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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 Pan Head, Flat Head, Oval Head, Hex Head Cap Screws and more plus thousands other products. Contact Us for more information.

Reprinted from  Construction Drive

Dive Brief:

  • Construction is now underway on a $1 billion life science campus built on an air rights deck over the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston.
  • The Fenway Center project at the city’s western edge features more than 960,000 square feet of state-of-the-art life-science buildings with approximately 10,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Construction of the life science buildings on top of the deck will be completed in early 2025.
  • The project will create 2,000 construction jobs, 3,000 permanent new jobs and is expected to generate more than $15 million in new annual tax revenues for the city, according to a release from developers IQHQ and Meredith Management.

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Construction of the deck over the heavily traveled section of Interstate 90 known as the Massachusetts Turnpike between Beacon Street and Brookline Avenue will be the largest air rights structure built in Boston since Copley Place in 1980, the release said, and will take approximately 24 months to complete.

The deck construction phase will require closures of a single east and west bound travel lane and additional late night lane closures to accommodate the construction of the deck and building foundations.

IQHQ will employ an outreach and communications campaign to keep the public up to date that will be available at the project website, www.BuildP7.com, and via virtual public meetings. The website will provide forward-looking information for two-week periods about the construction schedule and travel impacts. Users of the site will also be able to register for regular email updates. Additional information will be shared with motorists through a Real-Time Traffic Management system.

Once completed, the project near Fenway Park will also include approximately 1.6 acres of landscaped green space connecting Brookline Avenue, Lansdowne Station and Beacon Street. The park will include a large plaza and a roughly 700-foot-long public pedestrian walkway along with art and exhibition spaces dedicated to the history, achievements, heroes and impacts of the life sciences and public health sectors.

“Fenway Center creates a direct connection between premier life science, research, academic and medical districts at the gateway to Boston. It also reunites several of Boston’s iconic neighborhoods after more than 100 years of separation caused by railroad tracks and the Mass Pike,” said John Bonanno, chief investment officer of IQHQ.

The first phase of the project, the mixed-use Bower development, opened last fall. Comprised of two buildings — an eight-story, 100-unit mid-rise and an adjacent 14-story, 212-unit tower — Bower offers a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. The general contractor on that part of the project was Moriarty, according to its website.

New details also emerged this month on a major life sciences building in Philadelphia. The first phase of the Navy Yard project includes the $400 million development of two advanced life sciences buildings, with significant residential and hospitality initiatives. When finished, the site in South Philadelphia will encompass more than 1 million square feet of life sciences space.

Public and private developers will transform the former military base into a mixed-use community of approximately 3,000 residential units, offices, hotels and retail space, creating thousands of jobs, both construction and permanent, the development team said.

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A tubular device, tapered from top to bottom, with a countersunk lip at the top end, a deep cutting thread around the outside of the anchor body, and a tapered end at the bottom designed to puncture and drill a hole in drywall. This anchor drills its own hole in, and works in any thickness of drywall, without tearing the paper coating. It can easily be backed out of its hole with a #2 screwdriver bit. It’s designed for use in lightweight applications, such as curtain hardware, small pictures and lightweight signs. It should not be used for overhead applications.

  • Anchor splits and grips for strong hold
  • An audible click will indicate the anchor is secure
  • No pre-drilling necessary, installs with #2 Phillips screw driver

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We carry both Pleated Blue Disposable Face Masks and N95 NIOSH Approved Particulate Respirator Face Masks.

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Boston Construction News- Dozens of new buildings to begin construction across Boston this year

Reprinted from  BU News Service

BOSTON — From the southernmost section of Hyde Park to the northside of East Boston, permits for nearly 40 new buildings have been awarded by the city this year already, according to city-data.

Of those 37 projects, roughly three quarters will have some kind of residential element.

Boston, like other major U.S. cities, has already faced housing shortages and rising prices for years. The pandemic has since made waves in the market, as people have sought bigger houses to spend more time in while landlords struggle with rent eviction moratoriums.

Overall, the city has approved over 9,000 permits this year, wracking up almost $42 million in application fees.

The number of permits approved in the last three months is a 15 percent decrease from the same period last year. October 2020 saw the most approvals with over 4,000, while April saw the least, at over 900.

The neighborhood with the most approvals is Dorchester Center. West Roxbury saw approvals for the most new construction permits.

The new buildings approved this year have a total declared value of over $120 million.

The project with the highest declared valuation so far is a 330,000-square-foot building in Seaport, with 783 residential units, commercial and retail spaces and a parking garage. The project is valued at almost $500 million. Construction has already been completed.

Three permits have been filed where the city of Boston is listed as the owner. City-owned properties fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Neighborhood Development. While selling property to developers, the city considers whether the market and the community support development.

Some of these projects are managed by the Department of Neighborhood Development. Others are managed by the Boston Planning & Development Agency, which is a “self-sustaining” planning and economic development agency for the city.

Active projects on land owned by the city are sorted into housing, open space (such as community gardens), commercial space and “to be determined” areas. Over 150 of these projects are currently active, according to the Department of Neighborhood Development “Building Housing Map.”

The Boston Planning & Development Agency also maintains a map of development projects. One such project — a property in Dorchester owned by the city — is being turned into 41 affordable apartment units with ground-floor retail.

Of the permits granted last year, roughly three quarters remain “open,” meaning construction has not finished. Permits last for six months and may be extended for an additional 180 days.

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ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW carries 7 different head styles of SHEET METAL SCREWS and over 5,000 different sizes from #4 through 3/8” diameter through 6” length, available in STEEL, STAINLESS and ALUMINUM.

A Sheet Metal Screw, often referred to as a Self-Tapping Screw, is a thread forming screw with spaced threads and a gimlet point.

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ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW carries over 20 different styles of DRYWALL SCREWS and DECK SCREWS in over 6,000 different sizes through 8” length available in STEEL (Black, Zinc and Galvanized) and STAINLESS STEEL (18-8 and 316, Sharp Point and Type 17 Point).

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SELF-DRILLING SCREWS from Allied Bolt

ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW carries over 15 different head styles of SELF-DRILLING SCREWS in 4 different drill point sizes and over 8,000 different sizes from #4 through 3/8” diameter through 8” length available in STEEL, STAINLESS and ALUMINUM.

A Self-Drilling Screw, often referred to as a ‘Tek’ Screw, is a tapping screw with spaced threads and a drill point which drills its own hole.

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ALLIED BOLT AND SCREW carries over 12 different head styles of MACHINE SCREWS and over 8,000 different sizes from 0/80 through ½-13 diameter through 6” length, available in STEEL, STAINLESS, BRASS, NYLON and ALUMINUM.

A Machine Screw is a straight shank fastener with external threads designed to go through a hole or nut that is pre-tapped to form a mating thread for the screw.

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