Product Spotlight Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeves sold by Allied Bolt & Screw

Looking for a quicker, easier method of final bolt alignment when installing heavy equipment and setting structural steel?

Made in the USA, Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeves are the cost effective solution to anchor bolt alignment problems and have been specified by engineers for use in nuclear power plants, paper mills, and large manufacturing facilities.

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied stocks the largest selection of Wilson Anchor Bolt Sleeves anywhere! Contact Us for more information.

Product Spotlight: Sink Clips - Allied Bolt & Screw carries the largest inventory of sink clips and hardware

Allied carries the following Sink Clips and Sink Inserts:

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied stocks the largest selection of sink clips and hardware anywhere! Contact Us for more information.

ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW
1020 TURNPIKE STREET CANTON, MA 02021 (P) 781-821-8870 (E) alliedbolt@gmail.com
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To our valued customers,

ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW is open for business!!!

The situation with the ever-expanding COVID-19 virus remains serious. Since ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW supplies products to the commercial construction network, we are considered an “essential business.” As such, we will keep our doors open to ensure you have the material you need to keep your own business operating.

This is how are we facilitating this, so that we all remain healthy :

THE FRONT DOOR WILL REMAIN LOCKED.

• Please call, email or fax your order in to us. You can also place your order on-line @ www.alliedbolt.com

We will check stock to make sure we have what you need, and advise you of such. If you are picking up your order, your order will be pulled, packed and left by our BACK LOADING DOOR with the packing slip in the box and your name on the outside. No signature will be necessary.
• We can also ship to you via UPS or freight carrier (for as long as they continue to operate).

Please stay safe and stay healthy. We all hope for a speedy resolution to this ongoing global pandemic. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to call or e-mail with any questions.

Sincerely your friends at ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW,
Neil, Fran, Arthur, Nelson

Product Spotlight- DRYWALL SCREWS

Available in both fine and course thread, plain, zinc galvanized and stainless steel, up to 6 inch length.

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied carries Drywall Screws and thousands of other products. Contact Us for more information.


Boston Construction News Accordia pitches ‘transformative’ Bayside Expo project in Dorchester

Reprinted from Boston Business Journal

Boston-based Accordia Partners has plans to build a 5.9-million-square-foot mixed-use development, including housing, office, lab and retail and restaurant space, at the Bayside Expo Center site and Santander Bank offices at 2 Morrissey Blvd. in Dorchester, according to a letter of intent filed Thursday with the Boston Planning and Development Agency.

The University of Massachusetts Building Authority, which owns the 20-acre Bayside site, tapped Accordia as the site’s master developer last year. The UMBA, Accordia and its capital partner Ares Management Corp. (NYSE: ARES) finalized a $235 million long-term ground lease last July. A month prior, the groups had acquired the 12-acre Santander Bank site for $235 million.

“In filing our Letter of Intent for the Bayside site and an adjacent parcel, we are delighted to move forward with a proposal that will enhance the Columbia Point Peninsula, create a number of positive community benefits, fulfill several important University of Massachusetts goals and strive to achieve unparalleled levels of inclusion in jobs, housing, education and training,” said Accordia’s Kirk Sykes and Dick Galvin in a statement.

Accordia plans to develop 3.5 million square feet at the Bayside site, and an additional 2.4 million at 2 Morrissey Blvd. Here’s how its development program breaks down, according to the letter of intent:

  • 1.46 million square feet of residential development, or about 1,740 new housing units
  • 4.006 million square feet of “office, research and development, life sciences and/or academic uses”
  • 155,000 square feet of “ground floor retail/restaurant/cultural/civic space”
  • 13.6 acres of publicly available open space
  • “A new system of roadways, pedestrian walkways and bicycle paths”

“The 2 Morrissey Boulevard property is anticipated to be redeveloped in a later phase of the proposed project, after the existing tenant’s lease has expired,” the development team wrote in the letter of intent. The Business Journal has previously reported that Santander’s lease at 2 Morrissey Blvd. extends through June 2020, with an option to renew. It’s unclear whether Santander and Accordia have plans to renew the lease. A Santander spokesperson was not immediately available for comment.

At nearly 6 million square, Accordia’s Dorchester plans represent about half the size of Boston’s Seaport submarket, and is equivalent to all of the office and lab product added to that neighborhood since 2006, said Aaron Jodka, managing director of research and client services at Colliers International in Boston. It would be about 9% of the 66.5 million-square-foot office market of Boston’s central business district, said Liz Berthelette, research director at Newmark Knight Frank in Boston.

“We have participated in nearly 100 meetings with state and local officials, elected officials, neighborhood and civic organizations, community leaders, and other stakeholders in preparation for undertaking this transformative project,” Sykes and Galvin wrote in the March 5 letter of intent. “We have also sponsored two citizens’ charrettes in which we have received many thoughtful and constructive ideas from area neighbors and business people on the approach to planning, designing and developing this project.”

 


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Product spotlight- STRUCTURAL TENSION CONTROL (TC) BOLTS

A TENSION CONTROL BOLT(TC BOLT) is a heavy duty plain steel bolt used in steel frame construction. The head is usually domed and is not designed to be driven. The end of the shank has a spline on it which is engaged by a special power wrench which prevents the bolt from turning while the nut is tightened. When the appropriate torque is reached the spline shears off.

