A New Home Is Where the Art Is

Excitement is simmering in Boston, Massachusetts’s art circles, as beloved Boston Arts Academy looks forward to life in a beautiful new home. The academy has served Boston since 1998, all the while producing many of Boston’s present day luminaries in visual arts, music, dance, theater, and fashion technology.

Boston Arts Academy

Building for the Future

As every construction company knows all too well, even the best-planned projects do not always go according to schedule. Weather is not always on your side, and working in occupied spaces requires a high degree of safety and can be challenging, especially on educational works. Strong leadership and finding solutions to these and other obstacles sets professionals apart from the competition.

Tyler Heights Elementary School

New Developments in a Small Town with Big Ideas

Eighteen miles outside Boston, big makeovers are bringing a small town’s police station and firehouse up-to-date in safety and function. Charming Needham, incorporated in 1711 and with a present-day population of about 31,000, boasts historic buildings, winding roads, friendly neighbors and green space – and far-sighted residents.

Town of Needham Public Facilities Department

Reaching New Heights in Sustainable Building

As one of California’s most respected full-service construction companies, BCCI Construction Company’s philosophy spans well beyond project completion. The company is best known for forming long-lasting partnerships with clients like Adobe Systems, Google, Stanford University, Cisco Systems, and numerous other Fortune 500 companies.

BCCI Construction Company

Celebrating a Century of Collaboration

At the foot of a construction site, Dirk Griffin, Chief Executive Officer of Pinner Construction, is shaking hands with a front-line employee in muddied boots and a yellow hard hat. Most onlookers would assume this was a special occasion, perhaps a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Pinner Construction

Lighting the Way, Leading the Field, Saving Customers Money

Construction Electrical Products (CEP) has been a leader in the field of temporary power and portable lighting since the 1970s, surfing the massive technological changes that have swept the industry, from incandescent to LED. CEP serves The United States and Canada from its 48,000 square foot headquarters in the Northern California City of Livermore.

Construction Electrical Products

Daring New Ideas for Infrastructure Repair

It is no secret that infrastructure in North America is, on the whole, long overdue for repairs and renovation. Many of our buildings and bridges are reaching the end of their lifecycles, requiring work to keep our world moving. However, in Tucson, Arizona, a dedicated cadre of engineers is creating revolutionary building materials with fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP). With this remarkable material, QuakeWrap Inc. hopes to strengthen both old and new infrastructure and make carbon fiber more commonplace in modern construction.


Portable Heating Solutions – When and Where You Really Need Them

One of the fundamental instigators of a healthy economy is a strong construction industry. In the United States, the construction industry is anticipated to grow by eleven percent between 2016 and 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

L.B. White

Power and Integration

Anderson Industrial Engines, known to most clients as AIE, distributes engines, electrical generators, parts, power units, and more from the world’s leading manufacturers. AIE represents well-known brands such as Kubota, JCB, American Honda, the Ford Motor Company, and Fiat Powertrain Technologies. The company’s products are almost exclusively destined for off-highway equipment, with customers in related industries including construction, agriculture, and equipment rental as well as those needing pumps or generators.

Anderson Industrial Engines

60 Years of Success

In 1959, an entrepreneur, Marvin Johnson, saw an opportunity with a new industrial product that bridged the gap between trucks and warehouse docks, as transportation was moving from railways to over-the-road trailers. He knew his customers would need this product and his company could be the one to provide it. In 60 years the family has turned this insight into an industry.

Johnson Equipment Company

More Than Just a Trend

The construction industry is typically slow to evolve. Despite the existence of countless new innovations and technologies, and safer, better ways to do things, it is an industry where tried and true construction methods and long-accepted materials are seldom replaced by a new product or approach.

April 18, 2021, 8:51 PM EDT