.
gorham street apartments LOCATION: Lowell, MA | CLIENT: Coalition For A Better Acre | ARCHITECT: Davis Square Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $6.3 Million This 24 family unit, new construction housing project includes 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and 6 townhouses. Additional amenities include an elevator, community room, laundry facilities, and management office. The formerly vacant lot is the next positive evolution of this great neighborhood. Gorham Street Apartments is NEIâ€™s 3rd project with CBA.
Jackson commons LOCATION: Roxbury, MA | CLIENT: Urban Edge ARCHITECT: Prellwitz Chilinski Associates, Inc CONTRACT VALUE: $12.2 Million This LEED certified, mixed-use, mixed-income project consists of 37 rental units and 12,000 SF of space for a neighborhood learning center and office space. The new facility is constructed around the historic Webb Building which is adaptively reused as both residential and commercial space.
brighton mills LOCATION: Brighton, MA | CLIENT: The Community Builders | ARCHITECT: CBT Architects CONTRACT VALUE: $6 Million The project includes the complete construction of 20 energy efficient, affordable, homeownership townhomes, which included site development. The Brighton Mills Town Homes expands the recently completed 240 unit Charlesview Residence project bringing added vibrant life to this redeveloped Alston Brighton community.
Janus Highland Apartments LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: The Neighborhood Developers | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture | CONTRACT VALUE: $7.5 Million Part of Chelseaâ€™s Box District, this former box manufacturing industrial district has been transformed as a new 250+ unit, multiblock residential neighborhood. Janus Highland Apartments involved the construction 41 new affordable residential units consisting of a three story wood framed building with clapboard sided facades.
the flats at 22 & 44 LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: Mitchell Properties LLC | ARCHITECT: DMS Design LLC CONTRACT VALUE: $16 Million Located in Chelseaâ€™s vibrant Box District, these innovative two new buildings include a mix of 96 market-rate and affordable units. Constructed in a design-build partnership, the buildings were designed and assembled with prefabricated modular units over fixed podiums and incorporate a small existing historic building. Complete site development blends the buildings together and revitalizes the streetscape.
box works LOCATION: Chelsea, MA | CLIENT: The Neighborhood Developers | ARCHITECT: ICON Architecture | CONTRACT VALUE: $6.7 Million A new construction of 26 affordable and market-rate homeownership townhouse-style units, these energy efficient homes create a new street front in this dense urban community.
ownership JOSEF RETTMAN MANAGING PRINCIPAL
As Managing Principal, Josef Rettman leads NEI with a commanding industry knowledge and tireless attention to detail. For over 25 years, he has been committed to consistent and unparalleled client satisfaction. Also a devoted supporter of his community, Josefâ€™s involvement with many local charities and organizations speak to his goal of not only providing a useful and revitalized building, but a restored community presence as well. He serves on the board for several nonprofits including Affordable Housing and Services Collaborative, Young Warriors, Jackson Square Recreation Center, and TND Connect.
KEVIN FISH PRINCIPAL
With over 25 years of experience, Kevin Fish has made his own distinctive mark on the construction industry through NEI. Having been raised in one of the preeminent construction and development families in the country, Kevin has learned all facets of the craft from the ground up. As Founder and Principal of NEI, Kevin has been instrumental in building NEIâ€™s impeccable reputation with clients as a full service construction company.
EACH DAY AT NEI
NEI is built on an exceptional team of dedicated of professionals. Each member of our team brings vast experience in construction types from small scale specialty projects to large scale developments worth hundreds of millions of dollars. With diverse construction backgrounds, in multi-family housing, commercial developments, institutional projects, and historic restorations, our team has the experience and capacity to successfully deliver any project type or size.
steve joncas senior project manager
donna clough Project administrator manager
matt smyka senior project manager
brandt wajda project executive
bernie wat estimator
maRISA SOMERS senior project manager
bill young general superintendent
Jaclyn teixeira Director of Risk Management
REPEAT CLIENTS NEI is founded on providing quality projects through excellent customer service. We are committed to providing our clients the most efficient and highest quality construction projects available in the market. Key to this approach is balancing the projectâ€™s programmatic and design intent with the available budget and schedule objectives. At all times, NEI is watching out for both the Ownerâ€™s bottom line as well as the finished product. Through this approach, we have developed many long-term relationships with our clients. The majority of our business is new collaborations with existing, satisfied clients.
240 units | $55.1 Million The Neighborhood Developers Chelsea, MA
PROJECTS Box Works Janus Highlands Homes Spencer Green Spencer Row Highland Terrace CONNECT Center Walden Fire House 525 Beach Street North Bellingham Veteranâ€™s Housing / SRO 158-162 Shawmut Street 189 Broadway
TYPE New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction Addition Historic Conversion New Construction Historic Conversion
UNITS 26 41 18 32 32 7 32 9
COST $6.7 Million $7.5 Million $9.6 Million $5.9 Million $6.5 Million $872,000 $1.4 Million $6.4 Million $1.6 Million
New Construction New Construction
$906,000 $7.8 Million
612 units | $69.7 Million First Resource Development Company
Norwell, MA PROJECTS City View Commons City View Commons II Concord Heights First Resources Development Headquarters Outing Park Outing Park II
TYPE Mod Rehab Mod Rehab Mod Rehab Renovation
UNITS 152 144 104 -
COST $ 12.2 Million $13 Million $13 Million $971,770
Mod Rehab Mod Rehab
$13.3 Million $17.3 Million
300 units | $27 Million Home Ownerâ€™s Rehab, Inc (HRI) Cambridge, MA PROJECTS Inman/CAST II Apartments Chapman Arms Putnam Green Putnam Square
TYPE Mod Rehab Mod Rehab New Construction Mod Rehab
UNITS 116 50 40 94
COST $ 6.7 Million $4.1 Million $10.5 Million $5.7 Million
Urban Edge Limited Partnership
414 units | $38 Million Urban Edge Roxbury, MA PROJECTS Urban Edge Limited Partnership LBB Apartments Jackson Commons Wardman Apartments Phase II Walnut Washington
TYPE Mod Rehab
COST $ 7.3 Million
Mod Rehab New Construction New Construction
103 152 12
$8.4 Million $12.2 Million $3.4 Million
Flats At 44
239 units | $45.4 Million Mitchell Properties LLC
Boston, MA PROJECTS Cable Mills Atlas Lofts The Marais The Flats At 22 The Flats At 44
TYPE Conversion Conversion Conversion New Construction New Construction
UNITS 82 53 8 50 46
COST $17 Million $7 Million $5.5 Million $8.9 Million $7 Million
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