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied carries STRUCTURAL TENSION CONTROL (TC) BOLTS and thousands of other products. Contact Us for more information.


Boston Construction News- Another Boston parking lot inches toward redevelopment

Bay Village’s 132 Arlington Street has traded for $9.25 million to a well-known Boston developer—but it’s going to stay a parking lot for a bit longer

It’s one of the animating trends in Boston development now—the redevelopment of surface parking lots—and another such property is inching toward its second act.

New Boston Ventures, a South End-based developer well-known for such projects as Boulevard on the Greenway and the Lucas, has closed on its purchase of the 14,180-square-foot lot at 132 Arlington Street in Bay Village.

It’s unclear what will happen to the lot now, though it is likely to remain a parking lot for at least another year under its current lease. That is according to the Dartmouth Company, the brokerage that repped the lot’s seller, an affiliate of National Amusements, the holding company based in Norwood that includes the merged Viacom and CBS.

“The level of interest from high-quality buyers with creative plans for the development of this site was impressive,” Dartmouth executives David Smookler and Peter Considine said in a statement.

As far as its fate, New Boston Ventures’ Lucas was a 36-unit condo conversion of a former Catholic church in the South End, and its Boulevard on the Greenway, which replaced a four-story building and a 19th-century warehouse, also had 36 condos. So residential does not seem out of the question. New Boston has not responded to a request for comment.

Meanwhile, Boston surface parking lots—big and small, open to the public and otherwise—continue to disappear beneath new developments. This is true of Back Bay, where a five-story retail and office complex is slated for a Newbury Street lot and in Fort Point, where part of an old Gillette lot is due to become a major mixed-use complex with lots of lab space. And on and on.

Part of the trend due to the sheer value of the land—the lots’ owners are cashing in on a booming Boston. The Newbury Street lot—all of one-third of an acre—went for $40 million, for instance.

The other is due to changing parking norms, especially in downtown Boston. The introduction of Uber, Lyft, et al, in recent years has disrupted how those visiting and moving through Boston get around by car, and public policy has swung decidedly against maintaining sweeps of parking at the expense of other uses.


Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied carries thousands of products. Contact Us for more information.


 

Product Spotlight- CARRIAGE BOLT GR 8 ZINC YELLOW

Round head bolt with a square neck under the head, and a unified thread pitch. The Grade 8 Carriage bolt is made from medium carbon alloy steel and heat-treated. It has the same design advantages as a Grade 5 Carriage Bolt, but with greater load carrying capacity.

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied carries CARRIAGE BOLTS GR 8 ZINC YELLOW and thousands of other products. Contact Us for more information.


 

Boston Construction News

 Reprinted from Curbed Boston

Construction on the multi-building Washington Village project near the Red Line’s Andrew Square stop in the Dorchester-South Boston borderlands could start by this summer, according to a recent presentation from the development team.

That presentation follows major tweaks to the plans, which the Boston Planning and Development Agency approved in January and which added dozens of apartments while subtracting one building.

Washington Village will now have 214 apartments instead of 124 and seven buildings total instead of eight—in part via making the apartments smaller. Those dwellings are now due to be in one building instead of two.

Recall that a development team that includes prolific Boston builder Samuels & Associates has been planning Washington Village for several years. Properties that were on the 4.89-acre parcel at 235 Old Colony Avenue—mostly one- to two-story industrial and commercial buildings—have been demolished; but construction has yet to start.

The site also includes a former surface parking lot, making the planned development part of an ongoing trend in Boston of redeveloping such parcels.

There have been other changes besides the number of rentals and buildings. The Prellwitz Chilinski Associates-designed Washington Village is now due to have 746 condos and apartments total in buildings as high as 85 feet (the previous peak was 70). And it’s due to have 82,400 square feet of retail (previously, there was supposed to be 99,000), and some 663 parking spaces instead of 648.

The developers are also planning public plazas connected by new streets, including new open space along Tuckerman Street to better ease Washington Village into the existing neighborhood. The developers would also plant 120 new trees, and provide space for the South Boston Historical Society.

The first phase of Washington Village is due to be that 214-unit apartment building. The rest come later. Stay tuned.


Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied is Boston’s top provider of Hot Galvanized Anchor Bolts, Rods, Studs, Nuts, Washers and 1000’s of other products. Contact Us for more information.

Product Spotlight-COLD GALVANIZE

ZRC Galvilite Galvanizing Repair Designed specifically for field and shop repair of hot dip galvanizing; Silver finish closely blends in with the color of new hot dip galvanizing; Meets and exceeds galvanizing repair specifications ASTM Des. A 780, SSPC-Paint 20 and DOD-P-21035A; Industry-leading 95% zinc in the dried film Single-component; Apply by brush, roller or spray; Meets VOC standards in all 50 states

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Allied Bolt and Screw Corporation, a Small Business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Richard ‘Dick’ Goldberg, has been building strong relationships since 1961 with an expansive quality inventory, exceptional service and highly valued customer appreciation. Allied carries ZRC COLD GALVANIZE and thousands of other products. Contact Us for more information.