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.
Wheaton College's Pine Hall is the first large-scale Passive House college residence hall in New England.
The Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions Were a Suburban Disaster. Questrom Alum Joe Albanese Led a Military Recovery.
In his 25-year career as an officer in the US Navy’s Construction Force, Joseph Albanese did tours in tough places, including Iraq and Afghanistan. He led battalions with hundreds of people who built bases, airfields, schools, and roads before going on to run an entire construction regiment in the Middle East. But none of those war zone operations, he says, proved to be as difficult as the one he led north of Boston in 2018.
The façade of a 19th-century Charles Bulfinch warehouse has become part of the residential entrance and lobby of The Boulevard, a 12-story luxury condo building.
A tucked-away Beacon Hill hotel with a medical past is transforming into one of Boston’s most luxurious places to stay.
Boston developers are turning to a small-scale building standard for sky-high projects in an effort to cut energy costs and build more sustainably.
Check out this time-lapse video of the construction of Wheaton College's Pine Hall, the first Passive House Residence Hall in New England.