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65 Allerton Street, Boston, MA 002119
Photography by Miami in Focus
About Suffolk Construction
Suffolk is a national enterprise that invests, innovates, and builds. Suffolk is an end-to-end business that provides value throughout the entire project lifecycle by leveraging its core construction management services with vertical services that include real estate capital investment, design, self-perform construction services, technology start-up investment and innovation research/development. The company is committed to continuous improvement using the most sophisticated technologies to process and deliver the highest-quality projects and service for clients. Suffolk manages some of the most complex building construction projects in the country, including Boston Logan International Airport’s Terminal B and C connector, Terminal E and ConRAC rental car facility, among other transportation projects.
The project below is PortMiami Terminal A which serves as the new cruise terminal for Royal Caribbean. At a size of 195,497 square feet, the project also includes an eight-story 461,053 square-foot parking garage. Suffolk successfully completed the project within an aggressive schedule to accommodate the arrival of two Royal Caribbean cruise ships which are among the largest in the world.
Corderman & Company
9 Channel Center Street, Suite 400, Boston, MA 02210
About Corderman & Company
Established in 2002, the firm continues to improve its client-oriented approach with its dedicated team of over 80 employees coming from a number of different disciplines. Aside from its primary goal of exceeding expectations, the firm follows a straightforward process to avoid any unnecessary complexities, consistently resulting in a satisfied client. With nearly two decades in the business, Corderman & Company has fostered various relationships with past clients, architects, engineers, and vendors that aid them in maintaining the firm’s status as an established firm in Boston.
Pictured above is the Stanley Black & Decker project at a size of 5,600 square feet. The space is known as the Stanley Security Futures Innovation Factory, which is an integral part of the company’s initiative to promote technology through research. Key features of the project include natural wood tops for each workstation, installed pull-down power strips from the ceiling, and a working lab environment with specialized equipment. The firm also provided numerous office spaces, conference rooms, lounge areas, and phone rooms.
International Builders Inc.
561 Boylston Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02116
About International Builders Inc.
A family-owned firm, International Builders has been in the business for the past three decades, serving the greater Boston area. Its dedicated team of builders and managers maintains high standards and offers the firm’s clients quality projects. As a result, the firm has received a variety of referrals, and it continues to expand its connection with Boston’s business community.
A commercial project International Builders completed is this jewelry store in Newbury, Boston. Classic mahogany wood creates a vintage appeal from the outside. The vibrant interior includes bright lights, white-colored walls, and wooden displays with glass covers. A traditionally designed retail store was the primary goal for this project, and the selection of mahogany wood is a classic material capable of creating a vintage appeal.
35 Batchelder Street, Boston, MA 02119
About Haycon, Inc.
The Haycon team operates its construction process using passive house building methods, reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable practices to enhance a project’s space. Under the leadership of Patrick Haydon and David Bemiss, the firm has generated a diverse portfolio. That portfolio includes numerous projects: commercial retrofits, residential developments, and remodeling projects. The company’s 15 years of experience makes the team a reliable firm that continues to establish itself as a top commercial contractor in Boston.
Situated in Boston’s college area, Root Cafe was established to promote environmental consciousness and to provide locals with a comfortable space to congregate. Wooden tables, black seats, and yellow lighting offer the customers a rustic, relaxed atmosphere that local college students enjoy. Intricate detailing and modern design solutions comprise the cafe’s warm appeal and highlight its vegetarian fare.