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Boston Architects: 10 Best Multifamily Contractors in Boston

Boston Architects, August 2021 Boston Architects recently released their 10 Best Multifamily Contractors in Boston list highlighting Cranshaw Construction as one of the best firms. OVERVIEW The City of Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and one of its most populous and modern areas. It has served as

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Developer Breaks Ground on Union Square Labs, Housing

Banker & Tradesman, July 21, 2021 Author: Steve Adams The master developer of Somerville’s $2 billon Union Square urban renewal project broke ground this morning on the first phase of the 2.4 million development spanning 15 acres near the upcoming Green Line Extension transit project, where a

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NEREJ’s 2021 Women in Construction

Congratulations to Caitlyn Berube, Project Coordinator and Sandra Martinez, Assistant Superintendent, for being recognized by New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ) in the 2021 Women in Construction March Spotlight. Each year, NEREJ celebrates the outstanding women in the AEC industry, highlighting their outstanding contributions and

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Cranshaw Team Members Passive House Certified

Two members of the Cranshaw team, Project Manager Bryan Miller and Assistant Project Manager Evan Hall, recently became Passive House certified. One of the latest innovations in sustainability, Passive House is a standard for energy efficiency in a building which increases occupant comfort while conserving

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New Project Executive: Peter Cormier

In January of 2019, Peter Cormier joined Cranshaw Construction as a Project Executive for the Assembly Row project. Peter will spend his time overseeing Block 5B, a 14-story 615,000 SF mixed use office and retail building, and Block 8, a 24-story 525,000 SF mixed use

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New Leadership Team at Cranshaw Construction

Cranshaw is pleased to announce several organizational changes taking place in the next few months. Bob Lyons, Cranshaw’s President, will be retiring in early 2019.  For several years, Bob has been helping to plan for the succession of leadership within Cranshaw which will soon transition

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