I had the pleasure of visiting the Ron Burton Training Village (RBTV) last Wednesday as part of a gathering of donors and sponsors at their campus in Hubbardston, MA. Ron…
How, where, and when we work has changed so much over the past 18 months. Commodore is thrilled that even during a pandemic, our employees are increasingly happy to be…
Petroleum is one of the few construction markets currently shrinking in revenue. From a 2013 height of $59 billion, overall revenue has fallen to $23 billion in 2020, a…
The $20-million 69-71 A Street project is Boston’s first renovation and expansion to incorporate CLT and the first of its kind in the U.S.
Developers in Boston are vying for their projects to be the city’s premier showcase of mass timber construction, an increasingly popular building style that eschews steel for highly compacted wood.
On season 2, episode 5 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia welcomes Lisa Ulbrich, Vice President for Commodore Builders.
Commodore Builders and Stantec recently completed significant updates to the historic Long Wharf Custom House lock in Boston.
The project team utilized cross-laminated timber (CLT) to add two stories to an existing 1920’s era brick and beam building at 69 A St.
Commodore has announced an expansion of its substance abuse recovery offering to include all subcontractors and tradespeople on all job sites.
The new state-of-the-art Automated Guided Vehicle parking vault is the first of its size and complexity in Boston.